Creating videos to share is a fun thing to do. It might also be useful for your work, either to educate your clients or market your program. The videos you create can be posted on-line, burned to DVD to distribute, or shown to an audience at an event. Here are a few tips on how to shoot and edit.
[At the bottom I've linked to my YouTube channel where you can view some videos I've created. In fact, you may want to go there first to decide if reading what I have to say on the topic is really worth your time.]
This post does NOT cover the details of using specific image editing software. I have used both iMovie for Mac, as well as Windows Movie Maker. While the interface is different, they have basically the same functionality, and are targeted to the casual user. I'm sure there are other good options as well. You really just have to get in there and poke around to figure things out. Or I suppose you could actually, like, take a class. Or find an instructional video on-line!
Friday, October 3, 2014
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Smith
Sorry to hear you are having problems with your dogwoods. Thanks for sending the photos, very helpful! It looks like some of the major limbs have died. Three major possibilities come to mind to explain this type of dieback:
1. Dogwood borer. If so, you might see sloughing bark and small holes in the trunk and branches (for more information, see http://www.clemson.edu/
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Are you in search of some basic information on managing your farm pond? Or are you interested in building one on your property? Here are some resources for North Carolina residents that may be helpful.
Allows you to get a rough estimate of the area of your pond.
NCSU POND MANAGEMENT GUIDE
This document contains stocking information and fertility recommendations: