From website design - with clients including jeweller, Stephen Webster, high street shops, journalists and artists - to 15 years administration of the British Ski Academy, Dominic Erskine brings camera experience from earlier studies and other skills developed as a published writer to videography, and audio recording. And promoting a lovely holiday let in Cornwall.
Editing with Affinity and Premiere Pro
Audiobooks, ad hoc voiceovers
Holiday Rent and Family Video
Video work has brought me back to still photography and renewed interest in the arts of composition and technical wotnot. To keep tabs on the community, I’ve joined PHOTOCROWD’s friendly, competitive bunch: My photocrowd page here This rose simply photographed on a sunny day with a dark background.
Family Memento, though well-received in a dozen or so projects over the last 2 years, has not achieved lift-off and is now incorporated under the general heading, Video. We are still more than happy to make easygoing interviews with older family members, shining a light onto their lives and the general family face.
Simple video and stills caught on Saturday. The numbers were low but the occasion was a lot of fun and very tender: The ensuing film is an ad hoc success with happy faces and a few tunes, the groom says Mrs P is beaming.
King David Horns
A good first session recording Dave Andrews’ riffs for new tracks with video arranged by George & co. I’m delighted to be rubbing shoulders with the Ska set and SoloMento
With any video we can add narration, the long haul example here is my first work in audio books, and accordingly much compressed and denoised, still, a 19th Century religious essay, beautiful in part, with sample here
My ideal customer, when I’ve found her, is a parent, between 44 and 55, with a couple of youngsters, work, a few lines into social media and she does her bit to keep the family together. I’d say she deserves more praise than she gets, but takes life in her stride, how else would she Read more about Marketing[…]
wingspur est 2001
wingspur.com, pinned up in 3 days 18 years ago, a mixture of dreamweaver and fooling around with html – when will with the software catch up??