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camperkilgore

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Posted: 05/09/14 09:00pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I posted this under the rv parks, campgrounds, and attractions, but I'll put it here also.

I've made some travel videos which some might find entertaining. They cover many of our rv travels to national parks in the U.S. Maybe some of you that are planning to go to some of these parks might enjoy what you might see when you go. My wife and I are retired now, and finally got to visit some of the places on our bucket list.

This link will take you to my album on vimeo where you can watch the videos, but they are pretty long videos so you can fast forward if you want. My wife and I really enjoy watching them and reliving our adventures: Best watched with headphones plugged in for the music, and you might have to take it off HD if the video does not play without stopping.
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Posted: 05/09/14 09:26pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thanks .......Dennis

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Just finished viewing in its entirety your Deserts of the Southwest. I am left speechless and in total awe. You are a true professional. Tell us more about your background as this was no amateur video. I'm looking forward to viewing the rest of your travel videos.


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Well, I haven't watched the videos yet but will in the morning. BUT I do have a question about something else. Ho do I import one of those cool maps that are colored in?? We just retired this year and are taking our first big trip end of this month but if I had a cool map I could color in Colorado,Nebraska,Wyoming, Utah,Idaho, Oregon





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sharibartling, how to add a map

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Posted: 05/10/14 05:57am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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Forum rules prohibit posting in multiple forums.......Dennis


My apologies,
I wasn't sure which category to post it under. Seems like I am always either doing something wrong or saying something wrong on RV.net. Kind of discouraging sometimes.

I edited the post in RVparks,Campgrounds, and Attractions to eliminate the multiple post. Hopefully that will suffice.

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outdoorlovers wrote:

Just finished viewing in its entirety your Deserts of the Southwest. I am left speechless and in total awe. You are a true professional. Tell us more about your background as this was no amateur video. I'm looking forward to viewing the rest of your travel videos.


Thank you very much,

No, I am definitely not a professional in video making. I just like to try to capture memories so that when we are too old to go anymore, we can relive some of the places we've been. I've been interested in photography for decades, and I have just in the past few years gotten into using video cameras. I've discovered that movies with music that adds to the feeling are better than still photos in a slideshow. It does take a long time to put all this together however. I have spent about a week editing and assembling some of the videos. We've been lucky to capture some interesting stuff, like the rutting elk at the rv park at the Grand Canyon, and the moose in the Colorado video. We spent a long time at Yellowstone, but never saw a moose, so we were very excited to get so close to the ones in Colorado, even if it did make me a little nervous.

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WOW!!! What great quality videos. Very nice!!


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What I especially enjoyed were your transitions from one scene to another. We've spent a couple summers in Yellowstone and were not able to view moose. However, in a blinding snowstorm, I saw them walking around in my daughter's front yard in Park City, UT!

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Thanks for using a monopod or tripod. Nothing worse than a shakey video

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