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Old 1 Week Ago   #1
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A slideshow

Hey folks,

I started producing audio slideshows for http://theindependent.ca - an online periodical with a new editor who wants to do actual journalism (we've also been married for 20 years so as a friend pointed out I have no choice in the matter ) I will also publish them on my Medium page so if you are interested you can check out the first one here: https://medium.com/@bojanfrst/youll-...d-cd737da6e388
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I really enjoyed this. I agree that stills are wonderful used this way. One can linger on them, while video scenes slide by and are gone. A fascinating portrait very well presented.

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Thank you. I am so much looking forward to making quite a few more of these.
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Bojan, many thanks. I very much appreciate this style of communication as the ability to introduce voice adds a whole new dimension to a static photo or even series of such. I have been trying to integrate this into my work. My website has a few slide shows with related background music and text stories with integrated photos. But I am currently struggling with editing and the technical aspects of recording voice to track along with a slide show of photos. I may be contacting you off line for some ideas and suggestions.

Alex Webb's "crossings" about the US / Mexico border is the example I use as the benefit of your approach. I own the book. I have seen the prints in a museum presentation. Yet, his narrated slide show inmotion.magnumphotos.com/essay/crossings is by far my favorite mode as it conveys so much more.
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Bob, in my experience, with sound, like with photography, the equipment and the software do make a difference. A good recorder with a windsock and good software for editing go a long way. I really like Hindenburg for audio editing. It's fabulous. Journalist Pro version has everything you'd ever want (as part of my work I also produce a podcast) and they often discount it by 50% on World Radio Day (Feb 13). The recorders are like cameras, a balance of what feels right in your hand and price matters. I'd like to have a digital Leica and a Marantz recorder, but, you know, Olympus Pen F and a TASCAM seem to be working just fine Happy to chat off-line and share whatever useful experience I may have...

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Here is the second IndyShort just in time for the Valentine's Day:
https://vimeo.com/255711668
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Bojan, I will take you up on your gracious offer next week as I am getting ready to slip away to Cuba for a Valentine's Day getaway weekend. I have a good list of questions to lead off with.
Best contact is [email protected]
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