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Please consider including the type of mobile device used in your videography.

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Hello Marty,

You've prompted me to begin to revisit some of my old low-res phone videos, and remember why I like them - very much from a painters perspective. When I've got time, I'm going to trawl through more, but I picked out some stills and "enhanced" them on Photoshop to bring out more of my painterly interest.

These are very abstract - not all of them are - and from my train ride commuting to art-school past a place called Heanor, which has been the focus of much of my "field studies", as you probably know.

Actually, I fed these into my iPad to work on - “Übermalen” as they say - and they're looking promising - so thanks for reminding me!

Thanks for posting, Mik. I remember your cell-phone videos as dreamy, living landscapes, somehow historical and at the same time, futuristic. So yes, dig 'em out, and when you can, share 'em here. Much appreciated. Well wishes.
Yes, they need playing with - I should have a bit more time for such things in a couple of weeks or so - I'll keep you posted :)

Cheers, Mik


Marty McCutcheon said:
Thanks for posting, Mik. I remember your cell-phone videos as dreamy, living landscapes, somehow historical and at the same time, futuristic. So yes, dig 'em out, and when you can, share 'em here. Much appreciated. Well wishes.
Today I felt I could join your new group Marty because I made my first mobilephone video with my HTC desire:

Thanks for joining and posting, Jan! Hahaha! Jumping origami frog-self! Good fun! And congratulations- featured artist!
Thanks Marty, and congratualtions yourself, I saw Artreview posted one of your works on Facebook yesterday!
Ha! No kidding! Thanks for letting me know.
I was hoping to edit some of my old low-resolution cameraphone videos from an old Nokia, but it seems iMovie won't accept 3gp files. Does anyone know anything about 3gp converters?



Hehe. Rather than featuring footage taken with a mobile device, here the device is the subject.

 

I don't know about 3gp converters, Mik, but I had the same problem. I have since reset my mobile camcorder to record in the MPEG4 format.

Neat Marty!


And thanks - I got the problem sorted - I just need time to edit it all now :)
Marty McCutcheon said:



Hehe. Rather than featuring footage taken with a mobile device, here the device is the subject.

 

I don't know about 3gp converters, Mik, but I had the same problem. I have since reset my mobile camcorder to record in the MPEG4 format.

Marty I finally sussed out how to upload and convert video from my mobile phone.

Above Video is from my Nokia 6303 Classic model.

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