So here you have it, my first attempt at a full length instructional sewing video. This is absolutely a low budget film. I did my best to squeeze every last bit of quality from my extremely simple equipment and I think I did a fairly good job.
I've never done any type of video editing before and this proved to take up most of the time. I used a trial version of Pinnacle Studio and found the program easy and fun to work with. I shot the video twice, once for each camera position so in the end I ended up with two garments and an hour of footage for each. Getting this cut down to under 30 minutes was my goal but I wanted to show each step without assuming someone would know to do the other side the same as the first.
I'll be interested to see what the reaction is? I've already got some ideas for my next attempt and I'm thinking of adding an additional camera so I can capture both camera angles at once.
I'm always grateful for critique, suggestions, requests, and anything else you want to toss my direction.
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