Category Archives: Video Editing

National Grid: They know how to wire up the lights

Recently, the National Grid have torn down a couple of buildings around the corner from us in an old industrial estate. They want to build a tunnel for some more electricity cables to ensure future supply in our neighbourhood.

Every month they seem to overtake yet another building, which leads me to believe they’re actually on a secret mission doing something dodgy.

Yesterday we had a midnight wander around the area, testing the lowlight performance of our new iPods and compare it to my recent acquisition of a key fob camera (which records HD footage for under £30) when we spotted the National Grid sign on another door. And some ironic flickering lights behind it.

Dodgy mission? For sure!

The VIENETTA Challenge – Part 1

Ray and Andy had this silly idea after lunch: which one of them could eat more VIENETTA? Find out in the biggest ice cream eating competition on Brighton Beach, coming this fall. Sponsored by Wall’s.

I actually did this a few days ago and forgot to post it here. Shot shortly before we split that day, then edited on iMovie and uploaded to YouTube – all from the iPad.

The Message in a Watermelon and Sunglasses

I’ve shot some video with my Harinezumi camera when we were in Miami a few weeks ago, and I finally got round to editing it. Julia even dusted off my old electric piano so I could give it a personal soundtrack too.

This video has a bit of a story which I’ll explain below – it has to do with a watermelon I found one morning at the beach. It was battling against the tide so I stepped out and rescued it.

Turns out it there was a MESSAGE inside…

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