Video Shoot of the Atlanta Aquarium in Georgia

Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta from Scott Fillmer on Vimeo.

It has been a busy weekend but I did have time yesterday to finish up the video segment of the friday feet post  (see Atlanta and the Georgia Aquarium // Friday Feet) on the Georgia Aquarium.  So, this would be the Georgia Aquarium video from our perspective as we went through the exhibits on Friday.  A combination of videography and photography narrowed down to just around 3 minutes.

I love video editing almost as much as photography but one super expensive creative skill was all I could put my time and effort into developing over the last several years and my video skills are a little more on the amateur side than my photography so bear with me.  I would like to say we shot this with a Canon XH-A1 3CCD HDV Camcorder 1080i HD 16:9 or something a little more professional but it was with our JVC GZ-MG130U 16:9 Everio (which is not a bad little camera if you are looking for the highest quality and the cheapest price).

Anyway, point is, I always try to produce the highest quality whatever I can, and at the moment, this is it.  I hope to continue producing videos just for the sake of my blog so be on the look out for more coming up.  So here is a quick video view of the Georgia Aquarium from our perspective. (By the way, you can click on the photo above to see the larger size, and those white specs in the image are actually food that was being dropped down for the Jelly Fish while we were filming.)  If you are reading this via RSS reader, you will need to open this post title above to view the video or view the video directly on vimeo.  Enjoy.

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