Belton House, 35mm

Belton House, Rollei 35, Fujifilm Superia X-tra

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  1. I’m really enjoying the YouTube videos. Superia is on my lists of film to shoot and review too, but I think I’ll be waiting until spring before I dive back into color film. If you’ve got any advice for putting videos like this together I’ld love to hear it.

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    1. Thank you, Tobias

      I have tried to keep the video creation simple (so that it doesn’t put me off!).

      I choose my favourite shots in Lightroom
      I then use the Print module (where I add the size, border, margin) and export each photo as an image
      I import these into Wondershare Filmora where I have set up a reel with an intro and outro
      Each photo has the same transition applied and a view time of 5 seconds

      It takes about 30 minutes to create and upload each video which isn’t too arduous.

      I am really pleased to hear you enjoy the videos and I think they are a nice way of illustrating a collection without uploading lots of separate images.

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