A dry flexi-rod set & my reflections

18 Nov


4 Responses to “A dry flexi-rod set & my reflections”

  1. Skills November 22, 2011 at 6:14 am #

    This looks soooo pretty! I want to try that this week, but I’ll have to wet my hair slightly or it won’t hold the curl (because my hair doesn’t tighten in humidity, it just drops and becomes a big cloud!). Technical question though … I know nothing about doing other videos other than clicking, “record!” How do you get those still photos into your videos? I’ve tried to figure out how to do it and can’t:(. I only find info about freezing a video screen shot. Is that what you did or is that a separate photo? Do you use a Mac?

    • Sham November 22, 2011 at 8:49 am #

      Thanks! I have a Dell laptop w/ Microsoft Office Suite. I use Windows Movie Maker to edit my videos. You just take video clips & pics from your computer files to make the “movie scenes”. It’s super easy; reminds me of a PowerPoint presentation.

      LOL @ the “cloud” phenomenon, sometimes my hair does that too. I call it black cotton, LOL!

      • Skills November 28, 2011 at 12:03 am #

        I have a Mac, but I figured out some things today! I added photos, merged two videos, cut out unnecessary footage and fast forwarded through slow segments! I need some music, but I’m so proud of myself that I was able to do all of those things for the first time! I used the internet, of course, but it wasn’t that bad once I figured out what I was doing.

    • Sham November 28, 2011 at 12:46 pm #

      Good for you! What program did you use? I’ve been looking to try something new.

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