Do You Know How to Take a Video?

A slice of video for the Slice of Life Story Challenge for Day 14.

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8 February 2013: I still have the VVS here.

Taking photos and recording videos are just a click away now using one gadget: smartphone. My video camera with the hard disk that I bought years ago sits in the armoire now. During our vacation in Portugal back in January, I brought it. Did I ever use the camcorder? No. Did I record some videos? Yes. How? Using my phone.

A few days ago, as I was scrolling down my Twitter feed, I came across the tweet below.

After watching the video, I couldn’t help it but jumped into the conversation.

Because of this takeaway, I am not going to let this challenge be over without passing on the learning that took place in a matter of minutes with these wonderful #PLN, Alice Keeler, Phillip Cowell, and Josh Shepard connecting globally, sharing and laughing!

 

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9 thoughts on “Do You Know How to Take a Video?

  1. Donna Smith

    Back when I first got my iPhone – years ago – I remember that I took a VV. I only had to do that a couple more times by accident before I’d trained my self to turn the stupid phone! Great post!

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  2. Glenda Funk

    I’m constantly fascinated by the technophobia of many who are younger than I, but I readily admit that what I know about tech I learned from students. Anyone willing to use tech that’s unfamiliar to them deserve nothing but praise. Take whatever learning curve you need; I’m sure you’ve earned it!

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    1. Vilma Manahan Post author

      It’s so true. I guess it’s not really the age that matters when it comes to new learning but the willingness to get out of the comfort son and take risks.

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  3. mrssurridge

    This is great. I’ve already forwarded the video to a couple techies for their files. I just got a new phone that is capable of taking video…Now I know. (wink, wink) Thanks for the laugh!

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