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I haven't captioned anything on any of the cheezburger sites for a few months now, but pictures I captioned ages ago still occasionally pop up on the various front pages, such as this one, which is the current front page of the "historic lols" site. 




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As some of you already know, I've been struggling to teach myself Final Cut Pro for a while now, and a new version has apparently just come out. Which I haven't tried myself, and hope I will not have to try for some time to come; I'm at an age where I hate learning new things!




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This is one of those videos that may not be on youtube very long as I'm sure the person who uploaded it is not the rights-holder, but the picture book in question - which is definitely not for kids! - is amusing, and I'll happily listen to Samuel L. Jackson reading anything.


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I think I captioned this picture more than a year ago, and then completely forgot about it until it appeared on the front page of icanhascheezburger.com today.




BTW, I noticed someone put a link to this video in the comments on the cheezburger site, so I'll add it here, too. :)




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For those who haven't noticed my update of an earlier post (with an embedded link to The Dealer's Club), it was shown at the Quickflick London screening on the 8th of June, 2011, where it won the Golden Quickie award. (Which means I've won some free courses and stuff, plus The Dealer's Club will be shown at Quickflick screenings in other countries.)




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Some of you may be aware I've been trying to teach myself Final Cut Pro off and on for a few months now, so - though the video below is funny - I must admit I also find the content very disturbing. Why oh why do they have to change Final Cut Pro just as I'm finally starting to get the hang of it?


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I haven't been captioning pictures on the cheezburger site for a while now - it had become an addiction, and I finally realised the only way to beat it was to go cold turkey - but they still dig an old one of mine out of the vaults every now and then.




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It's already old news, but it still made me giggle once or twice.
 
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This wasn't made for a 48 hour challenge, but it might as well have been. It was shot on my phone in a few hours on Saturday the 7th of May, 2011, in a desperate bid to make the 9th of May deadline for submissions to QuickFlick London on the theme of "Dealer."  

I spent all day Sunday editing it in Final Cut Pro (finally finishing it at eight o'clock this morning) and am once again completely exhausted and wondering why I always do these things in such a hurry. Anyway, here's my latest: written, directed and edited by someone who has absolutely no idea what they're doing.

I'm editing this on the 10th of June, 2011, to add that The Dealer's Club was shown at the Quickflick London screening on the 8th of June... where (guess what?) it won the top prize, The Golden Quickie!


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The last few weeks, every time I've seen that Heineken advert, I've thought: "What is that song?" And then I've promptly forgotten about it. 

Until the other day, when I finally got around to googling the bloody thing. It turns out the song on the Heineken advert is "The Golden Age" by The Asteroids Galaxy Tour.

The name of the band alone seemed like reason enough to embed the original music video here.


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 I shot this on my phone the other day. The sun was so bright I couldn't see what I was doing, so I just held up my phone, pointed it in the general direction of the undercroft, and basically shot blind, only discovering what - if anything - I'd shot when I got home and was able to watch it on the computer.

I'm going to have to go back sometime when it's a bit more overcast (and I can hopefully see what I'm shooting!) and - if I can overcome my shyness - maybe talk to some of the skateboarders and ask if I can shoot them properly. I think I may be turning into a skater girl. ;)




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Ah, the wonders of photoshop. I wish I'd done this, but alas I can't take the credit.




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 I rarely post my history front pages here these days, but I'll always make an exception for a clown. 




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I was at the Barbican yesterday, where I happened to spot some ducks casually strolling among the crowd of people enjoying the sun on the Lakeside Terrace. I thought they were kind of cute - the ducks, I mean, not the people! - so I shot a bit of video of them on my phone and edited it in Final Cut Pro. 




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And another one. ;)




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Another silly one of mine made the front page at Very Demotivational.


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My latest feeble attempt at editing. I shot this in the South Bank undercroft late on a Sunday night (after the skateboarders had all gone home and there was no one around except for one rather forlorn-looking hoodie). 


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A slideshow of photos of the start of the 2010 Gumball Rally in Pall Mall, London. (Basically just some snapshots taken on my old phone as I happened to be passing by, which I've finally edited together, nearly a year later!)



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I changed my "theme" over on livejournal, then tried to embed my latest cheezburger front page directly, but it still did the same old thing of cutting off a chunk of the right-hand side, so I don't know what the problem is. All I know is it's been going on for more than a year and a half now.

Anyway, here's the latest tiny triumph, posted as usual from dreamwidth.





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My latest cheezburger front page (though no cats this time):




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