Sinamay Loops Fascinator / Corsage : Pleased with fascinator although the hair clip could be a

first_imgJust what l required for my outfit.It arrives flat but soon after a working day still left out of the box it goes into form by its self, terrific services and solution.Sinamay Loops Fascinator / Corsage with Feather Tendrils Set on Hair Clip and Brooch Pin.Sinamay loops fascinator / corsage with feather tendrilsPurple colourwaySinamaySet on 4.5cm beak style hair clip and 2.5cm brooch pinOverall size of fascinator is approx. 12cm without feather tendrilsVersatile item can be worn as a Fascinator or CorsageThe produst matched my expectations.Seriously like this fascinator but its not fairly the right shade of purple to go with my costume so have purchased an additional a single very perfectly packed so am dissatisfied its not the proper color thats the only motive i didnt give it 5 stars.Not very big, which is what i preferred. Also awesome colour purple and so realistic.Sinamay Loops Fascinator / Corsage with Feather Tendrils Set on Hair Clip and Brooch Pin. : This is the perfect colour to go with my outfit, very pretry, but was a little disappointed with the middle finish. But i got creative and added a few sparkles and it’s now perfect. Good starting fascinator if you are creative in making ingredients it more pretty. Delivery was extremely quick, came before estimated date which was brilliant. This is the best color to go with my outfit, really pretry, but was a little unhappy with the middle complete. But i acquired imaginative and additional a number of sparkles and it can be now excellent. Very good starting off fascinator if you are inventive in building components it extra quite. Delivery was particularly fast, came in advance of believed date which was brilliant.Arrived on time, excellent color.Just what l required for my outfit.Arrived on time, excellent color.Pleased with fascinator despite the fact that the hair clip could be a. Delighted with fascinator though the hair clip could be a minimal bigger . Just hope it can be likely to hold in my hair.It arrives flat but soon after a working day still left out of the box it goes into form by its self, terrific services and solution.Not very big, which is what i preferred. Also awesome colour purple and so realistic.The produst matched my expectations.I ordered fascinator on friday, it arrived on monday.I ordered fascinator on friday, it arrived on monday.Pleased with fascinator despite the fact that the hair clip could be a. Delighted with fascinator though the hair clip could be a minimal bigger . Just hope it can be likely to hold in my hair.last_img read more

Keeping Your Video Editing Projects Organized

first_imgKeeping a project clean and organized is essential. Spend less time searching for assets and more time editing. In this post, we share organization tips and a free project file.If you’re going to call yourself a professional, you should work like a professional. An insanely disorganized project is a nightmare, and ultimately reflects poorly upon you as en editor. We bring in freelancers pretty regularly at my office and if I’m given the choice to bring back a great editor who leaves a disaster of files and other mess in their wake or  a slightly less great editor who keeps things in order and under control you can bet I’ll choose the organized one every time. He or she makes it easier for me to quickly pick up the project for later revisions if necessary.In this post, I want to share a structure for  how I like to organize my video editing projects. This is an empty skeleton that I use as a basis for all projects, then fill-in as needed: Here’s how I use these bins, including the thinking behind them:The Audio BinGenerally, nothing goes in the top-level Audio folder. Everything should be sorted into the appropriate subfolder: Music, SFX (Sound Effects) or VO (Voice Over).The Edits BinSometimes labeled as “Sequences” by my coworkers, this bin should have the most current version of the project directly inside. Previous/outdated versions should be put in the Archive folder for reference if needed, but out of the way of the current version so that there’s no confusion if another editor has to pick up the project.The Selects bin is for timelines containing your top picks from the footage, organized by B-Roll, Interview (organized by interviewee, question/topic or lumped into one), Scene X, Y, Z, etc.The Footage BinAll project footage goes into here. If I have to sync audio and make merged clips, I typically make a Raw bin and a Merged bin within the Footage bin. Otherwise, I just break up by card, reel, day, subject – whatever makes the most sense for the project.The GFX BinThis bin is used for assets that aren’t based on footage and are generally computer generated: titles, adjustment layers, logos, lower thirds, motion graphics, etc.The VFX BinThis bin is used for assets that are based on footage, but aren’t raw footage themselves. An example would be a keyed and rendered green screen shot, a shot that’s had matte painting or wire-removal, etc. I also use this bin for things like film grain (Cinegrain, Gorilla Grain, et al.), lens flares, light leaks, etc.All I have to do to keep my project organized is drag to the right bin when I import my assets. Super simple. That structure covers the major things that I encounter in most projects, and I can add bins when I hit something new. Below is an example of how I’ve used these bins in a project. Click image for larger view.Organization should be a basic skill for any video editor. That said, I know a lot of editors just aren’t organized, no matter how much they want to be. It’s often due to laziness (they don’t want to take the time to make bins) or having such a tight deadline they don’t keep things organized during the video editing process.The best way to combat this tendency (whether you have that tendency, or a coworker or employee has it), is to take the majority of the work of out organizing your project. A blank project with these bins already in it is a great thing to keep handy. Just duplicate the project file for every new project and you’re all set up. All you have to do is watch where you drag.Quick Tip: If you’re working in a multi-editor office, take a screenshot of the bin organization structure and distribute it to every editor. Laminate it and post it up at every video editing station so that each editor will use the same structure throughout their edit.As a little time saver and incentive to keep you and your fellow editors sane, you can download a Premiere Pro CC project below with this bin structure already set up. As an added bonus, it comes set up with one of my favorite Premiere Layouts that I’ve worked up (assuming you have Premiere set to import workspaces). Happy editing![maxbutton id=”8″]last_img read more

The Path

first_imgThe path isn’t easy.Many want the results of following the path, but they aren’t willing to walk to path.Some will try anything to get the results that following the path provides—except actually following the path.Some will pay guides that promise to make the path easy, never realizing that the path is what it is; it can’t be made easy.Many will believe that the path isn’t worth following and seek instead to do something that requires less effort.The few that choose to follow the path will struggle. Some will spend themselves and fail on the path. Some will succeed and reap all of the rewards that following the path provides.But all who attempt to follow the path will be irrevocably changed for the better. Their lives will not have been wasted. Their efforts will not have been in vain.Following the path is its own reward. Essential Reading! Get my 3rd book: Eat Their Lunch “The first ever playbook for B2B salespeople on how to win clients and customers who are already being serviced by your competition.” Buy Nowlast_img read more