Soup for a Year

11/10/2009

Mushroom soup: It’s good!

Filed under: Controversy,David,Dinner,video — David @ 9:33 PM

I had already eaten the soup in question before I had time to make the video, but here is a photo of it’s gray goodness before I ate it. (And yes, I know that using the flash washes out the colors and makes for crappy indoor photography. Why don’t you come over to my house and show me the quick and easy way to turn off the automatic flash on my camera?)

Whole Foods mushroom soup

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4 Comments »

  1. 1) on many cameras the flash is controlled by a button with a little lightning bolt on it.
    2) creative framing is the easiest way to make video interesting.
    j.

    Comment by jack t. — 11/11/2009 @ 5:56 PM | Reply

    • I briefly considered not approving your comment Jack. But I’m willing to be publically ribbed.
      In fact, my camera doesn’t have the handy lightning bolt. Instead, it seems to demand that I wind my way through a labyrinth of menus and settings to locate the switch. But I’ll figure it out.

      As to the video . . . completely guilt on that. Until I hire an intern/go-fer my videos will lack in subtlety.

      Comment by David — 11/12/2009 @ 2:26 PM | Reply

  2. no, that wasn’t criticism! it’s really a cheap trick of good filmmaking. i do it all the time.

    Comment by jack t. — 11/12/2009 @ 10:25 PM | Reply

  3. My comment comes across as far too harsh. Imagine me saying it sarcastically with a smile (honest)!

    Comment by David — 11/13/2009 @ 12:08 AM | Reply


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