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GEP    863

I made a fun high-speed video of myself setting up my festival booth. I thought some forum folks might enjoy it and find it useful. Questions are welcome. And if anyone else wants to share their booth setup tips, please do! Spring and summer shows are just around the corner.

 

http://www.goodelephant.com/blog/fast-motion-booth-setup

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GEP    863

Nah, I don't care about website traffic. I didn't know how to embed it here!

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You don't need to do anything more than past the vimeo link into your post. Forum seems to do the rest. If that doesn't take you can use the media tags, or video tags.

[media]https://vimeo.com/211138074[/media]
[video]https://vimeo.com/211138074[/video]

Does the same thing.


I tried to add a size for the video so [media=1260,720]URL[/media] but that wouldn't work.

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oldlady    1,323

beautiful work and a very informative video.  how do you keep the cloth so clean and white?  is it done in your home or at a cleaners?

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GiselleNo5    464

This is great! I was going to ask about the wonderful shelving but then I saw that you had posted about them. Fabulous. :) 

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GEP    863

beautiful work and a very informative video.  how do you keep the cloth so clean and white?  is it done in your home or at a cleaners?

The fabric is machine washabale, I wash it all maybe twice a year. It's some kind of synthetic that won't hold any stains. I even spilled coffee on it once, and it washed right out.

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JBaymore    1,432

Fast motion?  And there I thought you were just VERY efficient.  ;)

 

best,

 

.................john

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bciskepottery    925

I've seen Mea set up . . . seems more like normal speed to me. (And how many Jack Reacher mugs were consumed in making that film?)

 

Now, how about a counterpart . . . packing up and taking down?

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GEP    863

A packing up video is a great idea! I'll see what I can do.

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Marcia Selsor    1,301

I like the enclosed section in the back and the graduated shelves really present your work well.

Marcia

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