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This is the first of many CAR VLOGS which may move over to a site of their own. In general, it means pointing the camera at yourself as you drive and vlogging. It could mean pointing the camera out the window but that is generally discouraged as you tend to want to look where you are pointing and that is unsafe as you are driving.

Safety is an issue and some aspects are discussed in this vlog – click above to view.

As often as possible we will include background shots from the actual drive. Shooting pictures is much easier as it just takes a glance if that but if you are not the multitasking type then please do not do this from the driver seat. The pictures in this vlog posting are primarily of the Dundas and Hamilton portion of the journey to Oakville where I teach. The trip is about 40 minutes with very little traffic as I take the 407 toll road past the rush hour traffic. This will be where most of my car vlogging will come from as there is a backvlog of about 100 of these videos.

SUBJECT OF THIS CAR VLOG
This current and first published car vlog talks about car vlogging referred to here as car casting. It summarizes some previous ideas and works through some live ideas. It is a little scattered as discovery is taking place. It is not the most creative of sessions but it is a decent introduction to car vlogging or car casting.

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Finally a vlog… and you can say this too! I’ve been recording thoughts on video for about 5 years with the intent to post them online one day. Just recently a couple of hurtles have been removed for us all and now is the time of the Vlog!

This vlog entry deals with the issue of backvlog. If you let time pass you can lose conviction that what you recorded is correct or the best you can do… this leads to… well not posting it! So if you want to vlog, it might be best to vlog right away.

Future vlogs will introduce the technology and tools that overcome these long time hurtles to vlogging.

Thanks to Vimeo and Flickr

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