I was supposed to give a lecture on the Chronography exhibition that I think is still hanging at the Monterey Museum of Art, but Covid-19 intervened and I had to cancel it. As s sort of substitute, I took my PowerPoint slides and narrated about what I would have said into Adobe Audition, then put the two together with Adobe Premiere Pro. Kind of overkill, but those were the tooks I had.
Here’s the whole thing:
If you have and questions or comments, I’ll be happy to respond to them here.
Gerd Peters says
Thank you for your nice lecture. It makes a big difference for me to hear your thoughts about your pictures, rather than just seeing the pictures.
Rand Scott Adams says
Thanks so much for making and posting this video lecture. It was such a pleasure to see the exhibit in person in Montery, meet you, and hear a little about the various project series. The video brought it all home, so to speak, and has enhanced my enjoyment of and appreciation for your work.
Just wonderful . . .
I enjoyed the presentation very much. I have studied your photographs on your web site and like them a lot. They were intriguing and interesting but sometime I was a bit puzzled about your intent and methods. The presentation was very illuminating and now I enjoy the photography even more. Some of your techniques really caught my attention. I hope you don’t mind if I steal them.
Robert Kuechle says
Enjoyed your video. The “magic” that long and multiple exposures create is fascinating. I have been using the multiple exposure function of Nikon. 10 frames that the camera combines to make “Impressionist” images. Also long exposure with Leica M10, and camera motion. So much fun