Climbing Huayna Picchu

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Climbing Huayna Picchu

Postby Magmatic » Sun Aug 16, 2015 3:41 pm

Back in May, seeing mariloucarino's video about Machu Picchu and climbing the Huayna Picchu mountain next to it, inspired me to revisit the show I made about my own Huayna Picchu climb last year with my sister's family.

My sister first climbed Huayna Picchu many years ago while visiting our brother, who was a short-term missionary in Peru at the time.

After I make a show, set it aside, and then watch it again at some later time, I often see things I would change. So, I have tweaked this show a lot, and, now I'm finished monkeying with it. (I have to stop!)

5:24, and not objectionable.

(The special font I use at the end is Belligerent Madness, from I found it on Font Squirrel.)

mariloucarino's original post:
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Re: Climbing Huayna Picchu

Postby sierra whiskey » Tue Aug 18, 2015 10:32 am

Hi David

i really enjoyed your show. It certainly looks like a magical place and it's great the health and safety police haven't ruined it with railings and the like, although it does look a bit scary in places.

thanks for sharing.


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Re: Climbing Huayna Picchu

Postby Marie78 » Tue Aug 18, 2015 2:33 pm

Hi David

This seem to have been a exciting experience climbing all together to see that place from a different point of view.

Thanks for sharing.
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Re: Climbing Huayna Picchu

Postby mariloucarino » Thu Feb 02, 2017 6:11 pm

Been away for a while, just watched your video. Wow! There are so many elements i like and to name a few --- the music in the beginning definitely set the tone ... anticipatory of something exciting and dangerous :) Throughout the video the music drew, held and kept my interest. How you pieced and joined together the different music is something i still need to learn and work on. Excellent scoring! The transitions were seamless, timing excellent.
Second, the pictures were awesome. Finally I especially love the ending, the photo of your sister then as a very young girl and then with her family ... a good story :)

Thank you for sharing this video.

marilou carino

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