Bear wrote on 6/6/2003, 8:18 PM
If you are down this way come on over The latch string is always out. We have people dropping in from all over the place to visit. Where I don't get out much visitors are looked forward to. Speaking of the mountains, foliage, I thought I had been around forever but picked up a new one last year a "enhancing" filter that really brings out the reds and oranges what a difference it makes. I have been a still photographer for many many years and must be dumbcause I never saw one before. Never to old to learn I guess.
mrrobot wrote on 6/6/2003, 8:30 PM
Aiken, SC, USA
Check us out in "In Search of America" by Peter Jennings. Apparently our "Naked Grandma" calendar and the never ending "Evolution vs. Creationism" debate got us featured in the book.
clearvu wrote on 6/6/2003, 8:37 PM
This has got to be the fastest growing thread I've ever seen!
willphil wrote on 6/6/2003, 9:15 PM
Mitchell, Indiana (USA) where nothing much ever happens. It's nice to visit with so many people from around the world.
Sab wrote on 6/6/2003, 10:17 PM
La Salle, Illinois. Even further out of the Chicago burbs than Billy Boy.

JohnnyRoy wrote on 6/6/2003, 11:01 PM
I live north of NYC.

24Peter wrote on 6/6/2003, 11:06 PM
Beverly Hills, Calif. (orig. from LI/NYC area)
MDVid wrote on 6/6/2003, 11:06 PM
Boise, Idaho (Not Iowa)
AlohaMike wrote on 6/6/2003, 11:14 PM
Dave, yeah...two or three. Some are lucky enough to get a year extension. I could get use to this, although I'm still trying to figure out how I'd come up with $500,000 for a house ;)
VOGuy wrote on 6/7/2003, 2:12 AM
Newport Beach, California

RBartlett wrote on 6/7/2003, 2:36 AM
North Worcestershire, England.
Grazie wrote on 6/7/2003, 3:48 AM
Hiyah RB:

Woah! Another UKer! I was starting to feel really lonely . . .

Visit London anytime? You a memeber of the IoV?

BWO wrote on 6/7/2003, 4:58 AM
Helsinki, Finland, Europe
simojo wrote on 6/7/2003, 6:23 AM
Greenville, SC
dat5150 wrote on 6/7/2003, 6:50 AM
rwsjr wrote on 6/7/2003, 6:51 AM
Home of the National Champions:

Columbus, OH
DavidPJ wrote on 6/7/2003, 7:03 AM
Cleveland, Ohio.

Nice to see folks from Columbus, Toledo, and Twinsburg! Anyone else from Ohio?
FuTz wrote on 6/7/2003, 7:18 AM
Montreal, Québec, Canada, Earth
Home (among other Québec's cities/towns/villages) of World Renowned "poutine" !
(and I'm NOT talking about some political character here..!)
organism_seven wrote on 6/7/2003, 6:23 PM

Liverpool, England.
The winner of European Capital of Culture 2008.


Lawrence_S wrote on 6/7/2003, 11:27 PM
Hi fellas,

I own a project studio in Brazil (S. Paulo city).

The website doesn't have an english version, yet. But the flash intro is nice :)
BobMoyer wrote on 6/8/2003, 10:04 AM
Just a hobbist from Newark, Delaware

RBartlett wrote on 6/8/2003, 12:46 PM
Hi Grazie,
No need to feel lonely Grazie with this forum. Keep Vegas secret so you can make more money in the time you have.

I just dabble with computer video. Outside a non-artistic office job, and whilst not being totally family oriented.

SDMoore is in Newbury, even closer to you in Wimbledon than I.
I don't really go to the smoke for more than the office-job's meetings. Besides I find the web the best (street cred) place to talk about cameras and computers ;). The Australian and Canadian following is significant, if that helps your isolation? If that is pertinent these days...

Your fellow Blighty - Vegas videographer...
BrianStanding wrote on 6/8/2003, 12:46 PM
Madison, Wisconsin, home of Sonic Foundry.
RBartlett wrote on 6/8/2003, 1:10 PM
Oh, I do receive the IOV Focus magazine, but only tempter samples.
I've been to the show at the motorcycle museum twice, but not this year. I'm not an IOV member, I'd like to be, but it is too expensive for my interest level.

The last two years I was looking for what would go in place of Vegas Video 3.0c and anything smart that could be bolted onto Premiere (like Matrox or Canopus products).

I'm settled with Vegas4, NewTek/TvPaint Aura, DVDA, DVDLab1.1 and the odd flick through the samples of IOV's Focus.