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An Animated book, inspired by Barry Beckham. Thanks Barry
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Great images and I really liked the way you had made the transitions as book pages. The only thing I found distracting was the visible line in the spread out pages of the book. DaveG has made a bookstyle where you don't see the line in the spread out. I liked the music and bird sounds also very much and you bird images are superb.
Thanks for posting.
Thank you for your comments Bert, pleased you liked the sequence.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐Absolutely wonderful bird images. Captured from a boardwalk for the most part I assume.
I appreciate the work that went into producing the AV, but speaking only for myself, it didn't click with me.
I think you used the AV transition technically very well. But aesthetically, I am sorry, it did not catch my attention. I found it distracting. The constant timing, and having to wait for the bird(s) to straighten out put me off. The bird images themselves kept me there.
I have seen this page flipping approach used several times and I think it can work better when there is one image per page and with a border around it. The full two page spread, for me, didn't work for these pictures. Perhaps a few full two page spreads used throughout the show with the others being single picture/page might have been OK for me. (But then the images wouldn't have been as large and not as impressive.)
Maybe I am "old school" but if you had used simple fade transitions, slightly stronger music and variation in screen times and transition timing I might have offered a standing ovation.
Remember the above are just one person's thoughts, the person you need to satisfy is yourself. I don't always agree with feedback.
Thank you Jim R for your feedback, I'm pleased you liked the images if not the presentation. Many of the images were taken from hides at various places in the south east. I may try to do a sequence in my usual style at a later date. Thank you for your honest appraisal.