Images of video bloggers in June 2006.
Glimpses of Video Bloggers on retreat in San Francisco for Vloggercon 2006.
Directed by: Chris Weagel
Your use of simple video clips and the sounds of real life make great interesting videoblogs.
Also, who were the two at the end?
The bacon scared me, but the ketchup was funny.
I like that you know how to use a camera in a way that produces entertainment.
Never have I
so soundly slept
as the night I shared bed
Wow, that looked a helluva lot more relaxing than my weekend.
Great video Chris.
wow, that video was really good!! excellent job editing those beautiful shots together! and little Raymonde was in it! that’s really what made this video enjoyable to watch! oh boy, california video people and water and mountains!
that’s so interesting and funny at the same time, very afraid of not being there
This video is beautiful. I love the shots and the edits.Very cool to see the moments you captured. The end was a little scary but other than that an awesome video. Thanks for sharing!
This is adorable.
Beautiful Beautiful Beautiful ! ! !
Such oddities too. Men in groups. Has a certrain tribal quality to it at times.
Of all the Vloggercon Posts I like this one the best… Shoulda taken Sara with you dude!
hey, i saw you making that. this may be a first for me, in the videoblogging existance I’ve led…. what was that cool mechanical stuff at the beginning, after the first shot of Erik?
i love the arms into waves.
a new style of post for you. love it.
good to finally meet you.
looking forward to American King episodes.
Funny and cute, just very interesting and definately my favorite vloggercon related video so far. Yeah.
Gotta agree with Steve. The Meiser, Evil Clown Face, Meiser is genius.
I really enjoyed seeing parts of your process of working, it was really inspiring. Also, I really liked this video, especially the shots of Michael Verdi and the Meiser/Mask. Thanks for making it and sharing it, Chris!
Meditative and informative… Also love the arms into waves. Beautiful use of sound and visual transitions. Love it.
Man this is one gorgeous video. Technicaly & Aesthetically… is it possible that an audio/video can harbor qualities of the spirit. I feel that this entry #112 tugs at my soul as well as sedates me. Much like a leg of turkey and hot chocolate. Your ghost is in the machine.
This is the greatest video in the history of the internet. That’s no shit.
You almost got me! For a minute I regretted not being there… well a split secunt actually.
Beautiful juxtapositions in there, and tribal qualities which were only scratched. Miles and miles were covered well beyond the roads, trails, and beaches of Big Sur, and it only leaves me looking forward to when we can all do it again.
This one is sooo meta.
I don’t have anything to add. Just – great video. Thanks for making that.
oh that was great.
keep up the good work!
you are so talented you make me feel bad for myself.
I didn’t get out of downtown and seeing what you saw makes me wish that I did… AND that I had Raymond’s faux-fur coat to keep me warm while I did it.
Damn, that San Francisco is cold… who would have thought it’d be colder than Canada?
i’m jealous you were able to shoot such nice stuff.
though i’m always jealous of that and you.
wow, you got a lot a comments dude… I guess I don’t need to leave anything long. 🙂
thanks for showing me moments of loggercon I missed. Chilling at big sur. Vloggercon sessions with raymond, jay and ryanne’s… so much good stuff.
This was great, I wish I could have met up, however I am sure we will meet sometime down the road…
I loved the sound editing…
In NYC w/Q, we’re enjoying this video right now.
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