Re: Podcast, anyone...?
Yes please, now that I realise that I do not need a pod - great idea!
----- Original Message ----- From: "Camden Hardy" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, November 17, 2006 6:15 PM
Subject: RE: Podcast, anyone...?
I think the biggest impediment to creating video Podcasts is maintaining good production quality.I don't really think that's an issue. While production quality does help, I don't think the intended audience (mainly list members) will really care. My goal would be to make the podcast more information-based than entertainment.Some of the PhotoShop videos I've seen, such as Dan's Tiny Tutorials have been very good, but others are a little shakey.As long as there's good information in there, I think the video will be just fine.For my money a good Podcast covering printing gum with curves would be a great place to start!Don, you brought up a point I may have forgotten to mention in my original post. Do we want to make it free or charge for it? I'd prefer to keep it free, but if there are some that would like to charge for it I'm open to discussion (not really sure how money distribution would work though). Audio podcasts are possible too, so those without video capabilities can also contribute. We really don't need a lot of content to start off. I just need something to put up there. More content can be added later as it becomes available. So, is anyone interested in providing the first tutorial? Perhaps a more important question...do list members even care enough about this for me to bother? Camden Hardy camden[at]hardyphotography[dot]net http://www.hardyphotography.net