photographs in the Kirkcaldy rain

Today, Sunday 25th April, I went out to photograph and video some of the buildings and features to expand the library of information that I have gathered on Kirkcaldy.  It was very heavy,steady rain which made it a bit more difficult to get the shots I needed.

However, it was only rain, and I was happy with the shots I managedto take, although I shot the video onto a new SD card using the NIKON camera, in portrait mode,  and I do not know if I can edit them by rotating like jpeg images ? I may need to re-shoot the buildings etc tomorrow ( monday).

I have made a decision to produce a proposal for a new map for Kirkcaldy, which I hope to discuss in more detail at my presentation to Kirkcaldy Civic Society on Tuesday evening.  The feedback from this presentation / workshop will determine a direction for the SID module , but it may also shed light on my main design research project. I may ned to record the discussions on video as evidence based research with a STAKEHOLDER GROUP.

Tonight I will be using InDESIGN and photoshop software and hopefully a bit of video editing in iMovie/iPhoto, to begin the final design format for my Print submission (MAP ) and my WEB BLOG ( ionspace7 ).


About ionspace7

born 18 August 1957, Scottish, Larbert and Stenhousemuir childhood. Larbert High School, ECA, UoD Master of Design, Interiorist, 3D designer, Stage Designer, Artist, Illustrator, Sketchbooker, Photographer, Zoomovographer, Writer, Poet, Ideas Developer and Visualiser. OTHER INTERESTS Walker, Golfer, Traveller, Cyclist, Researcher, Dreamer.
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