Widescreen Video Looks Cool

I’ve been experimenting with the video display. I know, why don’t I just use the standard rectangle? Well, it has to do with visibility. Your eyes provide a panorama, of sorts. We see better by width, than by height.

I wanted to replicate the video banners on the YouTube landing page.

As I practiced, I realized I could produce the original video with a different aspect ratio and get a cinema-effect. Add some dynamic music and, perhaps, a voiceover, and you have a soundtrack. If the soundtrack is music, rather than noise with a beat, it can help with the sale, be it a non-profit environmental group, an infrared thermography network or a digital magazine focus on the ocean.

I’ll be developing samples, so check out DaytonaBeachVideoMarketing.com or YouTube.com/DaytonaBeachVideo if you’d like to see my progress.

Your business could be involved with a Daytona Beach event via a social media campaign using a BlogTalkRadio program, a YouTube channel, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc.

Check out WidescreenVideo.info learn more about showcasing your product, destination or special event in a widescreen format and enjoying the Power of P.O.P – producing, optimizing and promoting – as you utilize social media effectively.

Halifax Art Festival – 3 & 4 November 2012 on Beach Street in Daytona Beach, FL

Halifax Art Festival 2012 - 3 & 4 November - Beach Street, Daytona Beach, FL

Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Halifax Art Festival is the 2nd oldest continual art festival in the state of Florida. The festival attracts approximately 30,000 visitors to view the works of over 200 fine artists and artisans from all over the country. Offering live entertainment, a student art competition, children’s activities, fine dining in many local restaurants and cafes, HAF is a premier annual event in Central Florida.

Our True Nature is a book by Audrey Peterman about the National Parks

Our_True_Nature by Audrey PetermanAudrey Peterman is an environmental writer who believes the National Park service should be recognized for its outstanding work. She is an active promoter of National Parks, advocating for increased funding. The National Park System comprises 398 areas covering more than 84 million acres in every state (except Delaware), the District of Columbia, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. These areas include national parks, monuments, battlefields, military parks, historical parks, historic sites, lake shores, sea shores, recreation areas, scenic rivers and trails, and the White House.

Visit LegacyontheLand.com and purchase a copy of Our True Nature, Audrey’s new book about 50 of her favorite National Parks.