On the Waterfront at Cape Town (South Africa Series 2/10)
|Playout date:||12 November 2006|
|Post Production:||Windows Movie Maker – slight use|
|Location:||Cape Town, South Africa, Victoria and Albert Waterfront|
|Other people featured:||Performers on the waterfront|
|Genre:||Walking with camera|
|Music used:||“This could be heaven for everyone” by Queen – Karaoke version|
|Languages used:||English with some singing in a Bantu language|
|Animals featured:||Red wing starlings Onychognathus morio|
This series, possibly beginning with this one, even though it is the 102nd video uploaded to YouTube, marks a certain development in the way I presented the video material. The cutting in of background music, the use of a common intro for series, the gallery shots with background music. This is an early prototype of about 2 or 3 hundred similarly style films from travel to different places. It’s not exactly the mode I settled into, but it’s well on the way there.
One thing I quite like about this one looking back is the attempt to use music in the backing track together with the ambient noises, like the drums of the waterfront performers here on the Victoria and Albert Waterfront in Cape Town. I have great memories of this place and would be happy to go to Cape Town again if ever I get the chance.
Apart from anything else, there were friendships made there which gave me a lot of value in my life. Just that alone, even if it had been nothing like the paradise it was, would have been well worth the trip.
- Eating my way around Cape Town, South Africa – Guest Blogger Hg2 (mrsoaroundtheworld.com)
Posted on 14/03/2012, in Filming While Walking, Music not sung or played by me, Personal Favorites, South Africa and tagged Cape Town, Republic of South Africa, RSA, table mountain, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, waterfront, YouTube. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.