Portugal, travel

Moving Images: Portugal

24/07/2014
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Hello friends,

Cities: Lisbon, Porto and Sintra 

As promised in my previous post on Portugal here is my first ever attempt at filming and editing a ‘moving image’.

Videography adds an extra dimension to absorbing and interpreting the visual. As opposed to images, videos seem to have this amazing ability to capture more life, more colours, more atmosphere that an individual photo.

Don’t get me wrong, I will forever be a photographer, I love its ability to capture fleeting moments, which once passed can never fully be replicated. However I would say, videography is a new venture, which I’m excited to be doing more of, especially of my travels in particular places.

Bear with me as I’m still learning to manoeuvre my way around clippping and editing videos, but I’m planning on editing videos of Barcelona, Paris and Italy.

Hopefully I’ll be able to communicate to you, the charm of Paris, the colours of Barcelona and the rustic beauty of Italy!

Above I have also included photos from Sintra and Porto, two very beautiful cities within Portugal, which are a must see for any traveller to this beautiful and colourful country!

Keep Creative

val copyValerie Bong   –  Founder & Content Executive
Val is an Arts/Commerce student currently based in Melbourne.  As a photographer and documenter she loves celebrating the beauty of the world. With her love for capturing special moments she specialises in fashion, wedding, family and event photography.

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  • Vey 24/07/2014 at 5:00 pm

    3rd pic from top is BREATHTAKING.

    Vey x

    • Val & Vess 25/07/2014 at 12:22 am

      Thanks Vey!
      It was a sunset photo in Porto. I was literally running to get the last rays of sunlight after dinner! Without a tripod it was so difficult to get a good image, but I think the blur adds to the charm of the photo! 😉
      xox