PineBomb wrote in post #18294360
Thanks. Criticism is always welcome. My experience in video and audio recording/editing is minimal.
Keep in mind that many of the attributes of the video were either intentional aesthetic or constrained by the limitations of the space and available lighting. It sounds like there's a little bit of audio clipping that I may be able remedy with the existing WAV file. And next time I'll be sure to top off the mason jar.
Also, I can't get the youtube video embedding code to work here. Http, https, iframe and object code ... nothing seems to work.
My audio and video experience are less than yours .
My suggestions are minimal.
The bright areas which do not contribute to the story I found distracting. Specifically, the white paper, the white part along the lower right corner (door jam?), the rim light along the leg and the light which occasionally flashed off the upper side of the body of the guitar. None are a big deal, but flagging them off (and removing the paper) would have left a guitar magically floating in light. And, of course, the mason jar, as the grounding.