I met a former computer engineer today who suggested I move my videos from my own hosting service over to YouTube. After he explained I completely understand.
Retired in Santa Cruz is a simple videography site where I quickly capturing an interesting story. “When I see it I shoot it”. I was not using youtube because I didn’t want it to be in today’s social media frenzy.
I would rather have it on my own web domain. That way if the people I am filming are not OK with it then, I have total control to remove it. I feel as if Facebook and Youtube is being watched by way too many people.
That is why I was using Vimeo along with a simple WordPress.com site.
WordPress is a great community of mostly Bloggers and I like it being simple and low key.
However, I am now going to start up a youtube channel.
I live in DeAnza Park. We are located between Natural State Bridges and the UCSC Biology center. Surrounded by wild animal preserves.
Today we are using our iPhone to tell a story.
Please check out the video below.
The Story of a Man who Save the Swan!
Enjoy the pictures by clicking Read More.
Paul and Caroline Klopp have lived at the De Anza Resort for many years. Nearly 20 years ago Paul had purchased a Digital Camera. He was asked by the De Anza Park staff to use his new found talent as a new photographer to take picture for the brand new clubhouse and office. He did such a great jobs the pictures still are featured art work.
I love seeing beautiful pictures printed and framed, with todays technology what it is today most people show you pictures on their phones. Thats all cool, but we lost the true art of photography using these devices.
I really enjoyed looking at Paul’s pictures at the Saint Patrick’s Day party last night and wanted to share them with the world. Check out his work below.
*Also time for a fun fact. The Swans in Paul’s Pictures were named by his wife, Caroline.
Get ready to meet Felix and Oscar.
Dennis Ray Freitas
Amazing Art Work. They just appeared a couples days ago. I was driving my dually on the way to the harbor, when I pulled into an empty parking spot. I spent the next 30 minutes taking pictures and videos of this incredible display of “Rock Art” adding to the already beauty of driving on “West Cliff Drive” !