Here’s my video about Tarifa, at the southern tip of Spain, where I recently spent a few days with the family:
Here’s what I used to make this video:
I shot the still photographs and video clips with a Canon PowerShot SD450 Digital Elph Camera. My daughter, Kate Symmonds, shot the windmill sequence out the window of the car because of this rule the family has that I’m not allowed to play with electronics while driving.
I recorded the narration with an Olympus DS-2 Digital Voice Recorder with a QuickShot microphone plugged into it. The voice recorder belongs to my husband, Don Stacom, who should in no way think that I gave it to him for Christmas so that I could use it for my blog.
I edited the photographs with Adobe Photoshop Elements 4.0 and the video with Adobe Premiere Elements 2.0 using my Dell XPS 400 desktop computer.