Today we went to the Constitution Center in Philly.  Tom is going to write about it, but I just wanted to say that it was great, especially the opening presentation.  There was a projector that covered the floor with light that the audience, seated in a circle around the main stage area, was looking down at.  And some other audio/visual devices expertly combined to make a great, moving presentation.
Reading Terminal market and Love Park were great too.  More on this from Tom.
I decided today that it was time to get my feet wet with the video camera.  Instead of taking pictures, I wanted to see if I could find interesting ways to show the things we were seeing in short videos.  The Philadelphia Museum of Art was the perfect place to try it out.  I’ll lets the videos speak for themselves:

I know that there was no tripod, many of the museums we are visiting don’t allow them.  Besides this shortcoming, what do you think?  Do you have a favorite video or style that I should expand upon?


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