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alexs
23rd August 2010, 09:34 PM
I recently put a video on youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7Zs-46P7B4&hd=1 and have just been asked to be a youtube affiliate or something like that. Basically it means get paid per click...I have used some photos in the video from my e-520 dslr...Now the amount of views I get I will probably get a cheque that will by me a coffee by Christmas :)
But seriously putting videos together made from photographs isn't difficult and some of the pro's probably get a lot of views so I wonder if it ever gets to be even a "little" income. I also wonder if it is a "safe " way to show photo's as it wouldn't be easy to download stills from the video without a bit of hassle.
food for thought?
Youtube has some criteria for partner videos but a lot of photographers would have no trouble ie family friendly, original, your own work etc...
Roll on when I can afford a dslr with HD video....
Alex Sally

Barr1e
24th August 2010, 08:25 AM
I would just like to pass a comment on your video.

Interesting, informative and well put together. I enjoyed those sea eagles and the last two animals shown in the video.

Thanks.

Regards. Barr1e

alexs
24th August 2010, 09:58 AM
Thank you, thats very kind of you....
alex

Ross the fiddler
24th August 2010, 11:24 AM
I really enjoyed it too. Those sea eagles certainly are big.

Thanks for showing us.

alexs
24th August 2010, 02:21 PM
I really enjoyed it too. Those sea eagles certainly are big.

Thanks for showing us.

Thank you:)
The sea eagles are like barn doors in the air! You can watch them quite easily with binoculars about 3 miles away:eek:
alex

minar
24th August 2010, 03:26 PM
I recently put a video on youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7Zs-46P7B4&hd=1 and have just been asked to be a youtube affiliate or something like that. Basically it means get paid per click...I have used some photos in the video from my e-520 dslr...Now the amount of views I get I will probably get a cheque that will by me a coffee by Christmas :)
But seriously putting videos together made from photographs isn't difficult and some of the pro's probably get a lot of views so I wonder if it ever gets to be even a "little" income. I also wonder if it is a "safe " way to show photo's as it wouldn't be easy to download stills from the video without a bit of hassle.
food for thought?
Youtube has some criteria for partner videos but a lot of photographers would have no trouble ie family friendly, original, your own work etc...
Roll on when I can afford a dslr with HD video....
Alex Sally

Thanks for posting this video amazing place well filmed thank you.