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Old September 12th, 2010, 09:41 PM   #91
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New Video on one of Indian festival


About this video:

This video is about one place in Ahmedabad called "Gulbai Tekra" which is famous for Lord Ganesha Idols.

Gulbai Tekra is not only famous for its finely carved statues of the Hindu god, but attracts customers from states like Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh as well. Hundreds of trucks carrying mould from here are dispatched to other states every year.

The annual Ganesh festival is celebrated with much fervour across Gujarat State.

With the Ganesh festival beginning Wednesday, there is a wide variety of idols available in the market. The price depends upon the size of the idols and can cost up to INR.12,000 ( approx USD 300) for the bigger ones.

Traditionally, idols are made with natural ingredients like mud, clay and vegetable-based dyes. But commercialisation has led to bigger and brighter idols made of plaster of paris and toxic chemical dyes flooding the market over recent years.

Know much about Lord Ganesha:

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Old September 19th, 2010, 06:55 PM   #92
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Traffic & Life, Ahmedabad

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Old October 26th, 2010, 11:25 AM   #93
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New Videos on Kankaria Carnival 2009, Ahmedabad

Kankaria Carnival 2009, Ahmedabad:

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Old October 28th, 2010, 02:20 PM   #94
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"Organized by the Ahmedabad Traffic Police"

Those were a couple really nice videos Kaushik. I've got a bunch of comments and questions:

What are the green & yellow three-wheelers? Taxis?
The round-about in the first video was huge! How do all those drivers know where to go? I'm only accustomed to the single-lane round-abouts and can't fathom how something like that would work here. I think we'd have so many accidents.

There was a very sad shot of an obviously very old man, hunchbacked, pushing something like a three-wheel bicycle along the shoulder of the freeway. The irony was there were young people passing him on their motorcycles. I really felt sorry for him. He is human and nobody seems to care.

There were a lot of candid shots where people didn't seem to notice they were being photographed, except in one scene where a young boy was obviously watching what you were doing. That was neat.

In the music I thought I could hear what sounded like a banjo.

The evening shots at the waterfront with the colored lights came out good.

Tried to tell if the engine of the train was steam or powered by something else. Since it looked so brand new and there was never any smoke coming out of the stack it must have been gas or diesel.

There were so many more comments I wanted to make but now I forgot the rest...

Thanks for sharing.
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Old November 20th, 2010, 02:15 AM   #95
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Those were a couple really nice videos Kaushik. I've got a bunch of comments and questions:

What are the green & yellow three-wheelers? Taxis?
The round-about in the first video was huge! How do all those drivers know where to go? I'm only accustomed to the single-lane round-abouts and can't fathom how something like that would work here. I think we'd have so many accidents.

There was a very sad shot of an obviously very old man, hunchbacked, pushing something like a three-wheel bicycle along the shoulder of the freeway. The irony was there were young people passing him on their motorcycles. I really felt sorry for him. He is human and nobody seems to care.

There were a lot of candid shots where people didn't seem to notice they were being photographed, except in one scene where a young boy was obviously watching what you were doing. That was neat.

In the music I thought I could hear what sounded like a banjo.

The evening shots at the waterfront with the colored lights came out good.

Tried to tell if the engine of the train was steam or powered by something else. Since it looked so brand new and there was never any smoke coming out of the stack it must have been gas or diesel.

There were so many more comments I wanted to make but now I forgot the rest...

Thanks for sharing.
John Nantz,

I am glad you like these videos, and it is always good to see other country's videos it shows culture, lifestyle architecture and many more.

I will try to give answers of your questions.

Yes, that three three wheeler is kind of small taxi, three people can sit in it, it is cheaper than big taxi.

Yes, that round was very big and it is now no more, one big over bridge is being constructed!

Yes, you will find so many old people on the street with that kind of bicycle, they are actually delivery man, they make deliveries of goods and earn money, it is very hard for them and if the person is old! The person in video was old and so much tired, and more over he was facing front of over bridge which was very tough! Yes, it is routine so people do not bother to help them, its their routine life. But I understand your pain and you are right it would be good if people at least give some support him while he was facing front of over bridge!

You are right people were not aware about camera, and I am not sure which small boy you are talking. But if you make videos outside candid kinds of images would be there, what do you think?

Yes, evening shots came out good. Yes train was brand new from England, and one more included last week!

Good to see your curiosity.

BTW where you from? Do you have HD7?

Thanks for your all comments.
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Old January 1st, 2011, 12:53 AM   #96
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some answers for Kaushik....

I've been away for awhile because everything is so busy. However, I'm still trying to deal with camera and video editing issues.

I've got a second JVC video camera which is a GZ-MS130BU model. Bought it used for the battery charger to go with the HD7 because it was cheaper than buying just the battery charger new. This is an inexpensive HD camera that is slightly newer than the HD7 and which I would categorize as a "point-and-shoot" type. One of those cheapies that can "One Touch Upload to YouTube".

The good news about it is the files are *.mov which is easy to edit with iMovie '09. It goes really fast and I can burn to a DVD quickly. The bad news is the video is the video quality is less that I'd like, especially in the sharpness department.

Another plus, though, is it is really easy to get really quick-and-dirty shots. No place for mic input. I've taken quite a bit of family video using this while the HD7 has been "on hold", so to speak.

The HD7 had a blank (black) screen for awhile but thanks to the JVC Help Desk guy we got it functioning again. Apparently I had switched over to the external memory without having media inserted - or something like that. Anyway, it's fully functioning now. The big problem I'm having is getting the files edited in iMovie HD6. The last time I tried this was a couple months back so I've forgotten what the problems were but I'm ready to jump back into it again.

Where do I live: in the Seattle, USA, area.
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Old January 19th, 2011, 03:39 AM   #98
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Old January 19th, 2011, 03:00 PM   #99
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Kaushik: very interesting videos!

Looks like you've been busy with the camera! And, of course, editing.

I can't remember all the things that I wanted to note, but here's a few comments. The one with the dogs was interesting because of the lead-in with the squares. Dogs, and pets, are always good subjects and this is attested to by the frequency they're being used in advertisements.

One of the techniques that really made the video interesting was getting right down low and taking the picture face-to-face with the dog, and, up close and personal. In at least one case you were actually looking up at the dog's face which made the dog look so regal.

A side note: I like the name of the dog food called "Drool".

The choice of music on "The Reception" was good. In all, some very interesting videos.

As for my part, I haven't done a single edit for some time. Still trying to figure out a good workflow. Plus I've got other issues like the computer is pretty filled up, so I need to do some file shuffling.
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Looks like you've been busy with the camera! And, of course, editing.

I can't remember all the things that I wanted to note, but here's a few comments. The one with the dogs was interesting because of the lead-in with the squares. Dogs, and pets, are always good subjects and this is attested to by the frequency they're being used in advertisements.

One of the techniques that really made the video interesting was getting right down low and taking the picture face-to-face with the dog, and, up close and personal. In at least one case you were actually looking up at the dog's face which made the dog look so regal.

A side note: I like the name of the dog food called "Drool".

The choice of music on "The Reception" was good. In all, some very interesting videos.

As for my part, I haven't done a single edit for some time. Still trying to figure out a good workflow. Plus I've got other issues like the computer is pretty filled up, so I need to do some file shuffling.

John Nantz,

I am glad you like my video, I thank you for your appreciation. Yes, Dog's video came out good.

Looking forward to your videos.

Kaushik
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