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Posted By kenrg

The balcony scene from Romeo and Juliet... (Additional dialogue by William Shakespeare.)


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Posted By kenrg

Margaret Fabrizio, known online as "Tree," is a harpsichordist (she taught harpsichord and piano performance at Stanford), artist (paintings, quilts, collages, etc.), and vlogger on YouTube and VloggerHeads. She's one of the most amazing people I've met online through my vlogging, and yesterday I had an invitation to join her in her home as she presented her latest quilt to the world.


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Posted By kenrg

Here's a little video I made to demonstrate how artists borrow from previous artists' works, not just as homage, but as a kind of short-hand to the viewer about subject matter, and to add commentary to the previous work. In this manner, "Fair Use" helps to contribute to a common culture through visual language. The same type of phenomenon can be used to show the benefits of Fair Use in other media as well.


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Posted By kenrg

This is some footage I shot l couple of weeks ago at the Jack London Ranch, in Sonoma County. The ranch, where he lived from 1905 till his death in 1916, is a California State Park and National Historic Landmark.

The images were tricky to work with because the lighting was so odd. I was up there during some of the worst of the wild fires, the air was thick with smoke, and their was an orange tinge to the sunlight. All in all, though, I think the video came out pretty good. I just with YouTube's rendering of it were better.


 
Posted By kenrg

This is the question posed by YouTube member JackDanyells in his Do you support the arts on YouTube video and TubeArts challenge.

I have answered the question in somewhat poetic form in this video: