Kate was a real bargain – around $14.99 at the time – and I was quite surprised with how pretty the waves were. However, I was experimenting with lower video quality settings in this vid because tying up my laptop with a video that takes 4-5 housr to render is getting really old, but in the end I did not like the results, so future videos will look better but be back to taking an enormous amount of time to process…oh well.
And as you can see I also decided to play around with some of the more interesting backdrops I mentioned having in my arsenal in a previous post. I think the end results came out kinda cheesy, but I do get bored with doing the some old thing in every video even though I realize in the long run that makes for more professional and consistent results if someone views my vids as a collection. On a positive note, though, I dedicated about 25 minutes last week to figuring out once and for all how to fold the backdrops quickly and I finally figured it out! Don’t ask me to explain it though, because I can’t.
Anyway here’s Kate. I have some other bargains coming up in future videos; as I mention in them I do buy a lot of less expensive styles, but I usually trash them out before I can film them, plus a lot of them only look good on me in photos due to one reason or another, and I hate to show wigs on video and make them look crappy. Plus, some of them are just crappy, but it’s not like spending over $100 on a wig guarantees that won’t happen!