Well I have to apologize to my dear friend Sue Bitler. I had this in with another post and it should be a stand alone one! Her shop is amazing and I love her… Please forgive me girlie girl!
Sue Bittler, proprietor (and a dear friend) is also a fantastic seamstress and alters any kind of clothing. She carries a selection of wedding dresses that are everything from vintage to last years designs and great jewelry and other vintage artifacts for accessorizing your ensemble. There are also prom frocks as well as everyday dresses.
Thank You Sue from the bottom of my heart…
PS.. sorry about the distortion everyone… newbie on editing videos….. I am laying on the cutting room floor wondering what I did wrong!
There is definitely a learning curve on creating movies…
UPDATE on PS: Thought I would leave the PS in there since I am still laying on the cutting room floor and I need to tell on myself. I was sure the error was with my IMovie (that is my story and I’m sticking to it.. afterall IMovie should be able to be smart enough right?) phoneography skills. Apparently in order for IMovie to upload the movie without distortion you have to take it in LANDSCAPE mode instead of portrait (wide vs tall). Now Quick Time can tell the difference and that is how I figured it out because ALL of the movies I took with my IPhone in potrait are skewed. As I was looking at all the raw footage I noticed they had been taken in both formats. HA! So I re-edited them, leaving the ridonculous parts, and put them in their appropriate posts! MY BAD the Upgrade to IMovie seems to have fixed the problem. I uploaded again and they came in correctly. Enjoy!
PPSS: Maybe I should leave a pic of the distorted? That would only be fair!