Link to the video here or with the rest of my videos on the videos tab of this site.
And of course, as always, I’ll caveat that until I get my own TV Show (anyone? anyone?) my videos are definitely amateur but for me it’s really all about sharing the experience with you not creating a perfect video. I hope you enjoy it!
Traditional Thai Condiments (along with fish sauce and palm sugar of course!)
Before vacation slipped too far from our memory, we decided to put our newfound Thai cooking skills to the test and throw a Thai party for our friends. With of course, the “cost” to our friends of having to sit through a slideshow of 300 of our favorite pictures from Thailand and Cambodia...he he. If I do say so myself though, we earned their viewership...the food we made was GOOD!
Link to the video is here...you can also see other SavoryGirl videos on my videos tab.
So while I definitely think the content is fun, the videography and energy may not be quite perfect, but hey it was my first try! I am certainly not a professional at this (yet anyway!) and Christian is not a professional videographer, just a super kind and supportive hubby...but we did the best we could! So I’ve gone with a bit of the cheesy imovie effects this first time around...help jazz it up a bit. I also had originally planned on including some of the video I shot at the markets getting the fruit and talking to the locals, but because I’m always worried about intruding and making people uncomfortable that footage ended up a bit underwhelming. I guess I’ll have to work on not caring what people think and just going for it in public!
So if there are any videographers/on-camera personalities out there that have some advice, I’m all ears! Otherwise, thanks for taking the time to check it out!
here to see the newly uploaded Cambodia Foodie photos!