Friday, November 2, 2007

A video slideshow to enjoy!

Ok, for the past 3 months or so I have been creating a really long video/picture slideshow with Windows Movie Maker. I'm pretty impressed in how well it has turned out so I decided to put part of it online for your viewing pleasure. Many of the stories I talk about, at least from several months ago, are shown in this video. Only thing is you have to try and figure it out yourself. Maybe one day I will get around to making up a guide for the video with links to the stories. Who knows. Anyways, enjoy!


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25 comments:

Sparkel said...

Well shoot, now I want to see the other half :-) Nice job.

Anonymous said...

This from a civilian-wow.
Thanks for giving us a look at your world. Safe travels, take excellent care.
Cathy B

Coltrane450 said...

This is such an awesome video!! I loved it and the new tat is so sharp!!! Eight Deuce lookin' good.

Jonita said...

Loved your video, very nicely done. jx

Laura said...

All I can say is WOW, your interpretation is right on, love the music you chose to go with your video, keep up the good work and send us more. Be safe out there, we need you to come home.

Anonymous said...

LOVE it! Well done!
God Bless and keep you safe out there.

Anonymous said...

good job soldier

stay awesome

Joel said...

Nice video! I've faved it youtube
Take care and stay safe :)

Haole Wahine said...

Loved it ! ! !

Gratitude and Prayers

Solo said...

Intense! I'm constantly impressed by the creative talent of our troops.

willo said...

Watched the great video and it was awesome. your music was perfectly suited. I love the new tat, it's beautifully done. I would love to save the video to my computer. Is there a way this can be done????
God Speed on your return to Iraq, I know your buddies missed you as you did them. Take care of yourself, this last few months will be over before you know it, and ya'll will be heading home.
hugs from this TX mom,

membrain said...

wow. Really great video, Excellent music choice and nicely paced editing. The talent I've seen from American Soldiers never ceases to amaze me.

Bob said...

Powerful images, thanks for sharing.

You guys are the real deal, stay safe and come home soon.

Cheryl Fontaine said...

Sobering. We're to the point of total numbness over here, it's a way to deal. I don't know how you do it over there. Stay safe, come home.

Brian said...

Great piece of work...stay safe.

Joan Kelly said...

God, Eddie !!!

Catzmaw said...

Intense, really intense. Great piece of work. It gives one pause.

BrianFH said...

Great photography. But could do without the juvenile shouting to a drumbeat. :p Try actual music.

Roseanne said...

The enormity of this mad insanity that is the constant companion of our military family is here presented so very artistically with it's musical background enhancing the experience & bringing it home to all of us who are not, & hopefully will never be there.
You guys are THE BEST!!!
Come home safely.....

mj said...

Wow. Great job. Shows the professionalism and determination of America's finest. You all are the best in the world, no question. Thank you, from a grateful, but sometimes clueless, nation.

M said...

dude...keep filming but keep both hands on your weapon. Awesome.

Victor said...

Excellent work. When you are safely home, you will have much to reflect on. Be proud of your service - we are proud of you and your buddies.

Rachel said...

Eddie- You have promising career in film making- keep it up. I was afraid you would not reveal both sides - works of merit and courage always show both sides of story- but you have. You revealed the U.S. soldiers side and the average Iraqi citizen's side; how their infrastructure, ancient buildings, and every day life is exploding. Can you imagine how warped a child growing up in that climate will be? Keep up your video journalism- it's good for you and good for those of us helplessly watching it all.
Stay safe.
Rachel

Michael said...

Eddie,
First of all, i hope you know how proud of you all we are. You are the best in the world and no other military force in the world could accomplish what you have. Stay safe and never give up!

I was unable to see the vid it said it was no longer available.

nonprophet2 said...

Great video! Do you know Michael Cyr of the 504th?