This is a long overdue post! Now that I have made the TAFF ladies’ size mask, I want to compare its fit with the Olson. Surprisingly, the Olson still fits better when I use it on its own with a PM 2.5 filter in the pocket. Although the TAFF fits my face dimensions better, the
Yes, I know that making masks is soooo 2020. But at the time when I was mass-producing masks, I didn’t have the bandwidth to learn video skills. So, I missed out a chance to record the process (though I dare say I was probably more productive that way). This vlog recaps how my methods and
This short shows what you can do with the skills and processes taught in Episodes 1-4 of the Budget Beginner’s Tutorials. Essentially, you can make punchy videos about your life, hobbies and holidays. Because I wanted to make a YouTube Short, this video had to be less than 60 seconds long. So, the main challenge
This tutorial wraps up the basic knowledge that you need to edit your first home video end-to-end. Exporting is the process where you create a new video file incorporating all the edits. In this tutorial, I explain the concepts of file formats, codecs, and bit rates. One extra tidbit over and above what’s in the
When I first started learning how to make videos, I needed a lot of trial and error to get to a decent(ish) end product. Therefore, I created this series to help people learn how to make videos using free tools. Instead of parading software features, I want to share practical tips step by step. This
Hi everyone! This weekend, I managed to complete Episode 2 of the Budget Beginners Tutorials. In this episode, I start by explaining the structure of the timeline. Then I describe how layers (tracks) work, and how to understand what’s going on with the playhead (cursor in VSDC) and time codes. The second half of the
Hi everyone (and to my future self)! I have decided to wrap up my daily shorts project before the end of the 30 days. Going into this, my main goal was to practice editing and filming with a smartphone. Also, to experiment with different types of themes and content. Furthermore, I wanted to push myself
Can infrastructure be a luxury good? You bet! That is yet one of the other ways that Singaporeans are enviably pampered.
Today’s short about pampered Singaporeans talks about food. After all, where else is food a national pastime?
This week, I’m doing a series of shorts on how pampered Singaporeans are. And day 1 is a topic very close to my heart. In Singapore, we have no idea how troublesome it is to get rid of rubbish elsewhere!