Hip Hop Hawaii

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At the same time that this blog migrated from Wordpress to Ghost we also began to use Vimeo and Flickr in lieu of self hosting photos and videos.

This weekend, while browsing the Vimeo blog, I came across their weekend challenges and decided to make a submission for this weekends Hip-Hop Montage challenge. I have a ton of very short videos from our travels so it seemed like a perfect opportunity to make use of them. The final result is shown below:

Hip-Hop Hawaii from Lev Lazinskiy on Vimeo.

It’s not the best video ever made, and I don’t expect to actually win the challenge, but I had a lot of fun doing it so that counts for something. I will spend some time checking out Vimeo’s Video School so that the next time around I can hopefully create a winning submission.


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