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04Sep

Tim Broekema on audio slideshow nuts & bolts at Bonnaroo, Part 2!

Bonnaroo 2013 photo by Tim Broekema

 

Last June, photographer Tim Broekema and writer Jon Waterhouse spent four explosive days at the Bonnaroo music and art festival gathering material for audio slideshows that reveal what festival life is like for the thousands of Bonnoroovians every year. When Neal Cohen of Superfly Presents asked Soundslides to partner with Bonnaroo, he said he wanted a software that was super easy to use and quick and cost efficient to get online.

Part 2 of Broekema's post-festival reflections contains tips on how to prepare for such a tightly scheduled, high-octane assignment. (Here's Part 1)

Soundslides:  Getting photos and sound recordings ... Read the full story

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27Aug

How did Tim Broekema and Jon Waterhouse make 8 Soundslides audio slideshows in 4 days at Bonnaroo?

Bonnaroo 2013 by Tim Broekema

 

Last June, photographer Tim Broekema and writer Jon Waterhouse spent four explosive days at Bonnaroo getting photos and sound recordings to make audio slideshows telling insider stories. Neal Cohen of Superfly Presents had asked Soundslides to partner with Bonnaroo. He believed audio slideshows would tell the best Bonnaroo  stories because they can be very expressive and match the Bonnaroo vibe. Also, Soundslides is super easy and quick, making them cost efficient to produce and get online.

Afterward, Broekema wrote up some thoughts about the whole crazy process. Since another amazing festival, Burning Man, is happening this week in Nevada's ... Read the full story

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18Jun

Late Nights in the Bonnaroo Audio Slideshow Hub

Neal Cohen burning the midnight oil, Sunday night at Bonnaroo 2013. Photo by Tim Broekema

Jon Waterhouse and Tim Broekema worked feverishly to get the Soundslides audio slideshows produced at Bonnaroo 2013 this weekend. Eight slideshows are on their way!
 

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14Jun

First Bonnaroo Soundslides audio slideshow captures the vibe

Who was first in line?  What were people saying as the flowed through the gates at Centeroo:

“It’s like summer camp for grownups…”
“This is probably my favorite place in the world….”
“The Amish homemade donuts…It’s the first thing I want to see.”
“The hype is taking over my body.”
The people are incredible!”

Thanks, photographer Tim Broekema and producer Jon Waterhouse!
Also, check it out on the Bonnaroo webcast.
Send us links to your own Bonnaroo audio slideshows in the comments section below. And follow us on Twitter @Soundslides.
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16May

Patience and Peril: The Guardian’s Mad Traveler, Kevin Rushby*

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The scoop...
Photographer and writer Kevin Rushby creates audio slideshows for the British newspaper and website The Guardian. He has also published several provoking books. In "Paradise: A History of the Idea That Rules the World," he explores links between human ideals of perfection and the brutal realities of violence. In "Children of Kali," he looks into "the dark and mysterious world of Indian crime, past and present." And in "Hunting Pirate Heaven," he sails the African Coast to chase down descendants of 16th century pirates.

Recently we caught up with Rushby for some key comments about making audio slideshows ... Read the full story

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24Apr

Roast goat and salted baby figs in North Vietnam

The Guardian pulls North Vietnam into its travel section with this audio slideshow on a visitor's cycling and eating experiences in that country — created by Kevin Rushby.
Meals on wheels: an audio slideshow foodie tour of North Vietnam by bicycle
Kevin Rushby: "Roast Goat meat rolled in rice paper, with fig leaves and mint and a sliver of staff root and young pineapple, then dumped in a chili sauce with a salted baby fig to accompany it. This single dish epitomizes the Vietnamese approach to cookery....There is certainly never a dull moment."

 Send a link in the comments section ... Read the full story

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