Inside historic CITY HALL - Charleston, SC via video

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Inside historic CITY HALL - Charleston, SC via video

City Hall is another one of Charleston's hidden jewels.  The building was built in 1801 as a bank and was purchased by the city in 1818 to be used as a city hall.  Even though City Hall is a functioning city hall, City Hall is much like a museum, containing original historic portraits displayed in the council chamber: George Washington, General Beauregard, John C. Calhoun, James Monroe, Andrew Jackson.  Is located at 80 Broad Street and is open to visitors. 


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Inside historic CITY HALL - Charleston, SC via video

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William Johnson
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Happy New Year Joye, That was a beautifully crafted video slide show. Striking photos and a wonderful presentation on an important place. What program did you use to put the show together?

Jan 03, 2011 04:07 AM #1
Joye Ridgeway

Thanks William for the compliment.  You are so kind to notice and appreciate my efforts.  The movie program is Animoto.  The software is simple to use, just a little time consuming when it renders.  You can make 30 second clips for free, but I upgraded to the PRO package to have more options and to remove Animoto logo.  The annual subscription is $245, which I thought was a little pricy for a subscription.  But I'm have fun making worth the price to me, this year anyway.

As for you...your work is stunning.  I'm curious as to what kind of camera you use ?  I'm looking at Sony Cyber shost DSC-HX1...but want to be SURE before I buy. 

Happy New Year to you !  Looking forward to the Rain in 2011.


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