This is a video of me playing an original piano composition. Actually, it is an exercise in using two video-cameras and editing the footage together. I recently dived into the world of high-definition videography. This is after spending the last several years video-taping in standard definition, and using only one camera. Well, now I have two relatively new (to me) videocameras and both of them shoot in high-definition. The video cameras used were Panasonic's AG-HPX170s. The editing program used was Apple's Final Cut Pro X. The piano composition, itself, was composed several years ago. It has no title. (It's been used as a sound-track for a couple of other video-taping projects done in past years.) No attention was paid to setting up special lighting. Rather, I wanted to see how the video cameras responded to low light levels. They did a pretty good job.
I hope you enjoy the video. It is only an exercise but it was fun to do.