A 1955 television documentary, narrated by Glenn Ford, shows how Portland Oregon is ahead of the rest of the country in being prepared for a nuclear bomb attack. This hilariously campy film was deadly serious at the time. It was filmed during a national hysteria known as the “Red Scare” that panicked the whole nation. In 1955 we all seriously believed we were about to be blown up by atomic bombs dropped by Russian communists. The hysteria was very similar to what we are now experiencing about Muslim terrorists.
Gary Olson talks briefly about using video with social media.
I created this practice video using my new green screen. It didn’t turn out too bad considering I am still trying to figure this stuff out.
Gary Olson talks about the Chemo Pal Program, the Children’s Cancer Association, and his attempt to pay back for all the love and support he received while he was going through cancer treatment.
Gary Olson talks about turning a room in his basement into a bare bones video studio. He also explains about how he has set up a chroma key green screen and will be using it to create special effects. This is his first effort with greenscreen, so he is looking a bit green around the gills, but it’s a learning process and his videos will get better with time.
Anne and Gary Olson present their 2012 Christmas video. This is sort of like a Christmas Letter, only it’s a video.