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Hi Beth,

This isn't really a question, just me saying thank you  for the 'slow motion do's and dont's' video, it really is excellent. It should win some kind of award for 'best use of slow motion camera' or something...

I can't imagine I'll ever need to ask anything more on the subject of vibrato as a technique again, it should all be down to practice now. Keep up the good work!


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Posted: October 24, 2011
Last Comment: October 25, 2011

Posted: October 25, 2011

Yes, definitely.  Fingermotion would be a great technique to show in slow motion.

Beth Blackerby
Posted: October 25, 2011
It's good to know that seeing an action in slow motion has a greater impact than just merely seeing something move slowly...that there is real educational merit. I'll make make other slow motion videos on other kind of techniques that are hard to "see" because of the speed in which they are executed. Finger motion at the frog is a prime example.