A couple weeks ago when I was Boondocking in the Bass Pro shops parking lot I took some video of the store so I would have some video to practice working on. This morning I put the pieces together and made the video at the bottom of this post.
I kind of like making videos, but not all that much. For me it's still very time-consuming, not that I don't have a lot of free time in my busy stress filled day, but it does require a lot of concentration and I have the attention span of a squirrel.
Another problem is my big desktop uses a lot of amps [around 15 or 20 per hour] especially when it's working on video. So I need to work on video during the daytime when my solar panels are putting out plenty of amps for the desktop to use. But day times are when I'm normally out doing other things, most of my computing is done at night because I have nothing else to do.
I'm going to keep trying to make videos because I think I can get better at the mechanical part of making the video so that it won't be so laborious. But I don't know if I'll ever be any better at the artistic part of it because that may be something that you're either borne with or not.