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Hi from Nuenen in the Netherlands

Postby Jan Laros » Sun Dec 09, 2007 4:10 pm

My name is Jan Laros. I live in Nuenen in te Netherlands. Nuenen is a small village in the South not far from the Belgian border.
I am 66 years old and retired some 8 years ago. Most of my working time I spend with Philips (Norelco) where I was employed in various product/marketing functions in broadcastvideorecording and communication recorders. I did some repair work on Philips videorecorders in the mid-sixties.

As many of my age I started with double 8 mm movie film back in te seventies. In 1990 I got my first camcorder, a JVC c-format S-VHS and did some editing with Ulead in mjpeg format. Via Adobe Premiere 5.1, 6.0 and Pinnacle Studio 8 and 9 I migrated to Premiere Elements.

Most of my videowork is from birthdayparties, sightseeing trips, holidays etc. For next year we plan a repeat visit to the Grand Canyon, the National Parks in Utah and Yelowstone NP in the USA.

I am shooting these days in HDV with my Sony HC1 camcorder and edting with PE3 and since some weeks PE4. As an ex-engineer i am very excited about the transformation to HDV.
I hope to learn from others about these changes that are happening right now.
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Re: Hi from Nuenen in the Netherlands

Postby Bob » Sun Dec 09, 2007 5:02 pm

Welcome to Muvipix, Jan!

Your trip to the U.S. next year sounds great. I hope you have planned to make lot of time available. All of those sites are wonderful and you could easily spend an entire holiday at each. If you will be visiting Canyonlands or Arches, Mesa Verde isn't that far away and is interesting too.
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Re: Hi from Nuenen in the Netherlands

Postby hpharley90 » Sun Dec 09, 2007 6:10 pm

Welcome Jan.

Glad to have you aboard. :)
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Re: Hi from Nuenen in the Netherlands

Postby Steve Grisetti » Sun Dec 09, 2007 7:35 pm

Van harte welkom, Jan!
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Re: Hi from Nuenen in the Netherlands

Postby Chuck Engels » Sun Dec 09, 2007 11:18 pm

Hi Jan, Welcome to the best forum in the known universe :)
Happy to have you as part of our community.
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Re: Hi from Nuenen in the Netherlands

Postby roadsideron » Mon Dec 10, 2007 12:28 pm

If you plan on being in Utah you absolutely must travel across Southern Utah. I drive it every year. Going from west to east starting at Interstate 15 and State route 9, travel east on 9 to route 89. Go north on 89 to route 12. Go east on 12 to route 24 and continue to route 95. Take 95 all the way to Blanding Utah. If you're traveling east to west, just drive the route backwards. On one one trip I took over 1000 photos driving this route one way. You will not regret it.
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Re: Hi from Nuenen in the Netherlands

Postby Jan Laros » Mon Dec 10, 2007 12:44 pm

Hi everybody

Thank you all for the great welcome. I feel at home already.

Steve, dank je wel voor de bijzondere welkomst wensen.
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Re: Hi from Nuenen in the Netherlands

Postby Jan Laros » Mon Dec 10, 2007 1:00 pm

Thank you Bob and roadsideron for your suggestions to optimise our vacation itinarary for next year.
We have 4 weeks to see the beautiful countryside in Utah and other states. We are really looking forward to this one.
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