Today I am working on uploading old pictures in slideshow/videos for YouTube. I have a YouTube and have uploaded regular videos to it, just a couple, but never a slideshow type of thing. I am waiting to get my new camera (the old one is working on getting me by for now) but am also going to plan to buy a video camera as well.
The above video is a tour of the Tasha Tudor dollhouse from photos of my visits when it was on display at the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller museum in Williamsburg, Virginia. It is no longer displayed since Tasha Tudor's death two years ago. This was a dollhouse display built by the curators of the Williamsburg foundation to house her incredible miniature collection, some of which was antique or commissioned by leading miniature artists, or made by Tasha herself. She was an incredible artist and children's author and one of my alltime favorites. The book, 'the Tasha Tudor dollhouse: a Lifetime in Miniature' is one of the best books you can buy as its photos are much better than mine in this video. The dollhouse was built on a scale as best as I can figure from my measuring of the house at the museum between 1:4 scale (Tasha's dolls were 15 and 17 inches high) and almost 1:3 scale. sort of in between if you ask me. My biggest fascination with this house was the working doors and the staircase. They were so very perfect! As well as the goat barn.
Enjoy the video- I hope to be adding more of the dolls soon once I get the format and script done.