(UPDATED on 29th September 2017. With links to high resolution video and audio provided by the SoDelhi team.)
Let me get it out of the way first :
the audio is shit. Not anymore!
Sorry. I recorded this on the Go Pro Hero 4 Silver – I did not have time to get an external microphone but I wanted to record myself on stage for the first time. I’ve tried to salvage the audio to the best of my Adobe Premiere Pro and Audition skills ability. And it seem while exporting from Premiere Pro, the audio has also gone a bit out of sync with the video. If you’re able to understand what I’m saying, then I daresay there’s 30 minutes of decent info in there. If you can’t understand what I’m saying, then you’re not missing out on much – most of what I said up on that stage I’ve already said in my videos on my YouTube channel, which are shorter and the sound is a LOT better. In most cases.
Download Audio-Only here : Naina-Redhu-Keynote-SoDelhi-Confluence New audio file. Still not great but way better than what I had.
Thank you for having me over So Delhi – it was fun and I’m glad I was able to add value to the confluence. To each one of you who asked me a question, Gosh! THANK YOU! A speaker is nothing without their audience and I was very pleasantly surprised at the feedback.
This was my first time speaking as a keynote speaker at a blogger conference. What fun it was! I’d love to do more! Available for hire as a speaker too now! Yay!
I am always happy to answer questions about my journey. Feel free to email me on firstname.lastname@example.org Please keep your questions specific. I am also available for hire if you would like to consult me about the design / performance of your blog / brand. And I am of course, always available for hire as a photographer / blogger. Cheers!
The slides I’d sent in for the presentation – I prefer to improvise on stage so hadn’t prepared any notes but I had asked on Twitter and Facebook, “If you are a blogger going to a blogging conference and there’s a blogger on stage and you can ask them anything, what would you want to know?” Some wonderful folks came up with some good questions that I first answered. Which, luckily, got the audience started on their very own questions. Thank you for asking!