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    First upload (Konosuke Compilation)

    Here's a video I filmed today. Resources were an iPad and iMovie. A bit of quality was lost with all the editing and uploading.

    Hats off to the gentlemen whom make good videos, it's not as easy as I thought! Very time consuming for a first timer. Anyway.. nothing exciting, all I had was a couple onions. Mostly sharpening and cleaning (been months since I sharpened a knife).









    I thought I'd share with you guys because, well, who else would appreciate this?


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    Good effort. I how sharp did that nakiri get in the end? You gotta do some sort of sharpness demo


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    Thanks for the feedback! The nakiri scared hair off my arm and made pepper skins cry. That's a 3000 grit.

    Still working on camera angles amongst other things. I'll include a sharpness demo in the next one. In hindsight I should have shortened the sharpening and cleaning scenes. My next task is incorporating music behind the sound of the cutting board. .

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    Good first movie effort, thanks for sharing.

    Yes, we need more vegetables!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fujiyama View Post
    Thanks for the feedback! The nakiri scared hair off my arm and made pepper skins cry. That's a 3000 grit.

    Still working on camera angles amongst other things. I'll include a sharpness demo in the next one. In hindsight I should have shortened the sharpening and cleaning scenes. My next task is incorporating music behind the sound of the cutting board. .
    Music will definitely help.

    Also i agree with gauri, more chopping of many things

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    Very nice video! What is the stone you are using ? Do you strop afterwards?

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    Thank you!

    I was using a Naniwa Chosera 3000 and a leather strop. That strop is meant to be used with a compound or spray but it works okay without one.


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