This simple image relaxation video is 1 hour, 8 minutes 6 seconds with the main theme being the instrumental guitar music. It uses still images of a variety of image themes together with relaxing guitar music. There are about 1 million views of this video with thousands of likes.
The video theme is quite diverse in terms of scenes although there does seem to be a main theme of countryside. This lack of focus does not encourage concentration and relaxation.
Most of the scenes are lovely and relaxing individually. My favourite is the first image of flowers in the green field with green trees and hills in the background below a cloudy sky.
The audio used in this relaxation video is instrumental guitar music which has a nice and relaxing style with a good slow tempo. There is one guitar track for each of the images and a relaxing bell chime is used to mark the end of the image and the transition between tracks and images.
The scenes of this Relaxing Guitar Music For Image Relaxation Video shows images of fields, flowers, trees, hills, skies, clouds, roads, snow, sunshine, a deer, mist, reflections, water, woods, tracks, grass, white paper, benches, people, sunsets, sunrises, rivers, a boat, a clock, toys, children, drawings, raindrops, hands and a railway track.
The image sizes used for this image relaxation video are all the same size and are displayed for the full length of each track which is good for aiding concentration during relaxation.
The title of each music track is displayed in text at the start of each track and this can be distracting to concentration which is detrimental to relaxation.
The transition types between images are simple cross fades and the transition times between images are nice and slow. Both factors are good for helping maintain a relaxed state.
There are no special techniques used in this simple image relaxation video.
Relaxing Guitar Music For Image Relaxation Videos is ok for relaxation but with a few minor changes it could be even better: like removing the track name text at the start of each track; and narrowing the focus of the scenes and images.
I would be more inclined to use this as an ambient background video as there is a good variety of interesting and lovely scenes. A few more images for each track would enhance its appeal.
What do you think about the video? Relaxing? Tell me in the comments!