Day 5: Today’s lab was on basic Excel spreadsheet skills and iMovie 2. I am already familiar with excel and the steps were far too simple. The movie that we were to edit is compromised of all six lab classes raw footage. That is if you hadn’t seen my last video edit, was supposed to be a student who, after being ridiculed by the teacher, storms out of the classroom. In one hour, I edited all six students’ exits and synced it to the Boney M song “Daddy Cool.” I hope you enjoy it.
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Day 4: Today’s Lab was based on thinking visually, and uploading/editing in iMovie. There are three things to keep in mind when filming and editing; Shot variety, which is the diversity of different angles and zoom, Continuity, which is the detailed order in a scene, and Attention Span, to make sure that clips are cut to the correct length to capture most of the audience’s concentration. Read the rest of this entry »
While watching my colleague work on a project for a client from beginning to end I had a chance to witness something beautiful. Something that normally I would have conceptualized as mediocre he in turn had given distinguishing characteristics and integrated them into a single visual unit that I could sense. Much like as stated in ["Art and Cognition," RM, Pb 47.] Micah our graphic designer brings time and time again the conceptual method of functioning to this operation of a single sense organ, this being sight. Read the rest of this entry »