Thursday, February 25, 2016

The Jetsons: Future Predicted

Here is my final piece of the Jetsons: Future Predicted

Putting the video (s) together was definitely a process in which couldn't be rushed. Starting from the beginning, there were basic camera shots of the Winnie Davis Hall of History and of the exhibit itself. From there, went on to the interview followed by working with my talent as we worked on acting out the script. Storyboarding came around once all of the film pieces were on file. Once the storyboard was put together, it was time to start editing. Being that I haven't worked with Premier Pro all that much, I struggled to get things going in the right direction this time around. It didn't take long to get the hang of things again, though. I had to do a little more pulling and cutting than I would have liked, but I managed to do so successfully. Once I had the video setup how I wanted it, I went in and added titles in a few places. Lastly, I went on to add a little music throughout the video as well to put the finishing touch on it. Everything that I learned throughout the project such as filming, scripting, interviewing, etc. will all be beneficial to what I plan to do in the sports media field in the near future. Everything in this project works as a bit of experience.

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Jetsons: Storyboard

With creating the storyboard, I had to bounce around my ideas a little bit as not everything I put down originally made it in or stayed in the same spot. I used it to my advantage and was able to look back at it while making the video in order to stay calm while getting things done quicker. I'll definitely continue to use storyboarding in the future as it was very helpful. In fact, I already am starting to storyboard another project that I am working on.

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Preview of America's Pasttime

Check out my preview of America's Pasttime!

The video that I put together was done with Premier Pro software and was a collaboration of a few different files in which we received in class. This was not the first time that I had to use the software as I did gain some experience with it in junior college. With that being said, the experience I had was somewhere around two years ago which means I had to freshen up and take a quick crash course. I was able to take a few of the files and put together a preview of America's Pasttime featuring the Ken Burns effect! The Ken Burns effect was one thing that I wasn't taught during my previous experience with Premier Pro. I've followed Ken Burns a bit in the past, but never really knew how I could implement his style of work until now.