Thursday, May 23, 2019

ALD 5.0 - FINAL VIDEO PROJECT


DIGITAL PORTFOLIO REFLECTION
well its a horror film and its called "the evil that follows." i came up with the title and decide to do a horror film and my team all agree to it. and i gotta say we did a great job doing it and i honestly liked doing the horror film with My team. i have chose to focus on this idea because it honestly brings out the acting and the effort that we put together. and what we learned in digital media is that we had really did a great job. and we learned how we can edit, and how we can do like all different types of amazing things .


For our final video project we decided to do a short horror film. We chose to focus on this idea because everyone in our group had interests in horror movies and thought it would be fun to do. Our video is about kids who play around with a ouija board at a local cemetery. The message behind our video is to not play around with dark arts or black magic. I think this final video project showcases our final cut skills that we learned in digital media. During the editing process we tried to level the audio, add effects, and use other techniques to try to improve our video.

REQUIRED VISUALS:
1) Embed your final video project from Drive at the top.
2) Insert a screenshot of a crucial part of your pre-production plan after 1st paragraph.
3) Add the images of your critique results after your final paragraph.
4) OPTIONAL BONUS: Include behind the scenes photos (1pt) or BTS Video (2 pts)

TAGS:
ALD 5.1 Design a targeted digital media message or concept that addresses the needs of a client.
ALD 5.2 Plan and construct a digital media product from budgeted resources that addresses client needs.
ALD 5.3 Assess the collaborative process for its impact on the design, planning, and production of a digital media product.

Monday, May 6, 2019

ALD 3.0 - Hiki No Video



GOAL: Create a 3 minute personal profile or news story that showcases high quality interview composition, clearly recorded voiceovers, natural sounds, stable and well composed 3 shot B-Roll sequences, L & J-cuts, balanced audio and smooth, logical progression of the story with conflict resolution.

Our Hiki No video of saving battery on mobile device technology is what we are working on. Doing the steps on how to save battery taught me that when i didn't know how to save battery because i always been on my phone? I realized that being on my phone? can waist battery and wont be able to contact people or incase of emergency, that is why like social media is not important now days. so there is people out there that doesn't know how to save battery. we made a video of showing people that going on your phones? is making battery go low. and waisting data. also it makes your phone heat up.

First of all? we didn't need permission because we was filming on school campus. And my crew is honestly trying there best to make it work. It takes time to publish the video. They are filming, had to do editing, background sounds, put the film in together and I am proud that they are putting this together. And i also believe that they are professionals. They can do it and will do it. And in the future? honestly we don't know what the future holds for us yet. We gonna wait and see. And we could have improved the B-Roll. And we should have work on that, the rest that they did? is amazing. I am surprised also impressed. They are doing their best.




REQUIRED VISUALS:

1) Embed your finished story from Google Drive at the top.

2) Insert a photo bar of 3 behind the scenes photos after the 1st paragraph.

3) Insert a screenshot of your script after your second paragraph.

4) Add an image of your critique results after the final paragraph.




TAGS:

ALD 3.1 Evaluate the relationship between digital technology and criminal activity for its affect on the digital marketplace.

ALD 3.2 Evaluate legal and ethical behavior related to the creation, use, and distribution of digital content that minimizes the risk of legal or moral consequence.

Friday, March 8, 2019

ALD 5.0 - Interview Composition




DIGITAL PORTFOLIO REFLECTION:
Learn how to compose high quality interviews shots according to PBS Hawaii Standards through a pretest and reshoot experience... PRETEST: Each team will turn in at least 6 still images (2-3 per person) of what they believe to be acceptable interview composition. RESHOOT: After the critique, reshoot your teammates with a variety of correct interview compositions that meet PBS standards (2-3 per person).

Having a face of the video whether being the host or the interviewee is key, there are two shots to know the difference between. That is a host and an interview shot. The difference is a host shot is when a person is talking directly into the camera or directly to the audience whereas an interview shot is a shot that shows who is telling the story and they're looking toward an interviewer. The background for a host shot is a clear sense of place and is placed where they would logically be. For an interview shot the background needs to show space in between interviewee and the background objects, later being compressed to a blur. Placing interviewees against a flat object or surface causes a shadow behind the person so this should never be done. Another good tip would be having "look room" which is the space from the eye level of the person being interviewed and the end of the frame. This makes the proportions of the video even and professional. To avoid a profile shot the cameraman would set up "The Line", which means the line from the lens to the nose of the interviewer so there is enough room in between interviewer and interviewee.

The most important part of shooting a successful interview is making the interviewee comfortable. To me this is the most important part of an interview because they are the face of the story having them as relaxed as possible is key. Doing this will add to the story by having them tell you their story in a natural tone. To make this possible having small talk before the interview can make it go smoother. Also going to a location that is comfortable, not a stone bench for example. Another way would be a natural environment for the interviewee such as a chair in their home or a chair in their lawn

REQUIRED VISUALS:
1) Place your best interview at the top of the post
2) Between paragraphs, add a google drawing that visually explains how to create "The Line"
3) At the bottom, insert 3 pre-test examples and explain what not to do in each caption

TAGS:
ALD 5.1 Design a targeted digital media message or concept that addresses the needs of a client.
ALD 5.2 Plan and construct a digital media product from budgeted resources that addresses client needs.
ALD 5.3 Assess the collaborative process for its impact on the design, planning, and production of a digital media product.

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

ALD 2.0 - Public Service Announcement


Our PSA is about traffic safety. and what we are doing is showing the audience that it's good to drive sober. instead of being drunk or stone. because so many accidents had happen lately. and we decide to do this PSA because it shows that it is interesting to do. and in my eyes? it honestly made people realize it. and they should care about this because no one doesn't want that to happen to you. the audience really love our video. there was so much positive comments, and so much people had understand that they realize it. i gotta say we did a great job.


so we did was behind the scenes. and my friend decided to do the video and the edit, we both did the voice over, and we did the background music. it was most likely a team work. it worked out pretty good for us. she also did behind the scenes. theres pictures of us working on the voice over, and a picture of one of my team member doing the video. and it turned out good. we did mess up twice, yeah we started all over, third time is a lucky charm. because there was no mess ups. when we played the video, our voices was clear, the back ground music was great, and the video was awesome. 


so what we did? we did a good job. and the audience loves it. i think we did a good job. i gotta say, i am impress. i liked how we work on our voice over, and the background music, also the editing for the video. it was great. we was working on this for 2 days. and the main thing is that we finished. i am also proud of our team. we did it. and honestly i'm still learning so its step, by step. i'm still new working on this video editing. like i said i'm new at this, but i will get a hang of it. so the score? i think it's not that bad. at least we tried. thats the main thing.

TAGS:
ALD 2.1 Assess the evolution of digital media as it affects and is affected by society.
ALD 2.2 Assess changes in technology and markets as it affects digital media designs


Monday, January 14, 2019

ALD 4.0 - Cinemagraphs




so for my first cinemagraph, we had took a video of the classroom with the students inside and we edit of making the fans move in the classroom. honestly this was pretty easy. i learned what was a cinemagraph was. it looks like art but one thing moves and everything else? just sit still. i love this! it looks so amazing. i finally learned something new today. i just love how it looks. i feel like doing this more often. so i went to final cut and i had some help with it cause i didn't know what to do the first time. i learned that when you take a video of something or a person? you could go to final cut pro and edit a video to make everything freeze and the rest just move. like this for example of the classroom. this looks amazing.


Then, tell us about how your second cinemagraph turned out. Is it everything you expected, why or why not? What can you do to improve on your third and final attempt? Describe what you plan to accomplish in your last cinemagraph. Explain your plan for the setting, subject, equipment, composition, movement and frozen action of Cinemagraph #3. (6 sentence minimum)

- Insert LastF_Cine3.gif between paragraphs

Finally, give your readers a review of your third cinemagraph and how you think it turned out. Is it everything you anticipated, why or why not? Aside from looking cool, what is the purpose of creating a cinemagraph? Explain what cinemagraphs CAN do that photos and videos CANNOT do. Conclude with reflection of your critique results... Do you agree or disagree with them and why? (6 sentence minimum)

- Insert critique results before the tags.

TAGS:
ALD 4.1: Evaluate diverse processes of forming and conveying a targeted message.
ALD 4.2: Compare and contrast how various audiences perceive digital media to anticipate desired reactions and responses.

CINEMAGRAPH RUBRIC:
Novice: no looped movement, some animation applied
Amateur: only 1 moving part, no frozen action, unstable camera
Professional: stable camera, smooth loop, frozen action
Expert: creative, unique, stable camera, smooth loop, frozen action