Week 6

Monday, Sept 27

DISCUSS:

Dancing Cop

Friends for Life

Beyond Skin Deep Tattoo

‘We’re still together.’ Teen poses with best friend in senior photo – two years after her death

 

Review: Photo Project #2-Slideshow – Shoot photos and gather audio for an audio slideshow that focuses on a visual story with good sound and natural sound that is of interest to a college audience.  This story can include your voice (or not), but at minimum should include at least a dozen slides, at least one interview, and nat sound. It should run at least :45 but no longer than 1:00.  Post this on the class website with a headline and abstract.  (30 pts)

Video Sequencing exercise/Check in on website issues

Pitch Video Project #1: Sequencing – Shoot someone involved in a sequential activity, such as making a sandwich, cooking a meal, getting a haircut, etc. Prove that you understand the idea of five-shot sequences. Gather good sound and natural sound as well.  Edit this using Adobe Premiere and post it on class website with a headline and abstract. This should run between 1:00 and 1:30. (IMPORTANT: Be sure to shoot people, not just things. (30 pts) This is due in two weeks.

Assignments due next week

Blog Check 2

Due in two weeks: Video Project #1: Sequencing – Shoot someone involved in a sequential activity, such as making a sandwich, cooking a meal, getting a haircut, etc. Prove that you understand the idea of five-shot sequences. Gather good sound and natural sound as well.  Edit this using Adobe Premiere and post it on class website with a headline and abstract. (IMPORTANT: Be sure to shoot people, not just things. (30 pts) This is due in two weeks.

 Helpful:

The 3 Easiest Ways to Cut Clips in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

9 key elements that can help journalists be better video storytellers

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