This again was a short little video that I just had a lot of fun with. I just recorded this with my phone and edited in iMovie again. I just used a random sound effect from iMovie and it didn’t quite match up how I wanted.
I originally thought of just doing someone jumping up and down, but decided to do this instead, because it seemed harder to do, per-say, in reverse.
Here’s a simple video talking about some of the Vimeo shots I took here. That’s is a Flickr link to all of what I’ve posted, but there are a few in particular that I mention, such as the sunglasses shots, the bat shots and the ground-level shots. Those are definitely some of my favorites that I’ve made.
Looking back at those “scenes”, I still felt the same way about the shots; I liked the angles. Looking at these places everyday definitely makes them more normal to the eye, but at the same time, I see some more potential with each of the shots. Setting up different angles, would definitely be the most drastic, however the lighting in the room would change each shot too.
This is a video about my day. It just includes a short trip I made. Can you guess where?
I really liked making this video overall, but the actual process itself was odd. Recording a video in public is not really something I’m comfortable with and I don’t think many other people around me would be either. However, I really love the entire editing process. I’m a picky person so I like when the music sorta makes sense with the mood of what I’m seeing and that it all flows and matches up properly.
I’m also a huge fan of the “feet only” shot personally. If I had walked next to some more interesting things, it would have definitely been a cooler, more interesting video. I also which I had more music to use, that didn’t exactly flow how I wanted, but I was strapped on time.
I’m also amazed at how easy it was to make everything work, I recorded on my iPhone 6, and edited the entire thing on iMovie. It was a fun process for sure.
My only problems so far have been how to effectively transfer media from place to place, and then uploading is always horrible on the school’s wifi. Otherwise, a cool process.