This month I created two videos. My first video was about the Special Olympics, which my school hosts every year in our gym. Special school districts come to our school and our freshman help them out in a volleyball tournament. It was great to film at it, because I participated in it last year and it was a lot of fun. The video turned out great with lots of broll and a few interview sound bytes. Also this month, I created a feature about the "Behind the Scenes" of the ACTE Convention (refer to previous blog). Although this video has a lot of setbacks, it was really fun to make and a great learning experience. At the convention, I filmed my fellow classmates working, with a a handheld camera. This was basically my first time using a handheld, so the shots came out really shaky. Aside from this, I interviewed some of my classmates which turned out unfocused. When I was doing the filming and interviewing, I had no idea I was actually going to make a feature about it, so I was not as careful as usual when filming. I spent a lot of time working on this video, and it ended up not being in my school's TV show for reasons I couldn't really control in editing. At first I felt it was very unjust that my video wasn't being used because of all the work I put into it, but now I understand why, and I am still very proud of the video I produced. Overall, I learned a lot and I am satisfied with the video. Both the Special Olympics and ACTE videos will be up Monday night, so be sure to check them out!
Don Goble
12/13/2011 12:04

Being personally proud of your work is the most important lesson I could ever teach you. You got it....and I'm proud of your perseverance as well.

05/23/2012 05:22

You got it....and I'm proud of your perseverance as wel

07/23/2012 18:16

We came in second place and may live long and prosper.

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