Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Process Video

My Video/Process Video                                 

For this assignment you have two options:
1. You will show or explain to how to do, make, or create something interesting. This should be a process you are familiar with or an activity that engages you or for which you have a large amount of passion.
2. You will make a more abstract or arty video that emulates the passion derived from participating in an activity.

You can add narration or you can edit the shots to music (or both). Feel free to use the Haircut video and Auto Videos as  templates for this assignment.

Challenge: how can you make the process or activity interesting for an audience?

Requirements:
  • Video should be 1-2 minutes in length.
  • 20-25 shots total
  • All shots are focused, white balanced, and steady.
  • Camera angles are diverse and unique.
  • Video edits are made on movement and there is proper pacing.
  • B-Roll is both interesting and used effectively with audio.
  • Rule of thirds, proper headroom, and leading the subject used throughout video.
  • Audience can hear all music and any narration throughout video.
  • Narration is easy to hear.
  • Narration is effective and well written.
  • Video fades in and out.
  • Overall, the video is entertaining to watch.

Raw Footage is due at the end of the period next Thursday, May 7. Tuesday the 5th and Thursday the 7th are shooting shooting days. 
You may work with multiple classmates on this project, but everyone shoots and edits their own Process Video.
You can leave campus next Tuesday or Thursday to record footage if your parents send me an email telling me it is OK.
You can use a cell phone or iPad to shoot this project.

Process Video Treatment
Please copy and past the text below and email the answers to me today. Please send email to trent.mitchell@shorelineschools.org.

Please list your subject:  ___________________________
1. Why are you choosing this subject? Please answer this question in two-three detailed sentences.
2. Is this something you can shoot in class? If not, you need to shoot outside of class and turn it in next Thursday at the end of the period.
3. Who will help you with your video? Or will you do it all yourself?
4. What kind of music would compliment this activity?
5. Will you add narration listing instructions or explanations?

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