One of the best projects I have done was my degree project for college. It was the final "big deal" in order to graduate. A lot of sweat, planning and hard work went into this project to make it great and also getting the best message across to our audience.
Once you’ve got your pieces, now it’s time to put the puzzle together. Whether it’s editing clips into a longer video, restructuring a photo, create a panorama, or simply touching up a some acne on your subjects you have now entered the fun stage (or at least I think it’s fun) of the photography and videography world.
For 19 years my mom sold Pampered Chef. I’m almost 22, so for most of my life I would go to parties with her, help her sell her products, and have fun in the kitchen with the new tools she would get for free. On top of experimenting with new products there were also new recipes to use them on.
Announcement: I just moved into an apartment for the first time!
After 5 years of looking, saving, and praying I finally have an apartment and one of my best friends is my roommate; how fun does that sound?!
I’m just going to start off saying that filming and editing interviews is a lot harder than it looks. 1) because not only do you have to control the cameras, but you have to make sure your subject stays in the right stop. 2) you have to keep a consistent look and feel through the whole thing. How the person answers questions, what’s in the frame between takes; was it there in the last take or did it move? 3) if you’re using two cameras you have to make sure the colors look the same. This is a must!
I have been dating my boyfriend for 10 months now, however some would say its been more like 2 years, but more on that later. Communication is something him and I both struggle with in general and with each other. Starting the deep conversations is the main struggle.