I made this my senior year in my video editing project. I have always wanted to make a stop motion video and I decided that this was a great time to do it. I am really proud of my drawings and how almost all of it line up. It was pretty difficult to determine the right speed for each frame. I learned that .3 seconds is very efficient. I would add even more frames probably, and spend more time putting clouds or the sun and more details in each frame.
This is a video I made in my video editing class my senior year. I initially had a few plans on how to interview someone, on of my close friends. Unfortunately those plans fell through, so I tried to do something where I interviewed a puppet. This is how it turned out. I’m really proud of the stop motion parts, and the shots of George in the chair could have been better. I would have George give longer answers and be more eloquent.
In my video editing class my senior year we had a snow day and blizzard in which it snowed a ridiculous amount. So as a class it was determined that we would make a blizzard video. I decided to take this type of approach because I felt like the mellow way I presented it works really well for the type of footage I got. I’m really proud of some of my footage and how I was able to get it from some unique angles. It was challenging to try and shoot footage from a few different locations but I had someone to drive me around while I filmed which made some really nice shots. I would spend more time on shots outside of the car definitely, and try and get even more steady shots.
This is my first Video Editing project of 12th grade. It is a small moment video about my cats with various shots of them set to music. I originally planned on narrating this instead of doing a music video but then I came across this song and new that I had to make it a music video. The part I am proudest of is using a relatively unknown song as well as getting shots from the same level as the cats during shooting. It was hard at first to start actually filming but once I did it went really quick and I just whipped my phone out whenever the cats were around. The thing I would spend more time getting shots so I could make them shorter. Then I could include more shots. I hope you enjoy the video!