I went to a anime convention in Columbus, Ohio. So I used a video clip that I was recording for a music video and turned it into a Rotoscope for my intro to video production class.
Another favorite project I worked on in my Intro to Video class, this was a fun one editing jumpcuts and other playing with the different filters in Final Cut was cool experience since I had never used it before.
Honestly… I loved this class. I’m going to share with you a favorite video. We learned how to use Final Cut, Adobe Premiere. So many techniques I did not know existed.
In my Radio Production class we have been pretty busy making new projects every week. I figured I’d show off some of the work we have been working on! Here is a local favorite.
My fellow colleagues and I took some time to visit and cover the story of the Diamante Awards at Owens Community College, where University of Toledo, Lourdes, and Bowling Green State University came together to support local hispanic students in the area.
For our final project in Visual Storytelling. We were given a project to go out and find a story for Owens Community College.
I decided to go out with Owens Community College radio and check out the event called Vinylthon. Vinylthon is an event that colleges have and you can listen to old records. Well, Culture Clash Records had a line out the door for their event for their own vinyl record day. This family-owned store had business booming!
I had a lot to learn about focusing and how to plan for my video and just make it look like a documentary style. Not only that, I still have much to learn about focusing in on the subjects instead of having them look like a blur. Overall, I had a wonderful time!
In my Visual Storytelling class decided to take on a new learning experience which is working on the video experience side of the camera.
On my own time, I work on my own Youtube videos and create gaming content. This time around I had to challenge myself and try something new. We had to work in groups of two so that we could learn how the process of using the camera functions.
With my group member Ted, we went down to heritage hall to interview some students for the campus pulse. I must say it was a lot of fun stepping out of our own bubble. Check out in the video about the stories of some of the Owens students.