For my passion project I did a photo a day. I had a lot of fun taking the photos and putting them in a book and slideshow. I found putting the photos in a book a bit challenging though because if I wanted to move an image some where it wouldn’t let me or it would move the text too. I enjoyed taking the photos most because I love what you can do to make the photo look even better. Sorry there are no pictures, it wouldn’t work for me.
So far I feel I have achieved a lot. I have many photos and my slideshow is coming along well. This week I will take my last few photos because I want to start working on my book and slideshow more. I have learnt to use filters and different camera angles to make my photos look really cool. What I have found challenging so far is remembering to take the photos each day, if my mum didn’t remind me I probably wouldn’t have anything to show. The next thing I will do is make my book and slideshow because I really need to get onto that.
these are some pictures I have taken so far.
our olive grove.
Emily and I worked hard on this red velvet cake, made from our own fresh beetroot .
our sheep rammay “helping” pick/eat olives.
getting my new dance shoes.
My passion project this term is photography. my goal is to make a little book at the end of the term that shows all my photos that I have taken each day. I also want to make a short slideshow that I could possibly put on my blog. I have been using my phone to take pictures of things that happen everyday. it doesn’t have to be an event you can do anything. people who might be interested in my project are people who love photography and might be inspired by this
my first photo of the day
I found quite a few messages/takeaways in Birke’s presentation such as: buy organic produce, don’t buy genetically modified food (ewww) and would you rather pay the hospital for surgery or treatment because the chemicals poisoned you or your family or pay a bit more money for organic food and support local farmers. I think that the most important piece of information Birke shared was that the non organic food is bad for you and the animals so think before you buy food that could kill you.
The main take away for me in Thomas’s presentation was that you don’t have to be an adult or a big company to make an app kids can do that too. I think Thomas communicated this through a little bit of humour which made me more interested. I think it was a smart idea do use an I pad with a script. because I know when I get nervous I forget what I am going to say, and I could tell he was a little nervous.
here is the video of Thomas Suarez’s Ted Talk.
and that was my last film school blog.
hope you enjoyed.
- good editing will save a film and bad editing will ruin it.
- editing is like killing your work then bringing it back to life.
- there are no rules in filmmaking only sins and the cardinal sin is dullness.
here is what I learnt about adobe premier pro editing software.
thanks for watching.
the greatest showman
sorry couldn’t put song in wouldn’t work.