I think that his main message was that you should eat organic food and that the best looking food is not the healthiest food that you can get, and that it’s better to use your money on organic food instead of getting sick and needing to go to the doctors. I also think he want’s people to know that 1 kid can make a different’s because they could tell some on and they would tell someone else and it would go on and on.
While he was doing his talk he put some humour into it like when he was talking about a tomato fish, he also had some other jokes that made the audience get into the talking more.
When he did it he had a microphone so you could hear him better when he talked and he also had a screen behind him so the audience could see pictures and visualise everything better and more.
He was talking loudly so that the audience could hear him even without a microphone and even though he had a really heavy accent you could still understand him. He also had really good eye contact because he didn’t have a script so he didn’t have to look down, and since he didn’t have a script he practiced it a lot and you could tell he knew it really well because he didn’t have a break like you would usually do if you forget something. He also moved around the stage a lot so he didn’t stay in one spot.
In this blog post I think the main message is that either you can do what you set your mind to or that you can solve big problems with small solutions. I also think its that you can solve problems without being violent.
When he did his ted talk when he wanted it to be serious he would talk in a serious tone but when he wanted to cut the tension in between he would do a small laugh. He mainly cut the tension when he was saying he broke his mums new radio to find out more about electronics,” She nearly killed me that day”.
When he did it he had the projector behind him so they could see what he was talking about more than them having to visualise everything. He also had a treehouse behind him so they could kind of see what his house was like or what it was like to live there, it was also for some scenery. He also had a microphone so the talking would be louder even though he was quite loud when he talked it helps people in the back of the audience hear him better.
I think he used his PowerPoint really well because he had some good pictures on it to show you what he actually used and how he made it. He also matched his talking to the picture so it would make sense. He also moved around the stage a bit and used some hand jesters to help the audience understand him better. Even thought his accent was quite strong he also tried his best to make it clear for the audience. The pictures on his presentation were really strong so the audience could understand how he felt when his animals died.
Wireless Mics are better because you can go really far away from the camera and you will still be able to here the person through the headphones. It can go around 3-4 feet away from the camera. Sound is one of the most important parts of film making because if you don’t have any sound, the film gets quite boring. The big thing on the camera is called a view finder but you don’t have to use it. Tge good thing about it is you don’t have to take a lenses cap off. You always need to have a tripod and headphones with you when you use a Wireless Mic. The Lapel mic goes on your clothes and gets rid of lots of wind. Tripods help when you cant use the handle on the Camera.
Here is a video of my Editing clinic explaining what you have to do on adobe premiere.
What is Copyright?
Copy right is when you take some music of the internet and you aren’t allowed to.
Royalty Free Music
You are not meant to use popular music when your creating soundtracks for your own film. For instructional films you would have to do an upbeat poppy tune. Mystery films would need moody or tense music. News Reporters would need a good news themed tune. Documentary would need to have a slower kind of song if it has a serious message with it.
We had to find music to Wonder, It, Titanic, Star Wars and the Greatest Showman.
60% of your time is planning, 10% of your time is producing or acting your film, and 30% of your time is editing your video
One of the most important stages of planning your video is creating a storyboard. There good for Shot put animations but not for long films because they would take ages to make.
Why do we use Story boards
When you have a story board, you can show your audience exactly what or how your video is going to look like before you even start it.
Here is my short film of Green Screen
Zoom Camera clinic was learning about how you use the camera correctly and things that make your video better. Here is a video of the Zoom Cameras.
Today we learned about the shotgun mics, here is a video with my friend and I explaining what we had learned.