I started this week with how to read movies. Check out my blog post here!
I then moved into looking and listening to a movie clip. I chose to do the end scene of The Greatest Showman. Check out my post to see what I heard and saw.
Next, I created a movie poster for my favorite movie category, romance movies. Check it out!!!!!!!
Then I created a work out video, for all my classmates that need a good workout. Linked below check it out.
Then, I had some fun with the Daily Creates on Twitter.
And finally, I commented on 4 of my classmates blogs. Their bogs are looking really good I love what everyone is doing.
How well do you feel you completed the requirements of the week’s assignments?
I feel I completed the requirements really well. I made to watch and and listen to all the materials given to me on the website, and I put a lot of effort and time into my video assignments.
What gave you trouble? What did you enjoy most? What did you learn?
Something that gave me trouble was the movie trailer. I had to do a lot of research to try to figure out how to do this. Little did I know you could use the movie trailer template in iMovie. I had no idea that this was even a thing. I am so glad I now know this and I can use this tool in my other classes. Something I enjoyed the post was filming the workout video. It was fun to come up with workouts and lead something. Maybe I will become a fitness infrastructure at UMW after watching this. I learned how to edit in iMovie more and use the movie trailer template.
What would you do differently? What questions do you have?
I would not do anything differently, but I do have a question. Why is it that positive and negative sides of a camera exist? I just do not get the point of having this.
What are some of the broader issues surrounding your work? Cultural/Societal implications?
Some broader issues surrounding my work is I used pictures of Dylan O’Brian from google images. I did not have permission to use these however it was for educational purposes and I am not gaining money from it.