P5 Image Editing

 

For my project 5 I did a top 5 touchdown celebrations. What I was originally trying to accomplish was just a very basic video that counted down some famous touchdown celebrations. Once I got everything filmed and started editing I realized I don’t have a lot of variety in how I filmed. So I decided to make the video as cute and funny as humanly possible. I used my son as the actor and I found that was a huge pain. He did not want to do it at first because he is very shy. Once I got him in front of the camera he was fine, but then there was the issue of teaching him these iconic dances. He had a lot of trouble picking them up. This was both bad and good. It was bad because it was very frustrating. The good in it though was that is “version” of the dances I think made the video better in the long run. The editing of the film was definably the easiest part for me. The sound and titles took a little more work. They weren’t necessarily hard it was just difficult getting the sounds and text to match the dances. Overall I had a lot of fun making this video as dorky as I could and was a good learning experience.

1 thought on “P5 Image Editing

  1. Kimberlee Trim

    Trenten, you were brave to have your main and only actor be your young son. Your son did great by the way! I know you mentioned it took some convincing on your part for him to do all the moves and I think about my 5 year old and I can only imagine. I also really enjoyed the way you were able to make a cohesive soundtrack with all the different songs you used, they fit really well with each segment. Keep up the good work.

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