For my media arts project six I had the idea to create a short batman film. Keeping it short and sweet while making sense was the challenge here. I went with Batman Gets a cat. I began with a written story followed by seven shots drawn into a storyboard sequence. I used shadows to portray the story. My equipment included a T3i Camera, Ari Light Kit, MD80 Recorder, and gels for color. I also had a monitor to see my composition while I worked. The hardest part was setting up shots. Placing characters into positions that made sense was difficult. For post production I used adobe premiere. Putting audio with the film was fun. I also enjoyed the colors used to portray mood. I hope you enjoy.
What does five mean to you? Personally I thought of five workouts to do. It bopped into the top of my head and I love to go with fresh ideas and create them. So for my media arts project five, I introduce my workout spazz self to you guys. Showing five super simple exercises any one can do, in the eyes of spazz himself that is. With the help of my two roommates Chase and Jose, we attempt to bring a small workout production to life. Hoping to be comical and show off creative skills in one video, spazz himself takes you through the routines followed up by customer reviews. I hope you enjoy, learn a workout or two and most importantly laugh.
My goal for the audacity project was to create something fun, with a solid audio piece. Being a student of radio early on I thought it would be fun to do my own voice, alongside a well-known broadcaster.
I went with an NBA game setting where Cleveland takes on the Houston Rockets. Dick Vitale, a well known NCAA announcer will be my “partner” in crime. Although he is well know outside of the NBA, I thought it would be fun to pretend like I was a casual announcer inviting a friend. So that’s exactly what we did, spoke back and forth with live and fun energy.
I have to say, sometimes audio can feel so real and I had a very fun time emulating someone else’s voice. A unique one such as Mr. Vitale really made for a challenging recording as well. Capturing the hoarseness of his voice was tough without distorting completely.
Mixing with pro tools I feel I made a strong clean piece. Some Phhss, and Hsss could have been cleaned up but I did what I could in the time given.
Uploading to sound cloud was a breeze, as well as the blog. Hopefully it will present well in class and everyone will get a laugh or two.
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A Scavenger Hunt, With a Few Selfies Two.
Teresa’s amazing door-
-Don’t fall into the ocean of media.
This is the coolest place ever-
-Our lovely Art Gallery on campus
All it takes is five bucks, do it--Remember to be quiet in here-Don’t miss the sculpture on your way out
-Mary Joe’s office
-I heard they drove hybrids here
-If you don’t know where Christina is your in trouble
-The wonderful Indy/Commons area
-Our welcoming flags of diversity
-I’m going in
My name is Shayne Sadler, i’m 19 years old studying Multimedia Design at Lance Community College in the wonderful Eugene area. Being a kid growing up in the new data era I love media, whether it be video, music, photos etc. Naturally the Media arts program sounded like a good degree to work towards.I am also enrolled in the final term of the Audio Engineering program offered at lane. Being in these programs one thing I have learned is to become a trouble shooter. Things in the chain go wrong at anytime so you have to be able to fix something at any time. After three terms full time I feel I am on course and on the path to a happy and successful career. Lane has done nothing but help me excel with my work habits and attitude. With my time at LCC I hope to produce my own music videos with the tools I develop. Developing ideas for my own free lance production company is something I want to work towards while studying at LCC. If you enjoy music or anything multi-media please feel free to stop and chat with me about anything related. It is in my best interest to converse with as many like minded students as possible with my time at LCC.