My work in Video class Zane derweesh Video 1

Filming an act for an assignment using the boom mic, camera, and tripod. THE BOOM MIC ENABLES ME TO HAVE THE AUDIO IN MY VIDEO SOUND CLEAR AND LOUD.
To film videos and capture footage for films and movies, I use cannon cameras that I check out from Mr. Waage.
Using iMovie to complete my green screen travel brochure. This made it possible for me to effectively make it seem as if I was actually in Spain.
Here is another iMovie project in which my partner and I collarborately worked together in portraying the different shots and angles in a concise video.
A different application I used this semester was garageband, and this allows you to use different instruments and beats combining them together creating a single song of your preference.
In order to stabilize and produce to best possible footage, I use a tripod in which I attach a camera that is clipped down to the tripod. The tripod also allows me to move the camera in a variety of ways to film any way possible.
After I am finished making a movie in iMovie, the last step is to upload it onto YouTube so Mr. Waage and other people can view my work!

My favorite projects made in video

Memories captured this semester

homecoming pictures at chino hills park with my friends

The End of my work in video class

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