Compare to my rough cut video, I changed quite lot this time because I want to use the horizontal video to present my work. Because I don’t like the vertical video on the internet. It’s easy and convenient for people who shoot mobile videos in portrait mode but I prefer the widescreen format rather than skinny and tall video. In addition I think it is a uncouth amateurs if you upload the vertical video on the internet.
I used the same way to upload my footages into the Premiere, Firstly, I used the slo motion and time lapse to shoot my friends’ lips and then drag those footages into the iMovie, If I upload the original footage into the Premiere, those slo motion and time lapse footages become to the normal version. I still have no idea why It doesn’t play out like it is in the phone.
Because all of my footages were filmed vertically, so this time I have to restart film the lips video in horizontally. and I also filmed my friends in a same place and same time,because it can make all of my footages have the same color and background.
I change quite a lot in my last video. last time I just put all the videos together , and I didn’t edit much on it. Moreover, it only the slo motion in my draft one, but in the final version. I embed the time lapse and slo motion together. Those video effects make the last video become to more funny and unique. I also add the music into on it . I think the music is really good to match my final version.
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In my project, I want to use slo motion to depict people’s lip movement, and slo motion is really good idea to shoot the lip move in that way. I think this is very easy and convenient to use phone to film people’s lip movement. and using Slo motion can make the lip’s movement to be more funny and unique.
The slo-motion version can not be played when the footage was uploaded into the Premiere, the footages become to normal video, and I don’t know why it doesn’t play out like it is in the phone.so I import the footages into the iMovie, and then use the iMovie to put those footages together, and then import the footage back to the Premiere. but the another problem is that footage were cropped, because I used vertical video to film people’s lip and the Footages are cropped, you can only see them bottom lips. Usually, I prefer to shot the vertical photos and videos because you can hold you phone in one hand. and I didn’t think about it can become a problem.
The big problem is that, all of my footage were filmed vertically, so I have to film the those footage again in horizontally. because Horizontal images are roughly the same format as how we see the world and have some distinct properties. But the other thing is that I might not find many people to do their lip movement again. as all the people I film were in different places and time of day. Therefore, was a different color and background.
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This short experimental film by Patrick Kelly was shot on an iPhone 4s and edited with After Effects. It simply showed the process of creating a selfie on Instagram, but raised many questions on the nature of selfies. There were also elements of social media, mobile photography aesthetics, ego and co-presence present in the film.
An identified affordance of a mobile phone is interaction. Interaction occurs “when two or more people or things communicate with or react to each other” (Cambridge Dictionaries Online n.d.). In our chosen case study, #Selfie #NoFilter, a mobile phone is used to create a selfie to share on Instagram and/or other social media platforms. The act of sharing allows for interaction between people through the use of computers, tablets, mobile phones and social media.
The key character call Bridy, which is nearly 4 years old. she is very social and grumpy at time.
It is easy for me to shot something which happen around with me by using mobile phone. I’m happy to record my daily life. Spending time with my cats, feeding them and staying with them, we have a strong bond with each other.
I used to feel that cats were really independent, they mind their own business and ignore other people. I used to fear to interact with cats because I am afraid they will bite me or scratch me or not. because it is my job to feeding them, they become more familiar with me. I can hug them pet them and play with them. This video shows the interaction with the cat.
when I touch the cat’s head, she push her head forwards me. this is very normal interaction between people and cats especially when the cat was happy or the cats fond of someone.
The issues that I encounter when filming the cat was that she was very active. therefore it took a while for her to settle down and capture her in frame.
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Are human beings the only one that can take a selfie? What about animals and using the same frame to make animal selfies? I have two lovely cats, one is very social and other one is a little bit dull. So I thought about shooting animals and using the same frame as that of people taking a selfie. I tried to shoot my cats but they were unwilling to collaborate with me.
So I shot the fishes in the tank, and was curious as to what they thought of this world. Do they know what’s going on when we get closer to them by using a camera? Do they like to take selfies? But for me, I feel that animals have a connection with its surroundings and that there is interaction between me and the fishes.
The fish was facing towards me when I shot this. I was very happy to capture this as it was like they were asking me to take a selfie of it. Those interaction were between me and them.
It is really hard for me to avoid the ambient sound when I shot it . Moreover, we can’t adjust the fishes’ movement trajectory because it was uncontrolled.
I felt that we were interacting with each other. The fish was smiling at me when I was recording it, it’s like we have a face to face communication. on the other hand, may be the fish was curious why I were so close to them.
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Using iMovie edited this video