I'm always pushing myself to find the best angle, the best timing, and the biggest visual impact! I edit in Adobe Photoshop and Adobe After Effects, and I know my way around a Canon 70D.
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new yawk edit
I was sent on a scavenger hunt to capture 20 different subjects in the video (people in red coats, tall buildings, etc.) and then edit it on time to the music. I had a lot of fun with this project. I found that I really love capturing video and trying different things to see what works. I also find editing very cathartic. This was edited in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Pulp Fiction Shot Sequence
I used Cinema4D for the first time here, and although it's very similar to Maya, there is still a lot to get used to! I also played around with some effects in AfterEffects. With this assignment, I got to know the render times of both Cinema4D and complex video effects. In this video, I practiced a variety of camera shots, but if there were one thing I would do over, it would be to frame the character on the left on the left side of the screen.
cooking chinese with charlotte—mushroom stir fry
With this assignment, I was mainly focused on my videography. I believe I was successful in capturing multiple angles of different shots, and I also practiced with the depth of field, which enhanced the video. I also practiced making a title card, which wasn't too difficult, but it's also not too complex. I hope to do more things like this, and I had fun with my mom, too! sit at the piano—kan sano
Audio Soundtrack Creation
Here, I had to create my own audio soundtrack based on audio clips from the SVA library. I was inspired by Hans Zimmer and Ryuichi Sakamoto. Then, I animated to the audio some video, which I got from archive.org. Creating the soundtrack was definitely very difficult, but I would love to continue to work at it.