Hi, I promised to keep you posted, so I am back! A lot has changed since my last blog post. Basically, I already finished my Capstone. You are probably wondering, “What Jane how is it already done and why didn’t you blog about it?!” Well, in my situation, I haven’t shared it yet, but I finished my movie.
If I haven’t already mentioned this, capstone gives you three ways to present. First, Ignite, which is 3 minutes. After last year’s traumatic Ignite scene, I was definitely NOT doing Ignite. Second, there was a TED Talk, which is 3-5 minutes. Like ignite, you have to memorize the scripts and TED Talk.’ But, there is a twist. I do not like memorizing, so I did a movie. A movie is 3-6 minutes long and has no memorizing because it is a movie. I chose that, of course. (Same with the other half of the class)
Poor lonely Ignite.
Anyway, after I interviewed my expert, I had to take all my research and notes and create a script for my presentation about it. That took a long time, which is why I haven’t posted in a while. The script was the most challenging part because I had to create the script with my narration plans, photo plans, and slide timing. After I finished my script I made my movie on Adobe, which was very fun. I chose Adobe because We-Video (The other way to present if you did a movie) was too complicated, and Adobe is very clean and simple.
One annoying and challenging part was how my movie came out over time so I had to edit it, and download it-which takes 5 minutes-FIVE TIMES. Anyway, after I finally fixed my movie, I uploaded it. And here I am!
Overall, I am so excited to share my movie, and I am very happy with the final result. Researching about Sunsets and Sunrises was very interesting and challenging, and I learned a lot. Now that the era is finally over, I just want to say, thanks for staying with me.