Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Project 14 - "Teach Someone Something"

6 comments:

  1. THIS IS THE COOLEST teach someone project I have ever seen. GREAT video technique. EXCELLENT music choice-- and great student! Geesh this looks fun! I am sharing this with my fam, I can't wait to do this with one of my little cousins. What software did you use for the green screen?

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  2. Wow!!! This is awesome! Your video was very professionally done. I am so interested in the whole green screen deal. I too am interested on what you used for the green screen. All I can say is WOW!

    This is an awesome teach someone project!!!!

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  3. Thank you both so much!! I spent a lot of time editing it for such a short film so it makes me feel great to think that others have enjoyed it so much! I would have loved to have made it more detailed and longer, but that is difficult with a student who is six years old! She definitely enjoyed it though. For the "green screen" I simply went to a fabric store and bought some bright, lime green fabric. I think I got three yards? It cost about $20. I then set it up in my family's game room on top of the pool table. The software I used was Adobe Premiere Elements 9. I could do a tutorial on how to use green screen in Adobe if y'all would like. The most difficult part is getting good lighting! That will make or break your green screen video! I have done a few in the past that looked terrible because of bad lighting and shadows.

    Hope this helped!

    Elizabeth

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  4. Loved the claymation! I also loved that you worked with your cousin. I showed the finished project to my family. They are Wallace and Gromit fans. Nice work.

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  5. Thank you Jacey-Blaire and Kim!

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