Following on the heels of my previous post on using video in the classroom, I thought now would be a good time to post this. I am getting married this summer and since I am an art/ICT teacher, I am very picky with photographers and videographers. Prices are expensive and I want exactly what I want. I would prefer raw footage and simply edit it all myself.
A co-worker passed this video gem onto me (thanks Luke). Perhaps? Perhaps not. I will hang onto this clip though as an example to use with future classes when doing video. There’s so much here to discuss – transitions, music, delivery etc. At least they used a green screen. But I am not so sure about the inclusion of Ogopogo at the end. However, the more I watch it, the more I am intrigued and drawn in. It is so bad, that it is good. Sharon, bless you.
(To be honest, I am tempted to use them for a ‘secondary’ video.) They have become rather popular as a slight Internet phenomenon. I wonder if the prices and demand for their services have gone up? Their YouTube channel is here and it is also worth checking out.
Tags : Film, Fun, Video
Categories : Fun