I found this video interesting as it was filmed completely from a GoPro, like my final video was, and also because it experimented with “exterior” dash cam filming, which my video also used.
This app helped me out with my filming during this project. A lot of people complain that the GoPro doesn’t have a LCD screen on it, so you can’t see what it’s filming while you’re filming, but GoPro actually has its own WiFi router inside of it. If you download the GoPro app, you can turn on the GoPro’s WiFi and you can connect your phone to the camera. This allows you to see–live– what the GoPro is seeing and also start and stop recording. Unfortunately, the WiFi drains the GoPro’s battery quickly, but if you need to see what you’re filming, this is a handy app.
I found this video interesting as it shows two techniques that we used over the course of the class–video acceleration and green screen effects.
Just a viral video that I have always found entertaining
I thought this was a really interesting way to educate people while still being entertaining.
I thought this was a really cool video.
Please join us for a screening of selected student works from this semester’s “Artist’s Perspective: Video Art” course. The sampling of videos from students in both sections will showcase a variety of experimental approaches to storytelling and representations of time.
Refreshments will be served. Reception will be at 6:00 pm.
Screening will run from 6:30-8:00 pm
Katzen Arts Center, Room 201
Thursday, May 2, 2013
FREE PARKING in the Katzen Garage