"It all started the first time I saw a video camera-my sister's 5th birthday; the folks who organized the party told us they'd bring one along, and we got to see ourselves on a TV screen. For years I was fascinated..."
Jason YoungCameras: Panasonic AG-455U S-VHS, Panasonic PV-GS150 MiniDV.
Editing Platform: Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum, Sony DVD Architect, ArcSoft Photobase, HP DVD Movie Writer dc4000 DVD burner.
Microphone: Sony ECM-Z300 electret condenser shotgun mic.
Support Gear: Emachines T3524 computer, Sunpak 7500 Pro/Velbon CX687 tripods, Zenith DVD/VHS recorder, JVC Super VHS HR-S2902U recorder, HP Compaq nc6000 laptop, Kawasaki portable DVD player, Emerson monitor.
It all started the first time I saw a video camera-my sister's 5th birthday; the folks who organized the party told us they'd bring one along, and we got to see ourselves on a TV screen. For years I was fascinated with television, wondering how it worked, how we saw the images, etc. In high school, I took a media class, where we worked on several projects, including a parody of The Brady Bunch, one of my all-time favorite shows. We used older equipment (not older than 2-3 years) to produce this project and I was pleasantly surprised at how well it turned out.
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