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I would think it be really cool if you could have someone narrate the dog’s thoughts as he goes about his business. This could be both interesting and funny. Let me know how production goes!
thats a good idea. i just have to find someone who has the voice that would fit. thanks maxzilla.
job well done! we gave our boss the video. our boss loved it!. i still have my job. hehehe.
thank you guys for all the help!
this is what i did. i only asked 3 questions. question #1 is what can you say about our boss. question #2 your unforgetable moment with the boss. #3 what is your birthday wish for boss.
i started the video with some pictures and soft music. then put all together answers for question #1 then put together answers for question#2 then question#3. at the same time, inserted some re-enactment for flashback effect. while speaker is telling the story of the unforgetable moments. inserted some old pictures. and after the credits i added some deleted scenes and bloopers.
thank you guys!
it will be viewed at her house. she hs a widescreen tv.
i started to shoot a couple of days ago. its not that easy. its hard to keep your co-workers behaved and quiet at the background while shooting another person. its hard to tell a senior co-worker to SHUT UP! 🙂 but i think it will go just fine……but im updating my resume as you said 🙂
if you guys have more tips, i will be glad to hear them.
Try to use an external mic, and keep it within a foot or so of the speakers’ lips. A lav mic would probably be best. People tend to do bad things with handheld mics – talk with their hands and absent mindedly move the mic to far away while waving it around, or holding it so that it obscures part of their face, etc.
Don’t just shoot "talking heads". Once you’ve established the speaker, keep the audio going but switch video to photos, etc. that illustrate the subject being spoken of.
Once it’s in post, you may want to consider a little background music, animations, etc.
Have fun, but be careful – a bad video could get you demoted! X-D
thanks a lot. do you advice that i go with 16:9? im trying to think how should i start the video, do you have any advice how should i start it?
I think the Panasonic PV-GS500 is a good camera. and i also think that it would fit your budget. are you planning to purrchase it in the philippines? try to go to the shop in quiapo. i cant remember the name of the store, but i know they offer good deals there. good luck.
thanks jim! that is a very nice lecture. i have learned a lot. maybe someday ill switch to higher model of camera, after i learn all the basics in video making and have enough money to buy it. 😀 thanks again!