Tell a visual story using compelling and engaging content with complete originality in composition and delivery along with providing strong evidence of critical thinking skills.
One of my biggest inspirations in video storytelling is a popular YouTube creator named Casey Neistat. His style has completely redefined what it means to tell a story through his popular vlogging series, along with his passion projects to bring emotion out of his audience. He has mastered the art of editing not by creating flashy transitions and sound mixing, but by understanding the pace in which to tell his story and convey that to the audience, never allowing things to slow or become dull.
Fitness, triathlon, and swimming enthusiasts ranging from recreational to competitive swimmers.
Premiere Pro, After Effects, Red Giant Looks
Pre Production, Location Shooting (Gainesville Ichetuknee Springs), Post Production editing
Favorite Aspect of Project
Telling a story, initiating a montage, editing.
What did you learn while completing this Project?
The main thing that I learned about this project is how viewers perceive content. Spending hours conceptualizing, shooting, and editing a video like this gives you too much time to focus on the negatives (i.e. soft focus, hard cuts, out of sync audio), but it is great to see how your audience looks towards content to find the positive if you provide something immersive enough.