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Making a video postcard

July 26, 2012 Posted by: Miles

Today what stood out for me was getting the video postcard finished.  I love doing videos.  I think I'm really good at them.  I like the transition in the video also.  The transition flowed with the postcard and most of all, ii was one of the best videos I've made.  This one was probably the best video I've done with a partner.


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  1. Shirley - Philadelphia, PA
    July 27, 2012 at 06:48

    Wow! That is great. You have a lot of very useful skills that you will be using in school and in your personal life. Video in any form is a powerful medium. The more skills you have, the better.

  2. Mrs. A. - Philadelphia, PA
    July 27, 2012 at 05:47

    It was wonderful to watch you working on the video postcard with Phillip and Ranger Renee. You were such an asset to the program. I'll miss you.

  3. Diane Waff - PHILADELPHIA, PA
    July 26, 2012 at 08:09

    I also hope I get to see your video postcard. How was it to work collaboratively on such a creative project? Did you have to compromise of did you find that you and your partner were on the same page creatively?

  4. ROZ - FLORIDA
    July 26, 2012 at 02:32

    Looks like you have found your life's work. When you get great joy from your work, you do amazing things. I hope that your video get posted on this site. I would love to see it.

  5. Peggy - Natchitoches, Louisiana
    July 26, 2012 at 01:19

    Cool. I have never seen a video postcard. But I am envious that you are good at making transitions. I wonder if that makes you a good conversationalist also, as well as a good writer.

 

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