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Wednesday, April 20, 2011
1) Find or write your own haiku or poem.
2) Plan out what your video will look like, use a storyboard to plan out the layout.
3) Have everything for thevideo shoot ready ahead of time. (Example: actors, props, copies of poems, etc)
4)Film scenes. Remember that you don't have to go in order, and you will probably have to do a couple of retakes.
5) Use Imovie to edit and put together the final project.
Order of operations
- order the clips visually
- editing and cropping
- special effects
- timing (you may have to stretch or fast forward a few of your clips to make it fit well.)
By Jackie Daniels, Diana Marchese, & AuCo Lai
This is a sample stop motion video we created as an example to use in a future lesson about stop motion. Students can use everyday objects or create their own characters out of Sculpey clay or Model Magic to produce a stop motion video. They could also do a series of drawings and turn them into a similar video to literally bring their drawings to life!