Media-analysis Prompt #2 Twitter has become a very unique platform for everyone. Anything can be said and it can also be said to anyone. Twitter gives normal people to to chat directly toward their favorite musician, actor, or brand, with a chance that they may get retweeted or responded toward. Many breaking events are on … More Content or Content
Guess what… You are now reading my blog for another class. It is one of two courses remaining for me to get my Bachelors degree. The good news is that this is the last class I will have for this blog. The bad news is that this is the last class I will have for … More Digital Reflection
It is that time again… The stressful week of finals is upon us and I am one step closer to graduating. I looked back at my time in the Assembling Digital Media and it makes me happy to know that I have learned a few things. Liz Thomas is an awesome person and teacher. I … More Semester in Review
When I think about Jacksonville, I think about so many different things. I think about places, experiences, people, and I think about the word home. Just like many other places around the world, there is the usual traffic, good & bad neighborhoods, and corporate chains, but there are also unique landmarks. I wanted to do … More The Mighty Oak
Here is my video biography for something that reminds me the history of Jacksonville. The narration describes that there are more than just man made buildings and bridges, but a history of living things and areas that remind us of more simple beginnings.
The objective of this challenge is to use a stationary object or tripod and show motion. I propped my phone against the window and turned on the slow motion capability. Oh yeah!! With a dash of mood music.
I had overthought this video collage. The end product was more reserved than the original. I think that the faux public service announcement works but what do I know?