Friday, July 30, 2010

Blog Post 4. Edited Student Video



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2 comments:

  1. Overall I think you guys did a great job with the re-edit of this video.

    I think it was a good idea to shorten the beginning images of what Ludacris and Trey Songz originally wanted to get out of the song. Additionally, the images you chose to add, or that were already in the video, were very good for displaying your point.

    A couple of minor issues I had:
    The text that was in the video went a little fast. I'm sort of a slow reader and i had some trouble keeping up with it. Also, I like that the works cited was put to music, however I feel like you could have added several more images to make your point clearer in that time. Perhaps you could have finished the song with more images, and then put the works cited at the end with an excerpt from the song instead of taking away that valuable time.

    Overall I really like the way your guys improved upon this video! Great Job!!

    -Amy

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  2. “Sex Room”
    Sara, Ola, Derek, & Christian--
    This project definitely improved with your revision! I really like the layout choices and the images you chose to include (and the placement of the images in relation to the lyrics at several key moments of the song) because they definitely made a great student-remake, even clearer in its message!
    Nice job to all four of you on this project!
    :o)
    Jessie

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