My final project for Visual Design -- a movie poster.
The topics were our choice, but had to be done with our own photos, with the possible use of some public domain images. There were a number of specific things that needed to be included in the poster, including layer styles, masks, etc.
There are nine separate photos in this final image. The little girl is my grand daughter. The turtle was from a shot I took at Roger Williams Park Zoo. The turtle cannot really fly.
This is my project final for the class Video Techniques / Studio 1. I worked on this with classmate Rachel Rodrigues. We scripted it together, and I storyboarded it. We took turns setting up the camera for the shots.
[Please view this video larger, clicking Play, then pointing to the upper, left corner of the video, where the title appears; Click on that title, and it'll take you to the YouTube site on which it was uploaded. There you can also enlarge it even more]
Rachel is the actor. She arrives in the parking lot, steps out onto the running board of her car, and enters the building. She takes the elevator to the second floor. Alternately, she takes the stairs to the second floor. Lo, and behold! As she crests the staircase, she sees herself coming from the elevator. She waves at herself ... and she waves back at her other self. The two Rachels meld into one at the entrance to a corridor. Rachel walks down the hall to classroom 205, Video & Audio Production.
Since Rachel was a fellow student, and not a hired actor, I couldn't be as coercive as I might've wanted, in insisting that she make sure to land the same foot on the same spot, in order for the "meld" to take place. Once it was all said and done, she was able to see what I was talking about. But for a first attempt, I think it came out okay anyhow. However, the part where the two Rachels are waving to one another, I must admit, was flawless.
I created the logo from a photo I'd taken a few years ago, and added the lettering via Photoshop.
The sound effects came from a SFX generator http://naturesoundsfor.me/
For this presentation, I removed the slate (as well as bars and tones) from the beginning. The video quality is terrible, as I basically lost everything on my hard drive. I only had a very low resolution version of this video that I made as an experiment. I hopefully waiting for Rachel to send me her high quality copy of the file, so that I can replace the current one with a more pleasing version.