After 7 hours of hard work, I present to you a video podcast that I am happy to publish…..or at least I feel I won’t completely fail this module. I learned tonight I am not a videographer, and I could use some (a lot!) training in this area. It’s about 30 seconds too short, and my sound quality, diction, etc. could be better, but with the amount of time it took to make it look this good (good, what are you sleep deprived….wait…maybe I am) I don’t want to mess with it anymore. I know from using power point that you need to limit the amount of visual components to spoken components, and I hope I achieved a relative balance with those features.
It’s simply a podcast about the trouble I encountered when making this video. I like Meldemac felt that the talking head format was perfect for the kind of “work” I will be doing, and to not have that option really limited me. I know I could have done something on pure social media, like a tutorial, but the assignment was to create a video podcast for your work, and creating one on social media would not have been true to that criteria. And to create a video that wasn’t me talking really seemed inappropriate or belittling to my audience. I mean if I am talking about how a LEEP affects you and i am just showing pictures of people looking sad, or just text, wouldn’t you feel disengaged from me? Or would you rather see my face, and my emotions, as I talk about something really very difficult? Please enjoy the podcast!
No, no, please, you are embarrassing me, such praise…. and an Academy Award!! I don’t know what to say! 😉