Stephanie Lopez
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New Mexico Highlands University
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My name is Stephanie and I am 22 years old. I'm majoring in Elementary Education and plan to graduate this December. I love to play sports and I'm a big family person.

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At 4:56pm on July 13, 2011, Elizabeth Ulibarri said…

That was a cute project Stephanie!  You did a great job of explaining and showing how to do the project. Great job using one hand to record and the other to manipulate the materials.  You must be a great multi-tasker.

At 4:56pm on July 13, 2011, Cathy Serrano said…
Hi Stephanie, I really enjoyed your video.  Great project and simple instructions.  Lighting was good and so were the transitions.  Great job on doing with one hand! (goes to show what teachers can do) ha. It's a fun project that students will love doing.  Good job! Cathy
At 4:39pm on July 13, 2011, Nela Martinez said…
I agree with Paige some text of what you were using would be good.  Verbal steps were clear and I liked that you put the finished product first.  I am gonna try this art project with my students.
At 4:33pm on July 13, 2011, Sandra Archuleta said…
Stephanie, I will send your peer review later, but just wanted to say I loved the project. Nice colors.Good job for doing it alone.
At 4:29pm on July 13, 2011, Joseph Trujillo said…
Steph..good vid...hard to work alone, huh!...used good lighting...kinda shaky...background was kinda busy and distracting...good how to for students!
At 3:33pm on July 13, 2011, Dr. James M. Dennis said…
Very nice job, Stephanie.  The project message was right on.  You obviously did a good job of pre-production planning.  The scenes and script flowed smoothly.  Color was great.  Framing of shots was very effective.  There was some camera movement and loss of focus as you moved your hands and arms in and out of the scenes.  Transitions were smooth.  I enjoyed just you talking and no music.  I don't know, maybe music would have added something. Nice credits, but I did not like the white on blue background.  Lost focus on the credits. Thanks for sharing.  Jim
At 12:33pm on June 21, 2011, Stephanie Lopez said…

Here's my second assigment. Right Shot Video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rn6LsmWOMyc

At 9:22am on June 20, 2011, Arthur Carlos Serna said…
Stephanie, my MacBook does all the transitions in my videos for me.  I just pick where I want them to go, and then magic!:) There are many different types of transitions to choose from.  (Might have to download iMovie)
At 3:35pm on June 15, 2011, Joseph Trujillo said…
Great vid!!! ...I wish I had all those wanna be actors hanging around my house! You did well on the thirds...the lighting was good on the interviews, ducks but the backlighting on the oscar was too bright...sometimes hard to manage that without really thinking about it and from looking thru the camera...I kinda had the same trouble which is why I used my office and I could control the lighting...could not really do anything about my glasses tho...good work!
At 4:38pm on June 13, 2011, Stephanie Lopez said…

Here's my Video Scavenger Hunt Video! Enjoy!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5jUH40TyYw
 
 
 

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