So, final week, final blog? Funny how the first module went by so fast, and even funnier how at first we had absolutely no clue about how to help our NGO and now we even have almost the final video made (or at least in the making). This class has been a long journey in which we have learned a lot of things, and I think the first of them all is learning to listen to others opinions and leaning how to deal with them to get the best out of it. We were able to do a good team work (we didn’t kill each others, at least not yet haha).
During the free week and this week we started working on the final video we are presenting to our NGO, our teachers and the whole class. Tuesday was recording day, so we spent all day at university recording parts of the video and taking a bunch of pictures to do our stop motion. I was in charge of asking random people at university to interview them, it was pretty fun because I had to shake my fear off and talk to complete strangers and ask them favours. I was also able to see how my team mates took the pictures for the stop motion, and this was super exciting for me because it was the first time I saw the whole process in the making. Stop motion requieres a lot of time and a lot of patience, but in the end it’s definitely worth it! we already have so footage put together and it’s awesome! I fell in love with this technique and I will try to use what I learned here for my personal branding pitch movie :)
source: teamwork. pictures from our stop motion video.
So, this will be the last post before the presentation of the video and even though I’m happy that all our work is coming to an end, I am also sad because I enjoyed the time spent with my group (even when we were super stressed haha). Anyways, I hope you all like this post, and our video next week :)
Thanks for reading!