The photo haiku was a project that used traditional Japanese haikus to express a concept statement that we were given. Haikus consists of three lines. The first line is five syllables, the middle is seven, and the last is five syllables. In the video, we used Adobe Premiere Pro to project our poem and our picture for the poem.
Using Premiere Pro for the first time, I learned a lot of tricks to make my video better. I liked going through font websites and looking through the fonts that fit my needs. I learned about cross fade so my text can fluidly come in and out of the video.
Exquisite Corpse Poem Video
The exquisite corpse poem was created with a group of 10 in my English class. It started with one person writing a line of poetry, the next person would write another line based on the first person’s line and fold the paper over so that only his line shows, the next person would write a line based on the pervious line, fold over the old line, and so on.
With After Effect, I could make a title page that had text flow in and out. I also learned how to fade the images in and out so that the overall flow of the video would be better. I enjoyed the effects that I could add to the poem to make it better.
Blend Modes are easy tools on Photoshop that allow for photos to become better and create emphasis on specific things.
Through this blend modes project, I was able to edit pictures of all sorts and edit them through Photoshop. Photoshop is a great tool to adjust photos subtly. I learned how to create the perfect photo from my camera yet but if I can’t achieve the wanted shot, Photoshop is a great tool to better my photo.