Assalamualaikum, and hi again.
So far, this week’s class had been the most informative and intense. First, we were reminded about our class photography trip. Dr.Rosseni told us that Dr Khalid had booked a bus, and we will need to decide a place for our outing. I had Penang in mind, but my other classmates seems indecisive. Never mind, this one could wait. Why Penang? For me, Penang is a unique place to be, a melting pot of culture. And I believe that there will be many interesting things waiting to be captured by our lens, there.
After a brief lecture about instructional design, we were instructed to construct our storyboard for our video trip. My group and I decided on a video about a foodie trip to Melaka.
The premise revolves around multiculturalism and food. We aimed to find best hawker foods in Melaka, but the problem/challenge is where to find halal version of them? Afif, my groupmate will act as the
Yes, suddenly one of our group members had a box of crayons. Feel like a little kid, all over again.
And here’s the video of our very first pitching.
At first, everything seems okay. But after the presentation, it seems like we need to alter our storyboard more because we found some problems.First, the proposed story doesn’t have a specific climax, which will affect the flow of the story, thus the plot feels flat.Next, due to time constraints, we suddenly realised that we can’t make it to Melaka to shoot the video. We need to adjust the storyboard to make the video shooting process easier, and more impactful
For this week, I’d learnt that making a good video is not as easy as picking up a video camera and hit the “REC” button. Behind the scene, before the camera starts rolling, good and thorough preparation is needed. After all, how can we deliver the message of our video if the overall end result is not satisfying?