Week 2... A week of tremendous amounts of learning!
Not sure how I feel about this piece.
Really felt I struggled with teaching it, committing to it, and execution. (At least I got to explore the many editing effects of Final Cut Pro - as you can see! haha)
But at the same time, when I did commit to this piece it felt quite therapeutic.
I still uploaded as I'm hoping that over time I will be able to transform my youtube into a video timeline of sorts, where I can chart growth and look back on/ remember incredible people, moments and feelings. :)
Thanks to everyone around me & everyone that came to class. Sorry I didn't get any class footage! Definitely will next week!
Thanks to Prudence Wilson for filming somewhat spontaneously after our trip to the circus!
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Feel free to checkout my Youtube Channel & like/ subscribe/ share! Or EVEN BETTER, come down and do class :)
For any enquiries - Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
(Random fact: spent a total of 10hours attempting to edit/upload this video to youtube multiple times haha :S Kind of glad it was such a struggle though and now its ending up here.)
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