Haiku project comes
Time for poetry again
Make some videos
This weekend, we're going back to an old school Vimeo Weekend Project, Video Haiku.
Haikus are a type of Japanese poetry formed of three phrases (or lines) with a syllable structure like this:
So, for this project, your video structure should be like this:
5 second shot
7 second shot
5 second shot
You must have a haiku in the video. You can write your own haiku or use someone else's with credit. You can read the haiku or use titles to show it.
To get you going, here's our runner up winner from the last time we did this project:
Submissions are due Tuesday, May 24th at 11:59PM (EST). Submit your video to the Weekend Project Group or you won't be eligible for the contest. Please remember that only videos made specifically for this project will be considered. All submitted videos must be approved by the Vimeo Staff, so don't worry if your video does not show up at first, we'll get to it, promise! Only video shot and edited during the challenge period will be accepted.
The winner of this contest will get a free Plus account, or if you're already a Plus member, we're going to let you gift the Plus to whomever you choose (along with an extra 2.5 GBs of upload space)! The runner-up will receive an extra 1 GB of upload capacity whether Plus or not.
Good luck and have fun!
We have some winners
For the biggest project yet
Thanks for submitting
Really though, this was the biggest weekend project Vimeo has ever seen! You guys did an amazing job. 147 submissions! See them all HERE.
You guys rule!
Thanks again and have a great week!+ More from the Staff Blog Archive