This is a mockumentary of the equipment check out room at Seattle Central Creative Academy, starring Ed Harrington.
I shot this over the course of 2 days and it took me 2-3 days to edit. I had a blast and Ed was such a good sport. Hope you enjoy.
Directed/Edited/Filmed by Elizabeth ogle
This video is about taking an everyday process and putting sadistic spin on it. I was inspired by the opening sequence of Dexter and a local video production company, Shep Films.
Thank you Aaron at Seattle Fish Co. for your cooperation and I hope you like it.
I should have known that I would be into motion video before I went into the Seattle Central Creative Academy because this was the first thing I made with my 5D Mark III. A stop motion video. Again, we all have to start somewhere and again I started in my basement. Of course, I see flaws in this but I include this on my channel because it gives me great feeling of accomplishment and I want to share it. It is the very first projects that keep us going to improve for the future projects. Also, I swear my proof reading has improved for exporting final videos. :D
Along with story, soundtrack is very important to me. I love when classical music is overlaid on the story to heighten comedy.
Shot over the course of three days, one bag of Oreos (many eaten), edited in three days. Enjoy.
This is my first stop motion video. You gotta start somewhere and I started in my basement with a left sock and an idea. Shot over the course of six hours and edited in two days. This was a great learning experience in storyboarding, animation, and editing.
Thank you Chris Eng for helping me, more than you know.
This video is another group project. We were given the assignment to promote a program at Seattle Central Community College and we were lucky to get the Culinary program. This project was blast and here, yet again, is another video I edited.
Motion and stills by Elizabeth Ogle and Meryl Alcabes.