I am not a fan of the term “ugly“. Yes, I am guilty for having said the word, just like everyone else. However, as I have gotten older, I do not see the need for such a word.
I don’t think I can look at a person and think he or she is ugly. Honestly, I think that the majority of people have a good heart. I love observing people’s personalities. And from my observations I have found that if one is truly a rude person, their pessimism shines through 90 percent of the time.
The personality reflects the beauty behind the physical. The quality of the human heart is more important than a pretty face and an empty head.
Haha, oh, goodness! Look at me throwing these cliches around. Forgive me, I just wanted to express my feelings on this subject. And for more expression, below is a video of my freinds and family and their opinons on beauty. Enjoy. : )
This video was my second experiment with video filming and editing. I chose this topic on video-games because it’s a hobby my brother and his friends spend a lot of time with. I used my parents, brother and, of course, my brother’s friends for the interviews. In each clip I used the big mic and the camera stand.
When I edited the four clips, it was difficult to cut each of them down to make a 30 second movie. There was a lot more I wanted to include. However, it was a good challenge!
My original idea was to film my brother demonstrating the technique of how to shoot a basketball. But it was raining all day, so video-games became my last minute alternative! My goal for my original idea to use different angle perspectives for the shoot. For example, my ideas were:
- First clip: My brother shooting the basketball into the hoop.
- Second clip: Zoom the camera in on my brother’s hands; which would be demonstrating the position one’s hands should be on the ball before shooting.
- Third clip: My brother demonstrating correct body technique before shooting the ball.
- Fourth clip: My brother shooting the ball again, in slow motion, so that the viewer could get a sense of the correct technique when shooting a basketball. (Note: I would’ve used slow-motion effect).
This idea would have given me practice with filming at angles. This is something I plan to eventually educate myself on!