Tuesday, September 26, 2006

SportsVlog - Episode 2

Allright, here we go with episode number two! I look forward to hearing any feedback, and please, no comments on the hair. I know I need a haircut.


Blogger Josh said...

That was great. It was nice to see your fun side in this post. I really like the idea of interactivity as far as commenters giving tips. Sadly, I have none, because I suck at sports.

And good selection on the music, Yakkety Sax makes everything funny.

My word confirmation gmrxm. What makes me think, "Grandman Rocks 'Em". I wonder what that means.

1:13 PM  
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2:45 PM  
Blogger orchidtheaf said...

Quite enjoyable. I liked that you addressed "comments" in the post. Can't help you with technique, i bet noone in the class can, sorry man. You looked great to me though. Ahh yes, music good, and speed of motion...appropriate. It was funny to watch you in this postion.

3:57 PM  
Blogger Seth Diehl said...

I really enjoyed watching you hit the baseballs, you really have that down to a craft. as for the other sports I dont know what I could say to help you, I am no good at them, so I probably woulnt be much help. but I definatly could tell a change from your first post. closer and more one on one with the viewer.

9:27 PM  
Blogger Matt said...

Yeah, can't help you with your technique, except it might help if someone actually pitched the ball to you.
As for the video, I thought it was well put together, kept my attention, and the speed changes were a nice touch.

11:18 AM  
Blogger bluerose said...

Yay Yakkety Sax! I wish I could offer you sports advice, but I'm not really any good at sports myself :) I really liked this blog, it was a lot of fun watching you play different sports. You also did a really good job connecting with viewers with the way you approached each sport.

12:54 PM  
Blogger zach kmiec said...

I still shoot basketballs from the stomach-area. Don't really know how I would play baseball without a tee, but as far as golf is concerned, My grandpa once told me "imagine a dotted line, going straight from your ball to da hole." I dunno if that helps any.

Great post! winsome, good-humored, and interesting.
Settle down, your hair's fine.

12:52 AM  
Blogger chris weagel said...

I think you should've broken this up into three separate posts. Focused on one sport each.

Another idea would've been to use a second camera man. Not always possible, but it would've allowed you to get more detailed shots.

There's a lot of visual potential with sports, keep that in mind when shooting.

Chris Weagel

9:44 PM  

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