Muddling through the blogosphere

December 23, 2007
by blogwalker

Digital Storytelling How To’s: Three New Favorites

One of the projects I’ll be delving into big time come the New Year is the DOLCHE project, with its focus on filmmaking in the classroom. In addition to providing teachers and students with links to inspiring samples of digital storytelling, I’m also seeking how-to tutorials on all steps of filmmaking. Here are the first three in what I hope will be a growing list of resources:

  1. Dean Shareski‘s video on how to easily and cheaply incorporate green screen technology into movie making (well, Pinnacle or Premiere Elements, not iMovie or Movie Maker 2) –
  2. Marco Torres‘s DV Underground tips on Big Lighting, Little Money – One trip to Home Depot and your lighting will have that “pro feel” – media/lighting_tips.pdf
  3. Clay Burrel‘s Cut the Crap – This is a “twofer”: His first tutorial provides tips on how to incorporate – legally – music, video, and image copyright issues from Creative Commons growing resources. Nice little tutorial on what the CC terms mean. And I like his tutorial on how to effectively use iMovie’s Ken Burns effect too –
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