Sep '06 - Dec '09
My video blogs will compromise of mostly interviews until studio and desk crits begin to take off. I will try not to edit these recordings in order to give you the real experience not a scripted one. It's wierd when you film people. Their posture changes and tones of voices become more refined. Not true with Elbert but he was nervous.
The first week back usually entails registration problems and re-awakenings from the winter break; which I’m currently experiencing. I'm not in studio as of today but I sure hope to be by tommorrow morning. In the mean time I decide to expand Hampton’s studio classroom even more by launching "Bemis Thoughts"
They are a collection of Hampton student blogs linked to each other, one from each year. Feel free to explore their thoughts as well. If anybody can recommend an affordable movie editing software I would appreciate it. I ‘m currently using Windows movie maker. The bare minimum. I would like some more editing options but my studio software must come first. I’ve looked at some free software but they don’t offer the editing option I’m looking for. I leave you with an interview with Elbert Whitefield, a first year student discussing one of his weekly studio design exercises.