Hey guys! This is the very last posting you will see from me as we have now seen the end of this great semester. As a result, you guys will get to watch my favorite video that I have filmed for this class and, inevitably, the one I am most proud of.
This was most definitely not the easiest video to film. Throughout the course of these last three weeks, I have been panicking over my lack of B-roll and the amount of time that Professor Diaz was able to offer (she is an incredibly busy woman nearing finals..I do not blame her a bit and I am beyond grateful for what she did help me with). Moreover, there is very little information about the woman ANYWHERE and very little proof whatsoever that she even exists on the internet – something that baffles me beyond belief.
The B-roll that I did get was all shot in one class and, while maybe a little bit dull, I felt that was the best way to represent Professor Diaz. She was in her natural setting, wearing one of her infamous unique shirts, speaking with students about their articles and advising them on how to take next steps. There was no better environment to put her in nor to see her in.
I chose Emily DiSalvo for the additional interview because she has worked one-on-one with Professor Diaz plenty in the course of this last semester and, I have the class with them both. DiSalvo respects Professor Diaz a great deal and I thought that her thoughts would best represent how we all feel about our journalism professor and adviser.
There was truly no better way to finish up this rockin-and-rollin semester than this interview right here. I felt that my product accurately represented how far that I have come in the course of this last five months and I hope that growth shows, both off and on screen