In tonight's session, Tim was joined by:
Brett covered how he utilises Adobe Premiere Elements to create videos with his students. The thing I found the most interesting in his live demonstration was how clearly he explained, described and demonstrated how to negotiate the menus to find features such as a green screen effect.
Steven then joined us with a presentation based on Pecha Kucha 20x20; a simple Japanese methodology for presentation where you show 20 images, speaking to each for 20 seconds only.
This was another really enjoyable session, where I took time to appreciate the different styles and approaches of the Educators who share in the Adobe Education Community and Inject Creativity Live. My own presentation is on the 1st July 2020, so I have a lot to think about and prepare - especially if I want to stick to my 20 minute timeslot.
My Spark Video submission can be viewed below - this particular submission was created in 30 minutes. While I was enjoying the presentations, I used my video to create some notes for future reference.
Note: This video was created using Adobe Spark, and the audio has a few issues; I completed no post-production, so the levelling and audio quality isn't where I would normally like it. Still, not bad for 30 minutes.
Also, you can hear my dog chewing on a toy in the background ;)
My day job includes designing, developing, writing, copy editing, creating and delivering training resources for staff and students (including video capture/editing and voice over/other post-production work for multi-modal resources). In my spare time, I like to take pretty pictures.