Hey guys! So this week's blog is going to be a free blog. I'm am going to be sharing this video with you, about 5 tips to take better photos on your iPhone. Now for some of you, this might not even matter because some of it is kinda obvious. But there's a few tips, where simple things like pressing a button, can make your photo look that much better. This might be helpful to older adults too, who maybe got a new iPhone. It shows some cool stuff you can do with your iPhone, to take better photos. After all, you spent quite a bit of money for it. Might as well try to get as much out of it as you can. Well I don't want to spoil it for you, watch it down below. Thanks for reading!
Hey guys! So, this week's blog topic is about what three thing did we learn throughout this class. Now this is partly why I like this class. You learn about a lot more things than just media. We do many different things in this class like fundraising, charity work, and talking to other people for Inside Scoops and news stories, just to name some. Here are my three.
First of all, I have really learned to talk to other people more. In the future I'm going to have to talk many adults and strangers. I feel that this class really helps with. Talking to businesses for fundraisers and talking to people to see if we could do a story on them all helps. It's a life lesson that I will forever hold on too.
Another lesson I've learned is how to be leader to get things done. Let me tell you, last year and this year in media was way different. I felt a lot of pressure this time around because I had to step up a be the leader this time. I have overcome many of those challenges in this class. And I"m happy to know how to be a leader and get things done for the rest of my life now.
Lastly, I have learned how to make new friends. This probably doesn't make much sense at first, but coming into this class I practically didn't know anybody but Mia very well. I knew Kai and Aron but we all weren't that close. Anyways, I didn't know much people, but this class brought us all together into one ohana. It has taught me that we all can be friends if we just embrace each other. Even the people that left last year, I still hold on to their friendships and talk to them every so often when I see them. This is probably one of the most important one. I did don't chose these people to be in my class, and in the future you can't chose who you work with. I have learned that becoming friends with them and embracing with them is the best possible option.
In conclusion, I have learned many lessons through out my two years in media, but these were probably my top three. They are all very important to me, that we will take with me throughout my whole life. Thanks for reading!
Hey guys! So this week's blog topic is about what video we are going to show at family night and why. If you didn't know, at the end of every school year. Our media group holds a family night to end the year. We have dinner and then we show a video that we worked on that year. I want to share my PSA for these three reasons.
First of all, I want to show my PSA because it was the best grade I've gotten for a video I did, by myself. This video was something I worked hard on by myself which I'm proud of. It made me feel really good when I finished it and later on saw the grade I got for it.
Second of all, I worked really, really hard on getting this PSA right. It took me a couple of story changes to get the final script. In total, I had 4 scripts, but they were all different in a way with the story. This video started out with a pretty different story than what it is now. But with some help from Mr.M, I finally got the 4th script approved and I was able to start filming.
Lastly, I want to show this PSA because I was really happy with the topic I chose. For me, personally, I hate it when people leave lights on for unnecessary reasons. My little sister always leaves the bathroom lights on and I always have to yell at her to turn it off. This video is a good example of how you can help remind your friends and family to simply turn off the lights when they're not needed.
In conclusion, for family night I want to share my family night video because I worked hard on it by myself, it took me a while to get it right, and it's a good example of how to remind others to turn off lights they're not using. Thanks for reading!
My name is Kirra and I am a 7th grader in the CKMS Media Productions class.