Hi! Welcome back to my site for another blog. This week we only have to do a free blog, and I'll be doing it on one of my favorite YouTube channels of all time, Team Edge. I really like this channel because they really do creative stuff and venture off from kind of mainstream things like video games and play things like board games sometimes and mostly make up some of their own games. For example, one of my favorite videos is don't hit the human. You gather points from not hitting the person, and if you do you get points deducted. All of their videos seem so upbeat, energetic, and always so happy. I think one reason for this is that they always seem to be enjoying themselves, and the casual jokes in there just make it all the better. I would definitely watch them if I were you. They also have other channels so you can get more of that action in other places. Well that's it for this blog. I'll see you in the next one. Bye!
Here is their latest Don't Hit the Human Challenge
Hi! Welcome back to my site for another blog. This week we have to write about the top three things I learned in media. The most important thing I learned is that procrastination always kills you, no matter what, hard work pays off, and the more you put in, the better the outcome. Those were my three things I learned this year in media. Now let's get into it.
Procrastination always kills you. I learned this the hard way because I always procrastinate and wait till the past minute for almost anything. I put work to the side to do other things, and then I forget to have to do something and I usually remember when it is the last minute. For example, this blog was late because I forgot I had to do it and just remembered about it when I was in bed already. Procrastination is a really bad habit I've gotten into, and I've had this habit my whole life and it's a hard on to shake.
Another lesson I learned is that hard work pays off. For example, I went to almost every fundraiser and only had to pay a small amount when we had to pay for the trip. This shows that hard work can quite literally "pay off."
The third lesson I learned is that the more you put in, the better the outcome. This is kind of like hard work pays off where the harder you work, the more you get out of your work. If you don't put any work, chances are you'll get a bad grade, but if you put all this time and effort into it, you'll most likely get a good grade.
Well those were the three things I learned in media this school year, procrastination always kills you, no matter what, hard work pays off, and the more you put in, the better the outcome. This was a really fun and stressful school year, but I learned a lot and had a great experience. That's the end of this blog. I'll see you in the next one. Bye!
Hi! Welcome back to my site for another blog. This week’s blog topic is about what video we are going to show for the family night video and why. I’m going to be showing Carter and my 2nd STN practice. I’m going to be showing this because it really got me into thinking about what it would be like in the real competition, that unexpected things could happen, and we just have to be prepared for anything.
I’m going to be showing our 2nd STN practice because it got me thinking how it would be in the real competition. In this practice we had to find a story about patience. In the first hour, we couldn’t find a story because everybody we asked would reject us because they were either too busy, or didn’t have the authority to let us film. This was very frustrating and really got me into thinking that things didn’t always go as planned. We had to go to our last resort and only had about an hour to film.
This also taught me that unexpected things could happen at anytime. During the time we were recording B-roll, the weather changed. In the first half of the time we were filming, the weather was okay, but it seemed like it was going to rain. Then while we were packing up it started to drizzle, and by the end of packing up it was raining way more than before.
We have to be prepared for anything that might happen such as equipment issues. We have to prepare for things such as packing extra batteries and making sure our equipment works. If we don't, then we are just chancing it and we're not 100% all our gear is ready to go and we have extra precautions.
I decided to show our 2nd STN practice video because in the making of the video, it taught me a lot about the experience we might have in the real competition. It really got me into thinking about what it would be like in the real competition, that anything could happen, and we just have to be prepared for anything. Well that's it for this blog. I'll see you in the next one. Bye!