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Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Lorem Ipsum, Part 2 of 15



Lorem Ipsum, part 2 of 15

This is part 2 of a 15-part story released in series through my videoblog. A new part will be released every few days. When the last part is released, the whole story will be available for download from this site.

This story is experimental in how it is told, but remains a traditional narrative in content. We've met Garrison in Part 1 (our photographer protagonist), who now continues his walk in the woods while thinking of Natalie, a woman who helped him photograph a bizarre documentation.

I'm very interested in feedback about the serial nature of the release, the story, the editing techniques and conventions I've used, or anything else you would like to comment on. Thanks very much for being my audience. I make video stories so that others can see them, and so I value the time you spend watching, and any response you may have.

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Blogger ZuDfunck said ... (10/19/2005 10:54 AM) : 

ZuDfunck Was Here!

 

Blogger dskippy said ... (10/19/2005 12:15 PM) : 

That was awesome. I need someone who can act like that.. Oh man, I'm jealous.
-serra

 

Blogger davidstith said ... (10/20/2005 10:22 AM) : 

it's great that in this segment, we can pause the player and really look at each frame. I'm afraid I would have missed a lot of great stuff if I didn't get to slow it down a bit, or rewatch this part.

GREAT!

 

Blogger Graham Walker said ... (10/20/2005 10:37 AM) : 

I am interested to see where this is going...

The title card stays on for a loooonng time at the start. Since you can pause video I woudl think 3-4 seconds is fine.

 

Anonymous kurtiss said ... (2/02/2006 8:21 PM) : 

The editing in this episode seemed to match the frantic nature of a networked computer. The distractions provided by your graphics and their movements definitely add to the feeling here. I found it interesting that the graphics did not move deliberately, as if they were self-motivated. They seemed much more controlled, as if I was flicking my wrist, mouse in hand, shooing menus and popups around the screen. What's more intriguing to me is the seeming contradiction between this tech-savvy editing style and Garrison's choices, which are far more organic. He adds to his art with marker and folded notebook paper, and uses what looks to be a vintage camera (could be wrong here!).

Great work; I only wish I had started watching these sooner.

 

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