Posted on 12. Nov, 2010 by Emma Klebe in Features, Multimedia, Slideshows
By Emma Klebe and Venessa Menerey
Tags: bake sale, columbus zoo, environmental club, trees, upper arlington
14. Nov, 2010
The slideshow had a good variety of pictures from before, after and during the event. There was also a good amount of ambient and natural sound, although it made the interviews harder to understand at times. The organization of the slideshow was very understandable and well done.
This was a very interesting topic for a slideshow because we see bake sales all the time at the high school, but students usually don’t know what it’s for. I remember seeing this bake sale (and seeing the huge cookies!) but I didn’t know it was for trees. How many different types of treats did the members bring? How much are they giving to plant the trees? A great slideshow!
Really good intro and conclusion. I’ve also wondered what the bake sales were for when I passed them during lunch. I like the “dollar for every tree” idea. I agree that some of the interviews were hard to understand, though the overall slideshow was great!
15. Nov, 2010
I thought that the slide show was good overall. I thought the introduction and conclusion were really solid and well developed. The only thing was that I thought some of the pictures could get a little repetitive but other then that i thought it was really great at informing the viewer about the bake sale.
I think that the slide show was very well done. It showed a different side to the back sales than what people are usually able to see. It helped illuminate the Environmental Club and bake sales in general. Good Job!
16. Nov, 2010
The flow of the sideshow and the organization were very good. The interviews were a little hard to hear but really helped to tie everything together.
This is very good! I like how you talked about what most people overlook- the purpose of the bakesale. It really makes me think more about why the bake sale is being held. Good job!
I thought you did a great job getting a variety of pictures and had a great flow. Typically I never know the reason for a bakesale so I thought that it was interesting how you reasearched that. At times it felt like your interviews were a little repeditive, but they helped explain and move the story along. Good Job!
17. Nov, 2010
This slidewhow was really well done. The pictures and interviews are interesting. Also the captions and voiceovers did a good job in further explaining the covered topic. I especially like the customer’s reactions. It was a great slideshow!
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