Posted on 20. Nov, 2012 by Becina Ganther in Multimedia, Slideshows
Tags: 2012, cafeteria, eating, food, homework, lunch, school, Students, UA, UA Rise Cafe, UAHS, upper arlington, upper arlington high school
20. Nov, 2012
Lots of examples about what people eat during lunch and what they do during lunch.
This was good, but repeated the same thing like the whole time (what kids eat for lunch). There was also no complete sentences from sources which made the whole thing really choppy
The slideshow was really choppy with the voiceovers and made it hard to understand at some points and I also felt that the content in the story is repeated over and over again, however the story was covered and it definitely showed the options that students have for lunch.
The same points were repeated and dragged out and multiple times I didn’t know who was talking. The pictures usually corresponded to what was being said pretty well.
I like how you had so many students you interview but it got distracting after awhile. They were all stacked quotes. Also the end is EXTREMELY bias and doesn’t fit your story.
Your comments from students are very repetitive. You have a lot of short choppy sentences.
You had some good action shots but I would have asked the people you interviewed to talk in complete sentences to make the slideshow more understandable. Also, I liked the constant background noise!
Some of your quotes are unnecessary, but good topic. I enjoyed watching it.
Really good topic and the audio was very good.
25. Nov, 2012
I really like how you had the noise of the cafeteria in the background throughout the slideshow. What you could’ve done differently is including who was talking because at times I couldn’t tell.
26. Nov, 2012
The background audio became somewhat annoying after a while because it was the same clip repeated over and over. The voice-overs were really good but the clips were too choppy. Overall you did a good job.
27. Nov, 2012
You interviewed a variety of people and seemed to represent everyone at the high school during lunch, whether they were packing, buying or going out to lunch. However, the interviews seemed to be really choppy and lacking information- students just continually said if they packed their lunch, or what they had in their lunch. Also, some pictures were lacking good composition. Overall, great job!
28. Nov, 2012
This was a great slideshow! I liked all of the different interviews, but they could get repetetive and choppy at times. Perhaps finding some different activities going on during lunch, like science fair work, philosophy club, etc. Including some different activities could make your slideshow less repetetive and give you more to photograph! Great job, Becina!
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