This week in class we were instructed to practice our new video interviewing skills. I took this opportunity to practice on someone very special to me.
Sunday is the birthday of one of the most important people in my life, my mom. I decided to interview her about past birthday's because last year our family did something very special.
I learned quickly why you never want to interview family. She was constantly telling me what to do, even though I am the one who has learned how to do this stuff. She was also way too comfortable in telling me how she hated the closeness of the camera. Lastly, I got frustrated more easily when she wasn't giving me the responses I wanted. Finally after many, many takes I finally got something I could use.
So, here is my first practice at setting up a video interview.
While in this clip it may look like it was a simple interview process, that was not the case. With that being said, I have taken the time to create a short video of some bloopers my mom and I laughed about quite a bit. Enjoy!
Working with Video- Tidymom's Birthday
Friday, March 4, 2016
Posted by Allison
Hey! I'm Allison, very laid back person who embraces imperfection. I believe it's truly what makes life interesting. I am currently an undergraduate student at the University of Missouri-Columbia and, I look forward to all of the adventures that this next chapter of my life will consist of. I know this imperfectly messy journey will take me right where I need to be. When its all said and done I hope to have a strategic communications degree with an emphasis in public relations to show for all my hard work, sweat, and tears. I have created this blog for the purpose of my J2150 class