Sunday, July 25, 2010

"Sex Room" the (real)mix



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1 comment:

  1. You did a very good job with this project. The message was clear and that’s the most important part of the assignment.
    Your use of text to explain the transitions was good- and it made it so much easier to understand the point you were making because you included the transitional statements.

    The issues I noticed were minor, but could certainly be used to improve the already fabulous job you did.
    1. The images of what the artists thought when they created the song and video could have been a much shorter segment.
    2. If you include issues of abuse (child/women/non-trafficking related) you should probably include that in one of the transition slide explanations
    3. The credits flew by (without music) is there any way to slow them down, use less time on the initial images of what Songz & Ludacris presented, and then keep the music from the song going?
    Can one of you email me this video (as an attachment to the email)?
    Well done!
    :o)
    Jessie

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