Experiment in Nonprint Presentation

The Experiment in Nonprint Presentation that I made is about how people are obsessed with Facebook, and how it is taking over their lives. This video helps the audience realize that Facebook is grasping us so hard into a whirlwind that we are blind to it all. This video will tell the audience how much we are on Facebook, and how it is affecting the lives on not only oneself, but others, too. When creating this video, I made the choices I did with pictures and music to get the attention of the reader. The aspect that surprised me about creating this video was that I had to screenshot a lot of the images that are in the video, which took some time and creativity. The artistic and rhetorical parts of creating this video that surprised me was that I had to be smart about where and what I put in the video in order to get the message across. Creating my own video made me realize how difficult it was to make it to be 4 minutes. From this project, I learned from taking screenshots, and from making it all flow, that it takes time and effort to make a video that really connects to the audience, and has the viewer realize the message and main idea of the video. Overall, this video will hopefully help the audience with helping them understand that Facebook isn’t as great as it seems.



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