On Monday I was invited to the culture maven, HeadButler’s apartment to give a video lesson to his ten year old daughter and her friend. Could I keep the attention of two ten year olds who wanted to make music videos? I pulled out my secret weapon: The Disney Channel. Five minutes watching their favorite show and they learned how films are made — wide, medium, and close-up shots, mostly static, very steady! In an hour they’d made their first films, start to finish.
Click the link to watch their films and read the HeadButler.com review. Jesse ends it by saying:
“Yes, Roger Sherman can help you make a great Bar Mitzvah video. He can teach you how to make a wedding video for the ages. Immortalizing the birth of a child? Can do.
What Roger Sherman can also give you — or your kids, at least — along the way strikes me as even more important: a quick, easy victory over everything in your life than makes you think “I can’t.” You can. And you can jump-start that process with something as simple as a 10-shot video.”