A group of young filmmakers from Glenwood High School and Ryde Public School visited the Adobe Sydney office to work with me on a video production Masterclass on November 15.
These students were selected as part of the 2019 NSW Adobe Have a Voice project which aims to provide NSW students (in Years 4 to 9) with an opportunity to collaborate, and have a voice (through video or animation) about something that is important to them and enhance their 21st century communication and creative problem solving skills.
During this masterclass event the student shared the videos that they had made during the year with each other and we chatted about what was great about them and what could have been done to possibly make them even better.
We also looked at a range of video capture and editing techniques that will help enhance future video projects.
Then we introduced the students to Adobe’s amazing new video editing app Premiere Rush
Here are some of the videos that were shared …
Ryde Public School
Get into sport
Glenwood High School
This video is rated PG – not recommended for primary age students.
A special congratulations to the 15 NSW Department of Education schools who were involved in the Adobe Have a Voice project this year. We are looking forward to having you involved again in the future.