Well done, Year 7!
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Year 7, you learned so many great stop motion techniques today…and you also learned a lot about team work! A great effort to get these experiments together in a short time.
The most effective technique my group used was moving the objects slowly with our hands and keeping the iPad in 1 place instead of moving it around.
In my group I would like to improve on the amount of different textures we used.
My team work well together, we tried to make it fun while we were doing the movie and gathering resources for the film.
The most effective technique in my group was to put random objects and take photo’s as we were really at a loss as to what we wanted todo. However we did eventually discover that by holding the iPad still the movie turned out a lot better.
I would like to improve the creativity in my film as it was very dull and quite random.
We didn’t work well as a group at all as we probably spent 40mins arguing about what to do and pacing back and forth trying to figure something out. After 40mins of doing nothing we began to get a bit negative about the whole idea of stop motion.
The most effective techniques our group used in the stop motion animation was adjusting and moving our items slowly to create a fluid animation. We assigned roles for each member of our group so we could work efficiently and effectively.
I would like to improve our stop motion animation by suggesting that we create more patterns.
My group worked admirably, however at times we did not agree on certain opinions. In the end we came to an agreement and made our final decision. Overall, I suppose my group worked well as a team
The most effective technique we used was getting a close up the hands so that they look like they are life sized and moving.
Trying to move ourselves away from the screen was a bit frustrating, I reckon we should be more careful next time.
Our team was collaborative and showed respect to other team member ideas. Although some minor creative differences, we managed to make a stopmotion that appealed to all of us.
The most effective technique that was used in our group was moving the snail up the tree very slowly so that it looks like it’s moving normally instead of big gaps.
I would like to improve our stop motion by keeping the iPad as still as possible and keep it at a good angle. For example, the iPad looking up at the tree from the ground.
I think our group worked well although at times we all wanted to move some objects or take photos but would have made it confusing, I definitely think our group worked well and came up with creative ideas for the video.
The most effective technique our group used was to take a little ball and make him take you around the environment.
I would like to improve the gaps, movement of the camera and feel/hands being in the movie.
I think that we didn’t work very well, we spent too much time doing other things and weren’t well at agreeing on one idea, for example one person wanted to use a ball the other wanted to use a leaf then the other wanted to use a stick and we spent too much time debating about it.
Our groups techniques wern’t very good and we struggled to get a good start. The
The things our group could improve on is our creative thinking and not arguing about we should do.
The groups team work was not great we didn’t work together as well as I planned also that we argued a lot and didn’t get much done.
The most effective technique in our group was how we had the same picture for half the video. It made the video realistic and made a bit more since when watching the I motion video
If we were to improve out video, it would be not to have rushed the las few scenes. We did many scenes at the end of the video fast and made lots of mistakes.
Overall our group did a great job at woking together and I am happy on our groups video
The most effective technique we used was keeping the iPad in the same spot and moving the objects a little bit at a time.
To improve our stop motion film I would have the duration longer and more objects in it.
We worked really well as a team. We all took in each others ideas and thought of some really cool stuff.
The most effective technique in our film is that we sometimes changed the camera angles on the snail so it won’t bore the audience when they watch our video.
I think what we should have improved on the video is that we moved the ipad too much so the video looks a bit weird because we moved the Ipad a bit too much. So next I think we should try and avoid moving the Ipad.
I think our teamwork was great but I think some of there were some areas that we needed to improve on. I think by improving our teamwork is that we should let each member in our group to take turns more on each job so everyone can do something to help the team!
The most effective techniques is that we use the blue tack and move the snail up the tree very slow so it don’t have big gaps between when we watch the film.
I would like to improve our film by in some place we can film it in a better place. We should keep the IPad one one not moving around.
Our group worked really well with our team work. Everybody had them work to do and there were not very big arguing too. I think our group’s team work is very good.