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Adobe Tools in the Making of Legendary Skateboarder Danny Way Documentary, "Waiting for Lightning"
Show: Adobe at NAB 2013
See how the video pros behind "Waiting for Lightning" used high-performance Adobe post-production tools to document the life of Danny Way, one of the world’s most visionary skateboarders. This presentation will cover Bandito Brothers’ digital workflows which relied on After Effects, Adobe Premiere Pro, and other Adobe Creative Cloud tools to tell the story about how much abuse the body can sustain, how deep you have to dig to survive family troubles, and how high and far dreams can fly.
Beal Adobe Youth Voices UNICEF Challenge
H.B. Beal Secondary School has been the major technical secondary school in London, Ontario, Canada since the year 1912. In that time, Beal has established itself as being at the forefront of practical, hands-on education. The school has always welcomed those eager to learn, even those whom other schools discarded. For over 50 years, Beal has also been the leader in Broadcasting Education across Southwestern Ontario. However, recently, due to limited funding and an economy that is getting poorer and poorer, Beal’s broadcasting program, “BTV”, is falling behind. In order to prevent this, BTV is teaming up with local news station, Rogers TV, to create a show for youth, about youth, and produced by youth. This is quite exciting for the students enrolled in the program, but with funds being at their current level, the show seems due to fail. Both those at Beal and those at Rogers TV believe that this youth-oriented television show is vital to improving conditions in a city with a 9.1% unemployed rate (2% more than the Canadian average). At Beal, approximately 25% of the student population is high-risk, and almost 5% of the students live on their own (the highest across the school board). With tv segments that will talk about youth issues such as drug abuse, food preparation, and mental health issues, we believe that we can be a great aid to these students as well as youth all across the viewership.
Let's Care More!
Signs of domestic violence are not always recognized...Sometimes, they might be hidden, covered with a happy face.If we take a closer look, perhaps we will be able to notice the abuse and, hopefully, stop it! Violence against women and girls exists, we all know that, but how many of us do something about it? Daily abused women and girls all over the world suffer in silence, thinking it's fair to be treated like that...Do we think it's fair too? Let's care more!
Gone - CPS
Thousands of children in Africa are abducted into war every year by corrupt soldier militias. These child soldiers are placed into extremely violent situations and girls are frequently abused and forced into unimaginably heinous acts. As 8th grade students living in Chicago, we felt we could most greatly help children forced into warfare by publicizing a story that has been repeated throughout the world far too many times. We intend this piece for other teenage children like ourselves as well as adults who may be unaware of these atrocities. This piece is prominently displayed on our school’s online digital showcase.
We chose the topic of teen to parent relationships to focus on because we wanted to show how important teens and parents’ relationships really are. We wanted to show that parents’ roles in teens’ lives are necessary in order for teens to graduate from high school and become successful individuals. According to the statistics that we researched, teens without parents are twice as likely to drop out of school, become drug addicts or engage in sexual activity at an early age. Children who die from abuse or neglect or poverty are usually parentless. We want our peers to know that it is important to have a good relationship with their parents. We used statistics and individual interviews of teens that have distinguished relationships with their parents. The interviewees weren’t afraid to show their true emotions, which helped get the message across. Although the students were sensitive towards the topic, they were still willing to be openly honest and show true emotion because they know the importance of the issue as we do. We want others to see that the relationship between a parent and a teen is important because it influences us on whether we will be come strong individuals in the future and be successful or not. We want others to make an effort on improving their relationship between either their parents, or their own kids. We learned that every student responded differently, yet they still felt it was a strong topic. We also learned some interesting stories about our peers.