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Create a Video Photo Story

Nikolay Tchaouchev for Life, for Schools, Higher Education, News & Features, Schools (K-12)

One of the most common video projects is a photo story, and now with support for multiple drag and drop of clips, and Ken Burns Feature, creating one is easier than ever. Here is a quick guide to show you how to create an engaging photo story: Step 1  Prepare assets Gather the photos and graphics that you’ll use in your …

Personal Narrative and Digital Storytelling with WeVideo [Part 2]

Diana Madrigal for Life, for Schools, Higher Education, Schools (K-12)

This is part 2 of our Personal Narrative and Digital Storytelling quick guide series. Read part 1 in our series. Record narration Now that you’ve finished writing your script, it is time to prepare the story elements. A personal digital narrative is driven by the voice of the storyteller so recording a clean and clear audio is key. You can use …

WeVideo at The Center For Digital Storytelling

Personal Narrative and Digital Storytelling with WeVideo [Part 1]

Diana Madrigal for Life, for Schools, Higher Education, Schools (K-12)

Everyone has a story to tell. They range from a funny anecdote, a special moment in our lives, a complicated chapter in our journey or a simple “day in the life”.  But finding a compelling way to share it, that’s a different story. Remembering all the details can be quite challenging. You can easily get caught up in the sequence …

Tanya Gets a Pony

How to Tell a Story With Video (and a Pony)

Nikolay Tchaouchev for Life, for Schools, Higher Education, Schools (K-12)

One of the hardest things for beginning video storytellers to do is figure out what makes a good story “work”. Sure, you may love Star Wars, but it isn’t until you understand “why” you like it, that you can begin to make video stories that people actually like. I’m not saying every video you make has to be perfect, you’ll …