Video Assignment #1: Vine it!


Please view my vine at the following link: Vine1

This was a tricky assignment. With only six seconds of video, it doesn’t leave a whole lot of time for creativity. But in my opinion, I managed ok! This Vine video is a very accurate depiction of my daily life. I have spent the majority of the past few years being a student and a waitress at Home Team Grill right next to UMW. Although serving has been a great experience (most of the time!), I am excited to move on to the next stage of my life!

I found Vine very easy and accessible to use. Once I had downloaded the app, it took me through a complete tutorial on how you properly use it! It was very manageable and I had a lot of fun experimenting with different combinations of clips. It was hard to chose the shot because I could only include a few, but I knew I had to have a cup of steaming coffee in there. Coffee has become my lifeblood since taking on summer classes and remaining a part time waitress at HTG.

This Vine video assignment also sparked an idea within me. I really want to put together a video of my fellow servers imitating their most annoying customer requests and complaints. I think it would be really funny for people to see the ridiculous things some people ask. It might even shock you!

My Process:


I used the Vine application and Vine application tutorial to learn the ropes of this fun program! Like I said before, I experimented with a great deal of other 6-second long videos, but the one I posted was definitely my favorite!

One thought on “Video Assignment #1: Vine it!”

  1. I really enjoyed your video! It’s great that you put so much time into what shots you wanted to use. I also did this assignment, and I agree is was weird trying to fit everything into such a short time span! But I think you did a good job!
    I also this it’s cool that this assignment sparked an idea for another video project you can do! I think a video of that kind would be hilarious, I’m sure that you guys have the best stories. Hopefully you can incorporate that video into this class somehow, because I would love to see it!

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