I do, there is a free service but I pay a bit in order to get more space which means I can upload more/bigger videos. I got it as a free trial and then decided to keep it as I quite like having the option of uploading longer videos if I want to.
We were tasked with looking on Vimeo and choosing one video we liked most.
For me, it was this video. I liked how the artist/creator of the video used creativity to base the video around the life and learning of a robot.
I liked that it showed you from the robot’s point of view, letting you see from his perspective as he learns more about how humans move and work before trying it all out for himself.
I also likked the friendship between the human and the robot.
I liked the use of bright colours, it kept my eyes trained on the video for longer and I enjoyed the looping music, I didn’t realise it was in my head until I stopped the video and found myself humming the music still! The video left me smiling and I enjoyed the use of creativity the most from this video.
We were tasked to look for a video on the app/website Vimeo and for this task I found the video “Input/Output”.
This video puts a spin on how we perceive things. You think you expect what’s going to happen in the output, but it turns out to be different from what you expect.
What I liked about the video:
I liked the change of scenes as it doesn’t have the one same person or scenery. And this adds contrast to the video especially when all the scenes are placed into view.
I liked the use of stop motion and special effects as it added a level of surrealism and comedy. With these effects put into place it also allows us to think of the scenes as other-world-like as it shows the unnatural.
And finally, I liked the composition of only moving objects with the camera still, as I believe it adds more to the comedic effect.