How’s that for timing? Last Thursday I feature the underwater storytelling of Tony Wu, on Friday I make a case that we should embrace the opportunities of learning multimedia on the job, and then today I hear from Wu. “I’ve been offline for a while,” he writes. “I was in the midst of editing this.”
“This” lead me to Wu’s “Adventures with Craig” blog post, which features his latest video, “Captain Craig,” a project which required Wu to head into uncharted waters with Final Cut Pro. “This is the first time I’ve edited anything with Final Cut Pro and Motion,” Wu notes in his post, and asks us cut him some slack regarding aspects of his video that might need improvement.
Cut some slack? Huh??? The piece is great – successful in terms of what might be considered “traditional multimedia journalism,” but which also focuses on the more “cinematic experience” that Ian Shive told me about.
Dangerous, Uncharted, Satisfying Waters