I’m A Jounalist, Not An Actor

As videoblogginweek2007 continues, Irina discovers being a journalist isn’t what she expected….

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4 Responses to “I’m A Jounalist, Not An Actor”

  1. Francisco Says:

    This Vloggies show was just added to my RSS 2.0 feeds. I followed your post from the Yahoo Videobloggers messeges, watched a couple of vlog entries through the same window using the player’s scrollbar, clicked on the header to get to the main page, and watched some more vlog entries as flash. This is all within the past week. I checked out the electric co. podcast about lowspeed cars too. Your vlog kind of follows the tradition of GETV because it doesn’t get angry & opinionated about politics or religion. It’s happy, tongue in cheek, stuff about people around technology. I thought the post about camera angles was succinct and funny. I think John Berger wrote about viewing angles in portraits in Ways of Seeing. The royalty had the “look down angle” and working class people possessed the subservient faithful eyes and gait.

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