Our students have been hard at work in the digital media studio, bringing their wildlife documentary project to life.
This semester, our budding filmmakers visited the Coffs Harbour Botanic Gardens, where they captured footage of various ecosystems and wildlife habitats. From dry sclerophyll forests to the lush wet ferny forests and the mangroves, our students were given the chance to explore and document the incredible diversity of nature right in our own backyard.
In the digital media studio, our students were introduced to the Adobe Premiere Pro editing suite. They immersed themselves in the world of video editing, and transformed their raw footage into engaging and informative documentaries. It was a wonderful opportunity for them to acquire valuable skills and unleash their creativity.
One of the most exciting parts of this project was the narration. Our students recorded their own voices, narrating the footage they filmed at the Botanic Gardens. The documentaries they've created will not only showcase stunning visuals but also offer valuable insights into the ecosystems they explored. From Powerful owls to the Koalas to Bush Turkeys, our students captured the essence of these creatures in their natural habitats.
Lastly, we want to give a special mention to Dara, Macy, Will, Bella, Ariana, and Charlie. These students showed exceptional dedication and creativity throughout the project, producing amazing results. We're incredibly proud of their hard work and the quality of their documentaries.
Congratulations to all our students who participated in this project! Thank you to the Coffs Harbour City Council for making this experience possible.
Stay tuned for the release of our Allegra School wildlife documentaries on YouTube. We look forward to sharing the wonders of our local ecosystems with you all!