Have a conversation with yourself! Film yourself talking, then change clothes, hair styles, etc and then film the other half of the convo.

Edit this in any movie editor program (tutorial below with Adobe Premiere) To overlap the two scenes so that you are talking to yourself! Play around, to figure out the most efficient way! Also, timing is everything in this! Make sure when talking to leave breaks for your other self to respond!

Featured image: Talking To Myself by Poldavo (Alex) via Attribution Engine. Licensed under CC BY-SA.

Assignment from the DS106 Assignment Bank submitted by Kelli Wisbauer.

Example for "Have A Conversation With Yourself":
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZun9wJjxOg

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3 Responses Completed for this Challenge

  • Principal Dannie (The World of Advertising)

    For this assignment, I was challenged to clone myself into having a conversation with myself (haha). This challenge was by far the hardest, because I did not have access to a proper video camera (it was filmed on my android… Continue Reading →

  • A (way too real) conversation with myself (Vanessa Zielinski)

    It’s no surprise, I like a challenge. When an idea resonates in my head, it does not leave me alone until I at least attempt it and that’s exactly what this is: an attempt to an idea that stuck with me. I feel like this assignment was made for me. As I was brainstorming for … Continue reading “A (way too real) conversation with myself”

  • Arguments With Myself (My Blah’g)

    This was fun. Challenging, but fun. Like the rest of Adobe Suite, I haven’t messed with this program. I spent a LOT of time watching videos on how to do this, and going back and watching them again. The good thing is, I feel like I actually learned some things, not just regurgitated what I … Continue reading Arguments With Myself

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