Category Archives: Color correction

One Year On: A Report

When The Media Show had been in production for about a year, AfterEd TV’s managers asked me to write up a summary of the past year. This was what I wrote, covering production, publicity, and distribution. Note that our take on YouTube and deviantArt has changed in the year since.

Look at the episodes before and after this document. Did we manage to make the appropriate changes? Which parts of this assessment were correct, and which do you think were off-base?

Production

Weekly production may be overrated.

By now, we have a good, if small, core of subscribers on YouTube and followers on Facebook. A large number of our YouTube views come from the subscriber pages. This probably means people are finding us automatically, without being reminded a new episode is up because of what day it is.
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Whoops! – What’s In A Flame?

Sometimes when you’re out on a shoot, things are chaotic and you mess something up in a way that’s not easy to fix. Check out the outdoor and locker room scenes in the What’s In A Flame? episode. They look kinda weird, right? But in a way that makes some sense: it maybe looks like we were trying to make it look like faded tape from an old TV show.

Can you guess why they look that way? The answer is…

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