A few weeks ago, I was doing a school project where I filmed my ducks in front of a green screen sheet. The story of the video is that there are some ducks are lost in my school, and they were trying to get out without being caught by the kids. They thought the kids would eat them! During the day of production, I taped a big green screen sheet to the side of my house, and also to the ground. And then I had the ducks quack there for 13 minutes. I had to entice them with meal worms to keep them there! The ducks were sometimes trying to run away, however we were able to keep them under control. I ran around to where my mom was filming, and just outside of the camera, I would chase them back into the camera frame.
At one point, the full grown Lucky and Aflac (not pictured here) came onto the green sheet, and started trying to take the mealworms from the “ducklings.” We let them take the mealworms, and so the ducklings had to get other food. I wrapped it up by ending the film when the ducks were eating. I do foresee them getting filmed again. In terms of the holidays, I totally think that we could do a video where the ducks are trying to stay away from the raccoons! Maybe I will add special effects where there are raccoons in the background. I could find a picture on the internet of a raccoon, and add it to the video by downloading the image and then placing the image into the film. These ducks are looking forward to getting seen on screen. Thank you for reading the Ducky Blog.
I was inspired by my chickens and ducks to do "Ducky Comics." I have done a fundraiser for 4-H, and plan to continue doing so in the future. -Henry, 14
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