Submitted by stayadmin on Mon, 05/17/2021 - 19:07

For the Plan Bay Area 2050 Video Challenge, take a video of yourself telling us which strategy is your favorite and how it will benefit you or your community. We will then put all the videos together to make a video tour of people’s favorite Plan Bay Area 2050 strategies and the diverse ways in which they will enhance and benefit neighborhoods and communities across the Bay Area.

Your video doesn’t have to be perfectly shot or edited, and you can just use a simple smartphone camera to record it.

Below are just a few tips to keep in mind when filming your video.

When filming, hold your phone horizontally and not vertically, as then the final video will fill up the entire screen when we watch it.

Pick a place outside to film your video. If you can find a spot that is relevant to your strategy, excellent! If not, just try to prioritize being outside as opposed to filming yourself in front of a computer. The goal is to make the videos fun to watch!
In your video, tell us your name, where you are located, and which Plan Bay Area 2050 strategy is your favorite and why. Then tell us how the strategy would benefit you, your community or the Bay Area. Take a look at these sample videos to get an idea of what we're looking for.
If you don’t want your face to be in the video, that’s totally fine, but make sure when filming your favorite place and talking about it that you hold your phone close enough to your mouth so that we can hear what you’re saying. All submittals must have a waiver for each person shown in the video in order to be entered into the raffle and to use the footage in any public facing video.
Try to keep the video to no more than 30 seconds.
Once you have filmed your video, simply fill out your contact information HERE and upload your video HERE. The submission link will send your video file to Charlie Simpson.

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