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I am BOASTING.. but who cares..

Well, news from my end-
I have scored awesome marks in my VIII semesters, and stood second in my batch for the semester. I still have two more semesters to go.
But- if your good wishes are with me, I am sure that I am going to top.
And in the other news, the organization that I am working with is called Rainmaker tag lined as- empowering the legal industry. So we basically do a lot of recruiting for law firms and for candidates alike. And we do a lot of condom stuff related to the legal feild, which I am sure that you all are not interested to know. The interesting thing is that one of the assignments I had gotten was to find out about architectural facts of the High Court of Delhi and click pictures along with it. I had no idea what it was gonna be used for. But it came out as a video, which is awesome! Please see it and tell me how it is.
Rest, all is great.
Love you all... cheers...!!!

Comments

Awesome!The video link doesn't work! :-D
Shayon said…
The video link has been updated.

@Sakshi : the video is really great. what did u use for editing? good ol' movie maker or something more professional. Me thinks the vdo quality was really really good. And yeah, sorry for not checking it out till the very end, the first time around :-p
The video is awesome,I must say .Great! Two more additions could ve further made it better :
1. The pics at a couple of places could have been better.
2.Soft ,soothing background music .
All in all, a great effort!
Congratulations on the results.
Nice video, but some of the captions are too long to read through in the time they are on screen. Also, there wasn't any music when I saw it.

All in all good work!

D
Sakshi said…
GUYS!!
CAN YOU EVER JUST APPRECIATE and NOT TAKE OUT FLAWS.
I did not CREATE the video per se, I collected the facts and clicked the pictures.
I know that the Photographs are not that great, but then, you have to be real clever while taking pictures near the courts. You are not really allowed to click pictures.
Man you all are alike.
@Sakshi
Hahaha.Can't stop laughing on ur outburst .
Unknown said…
congratulations sakshi..

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