We interviewed Carey on October 27th and had some technical difficulties. One of the problems we encountered was that the battery for the 60D died during our b-roll filming, so we had to go to Plan B and use a different camera. Also, the Tas-cam's audio was not reaching the sound limit, but was still receiving audio from the mic.s. We ended up recording the interview because the sound was fine in the computer. We finished transcribing his interview, so that's one less thing to worry about.
Taylor and I scheduled an interview with Tracy Anderson on the 4th. She is the Save Our Shearwaters Program Coordinator at the Humane Society. We interviewed her regarding the shearwaters so that we could open our story with what shearwaters are.
The biologist was really hard to schedule a interview with since he was always running around the island on vacation. So we finally got in contact with him to schedule an interview with him, however, he didn't have a set place to do an interview because it all depended where he was when we were ready. Our interview at the Humane Society ended up later than expected, so we cancelled our interview with him. We just told him that we would we would be okay since we couldn't get our schedules to meet. We realized that we don't really need another interview, so we are starting our script.
So that's sort of how our project is so far. We are basically done with our transcribing, so we are catching up! Wish us luck! Bye:)