American English 美式英语
Dale: So Mason, I’m going on a trip in about four weeks from now.
Mason: Oh yeah?
Dale: Yeah. Now I’m thinking since, you know, it’s kind of a family trip, I was gonna video it. But I don’t know if it’s a good thing.
Mason: You know, it’s whatever your taste is, right? But I think you want to make sure to savor the experience, like don’t forget to experience firsthand while you’re trying to capture it on the film. So…
Dale: You mean, like focusing on the camera rather than the situation or the environment that we’re actually in.
Mason: Are you in the moment, or are you watching the moment, you know?
Dale: Oh, through the camera. Yeah, that’s a tough one, because I also feel like if I don’t record I’m like, shoot, I should have had that on camera!
Mason: Yeah. You know, I mean what are you going to do, become the next viral hit on YouTube?
Dale: That’s true, that’s true.
Mason: I mean, yeah, maybe you will.
Dale: Is it better to just take pictures?
Mason: I like the pictures. I think that’s my compromise. So I’m actually going on a trip sometime soon and I might get myself a big fancy camera. And guess what? It takes video too just in case I need to cover my bases.
Dale: And then you just edit it and make it really nice.