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Blog 7

In  the article “Challenging Theories of Knowing,” Patricia Dunn defines composition primarily as writing.   Our class defines composition as an arrangement of information in a way that convey a message, done through sound, video, pictures, and written word. When we … Continue reading

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Blog 5

Watching a full featured film entails you using your sight to see the visual element of the story and your hearing to understand the language element. When watching a foreign film especially in a language you do not understand, your … Continue reading

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I like paper more than computers.

 

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RiP: A Remix Manifesto

  The past and the future are delicately intertwined. I see the relationship as a cycle, successes in the past inspire creations in the future. The creators add and subtract elements to make something new, maybe even better. Is that … Continue reading

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Ken burns effect

The Ken burns effect is a popular video effect that is usually applied to still images to give them movement. You can use this keep people’s attention on still images so they are not just showing on the screen. You … Continue reading

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Amar (all great achievements require time)

This film exhibits the operational mode of representation from the Nichols reading.  In this mode the camera and filmmaker presence is hidden leaving only the subject of the documentary as the focus. There is commonly little of no dialogue and … Continue reading

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A Documentary is..

Documentary storytelling is the realest kind of cinema. It is not based off of some story, taking place in someones memory or some fantastical place. A documentary is either about what is actually happening in real time or the discussion … Continue reading

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