Monthly Archives: March 2013

Documentary Animation

Chris Landreth – Ryan (2004) – Legenda PT-BR I recently came across this documentary in a journal (Reenacting Ryan: The Fantasmatic and the Animated Documentary. Steve Fore. School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong.) It was used as … Continue reading

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Camera Troubles!

A few months ago I started to notice a deterioration in my cameras performance. It was a D3100 and the shutter was sticking. It was redundant for photographs, though still worked for video. Two weeks ago I went to the … Continue reading

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First Light Award 2013- Leicister Square, London.

First Light were having their annual film awards in the Odeon, Leicester Square, London on the 19/03/13.. and I got invited. Woohoo! Myself and a few others I had met in the process met up and attended the event. It … Continue reading

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Semiotics

I have been reading Key terms media theory. It’s an interesting read, and I found myself drawn to the section on semiotics. I noted a few quotes I found relevant to my questions within my project and reflected on the … Continue reading

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Herzog- Little Dieter Needs to Fly

Werner Herzog’s documentary Little Dieter Needs to Fly (1998), has been made into a film, Rescue Dawn (2006). It will be interesting to understand the  differences between the documentary and the film and why changes have been made. What will … Continue reading

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Lighting Research

Language of Vision- Gyorgy Kepes Relationship of choice In these early representational images, the hierarchy of size was intimately associated with the hierarchy of power, strength and importance. Thus, the first spatial scale had a structural correspondence to the scale … Continue reading

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Camera Settings

http://tv.adobe.com/watch/shooting-and-editing-hdslr-video-using-adobe-tools/-setting-up-the-camera-correctly-for-dslr-video/ I found this video extremely useful when setting up the camera for filming. I especially like the advice on post production settings. They suggested leaving the camera in neutral to allow for more colours and better standards of working … Continue reading

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