• Television Picture Invented Camera
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    We have at least a television in our home. television allows us to hear and see events as soon as they happen. If our grandma's mother or father see TV, they " ll suprised and say 'This is diablo's machine!' . We watch TV at least two hour in a day. HOW WORKS TV When a TV program is broadcast the sound and picture are sent out simultaneously by two different radio systems. The TV camera takes the picture. Camera is the most important part of the camera. The light from the object is allowed to f...
  • Camera Techniques Outer Circle
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    To optimize the quality of one s portrait photos, a photographer must combine a series of camera techniques. A photo is a piece of art used to capture a moment in time. For a photographer to beautify the appearance of the photos he takes, he must know how his camera works. The photographer must adjust his aperture to suit the type of film he has and know how to load the film. Stillness is a key factor in taking a quality photo. If the camera is shaken during the time that the shutter is opening ...
  • John Proctor Abigail Camera Tituba
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    Film and theatre are different media; each has unique effects, in film the location can be just about anywhere in the world and have different atmospheres, the infinite amount of camera angles possible could be used for different emphasis, and the sound could be played in any part of the film and could be any length and of course producing different effects. But this is not the case for theatrical plays. Theatre only has limited resources and visual effects. Theatre plays are not as sophisticate...
  • Straight Cut Shot Neo Guard
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    The Matrix Directed by the Wachowski Brothers " Buckle your seat belt Dorothy, because Kansas is going bye-bye." -Cypher (Hugo Weaving) "Through all the action we " re trying to tell a story and there is a lesson to be learned. The movie has a meaning and a positive message. It's a story for the fight for individuality and compassion and coming to terms with the world. It has such heart and soul." -Keanu Reeves " Expect the unexpected." -The Wachowski Brothers Written and directed by the Wachows...
  • Digital Level Camera Picture Shutter
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    In this report I will tell you how to take a good picture. The things you will need are a camera, a tripod, a light meter, a remote shutter control, computer, printer, printer paper, digital level and a good location. The first thing you will need to do is decide what you want to take a picture of. Take your camera, tripod, light meter, remote shutter control, and digital level with you. The second thing you will need to do it set your camera up on your tripod. To do this you will need to take ...
  • Jump London Camera Work Documentaries
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    With the initial location scouting, permission granted, and interviews conducted; it is time to start actually showing the power the sport holds. To do this, the format again calls upon GV's. This very useful shot is used throughout both documentaries, because of the subject material in focus. If the documentary was about a subject which was less "hands on" such as politics, this type of framing would be less common. Because a lot of 'jump London' requires panoramic wide shots, the makers acquir...
  • The China Syndrome Nuclear Power
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    The China Syndrome The China Syndrome is about a nuclear power plant in Los Angeles, California. The Ventanna Nuclear Power Plant came close to the China Syndrome! A Channel 3 news reporter, Kimberly Wells, and her camera man, Richard Adams, captured an accident on film at the nuclear power plant that would have caused the China Syndrome. The China Syndrome could have killed off a place about the size of Pennsylvania. One of the head operators of the company, Jack Godell, talked to Kimberly Well...
  • Daily Life Movie Vertov Camera
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    Man with The Movie Camera: Shot Change constructs a New Perspective Avant Garde Film Midterm 11395 Question #4 Time was used by Vertov as an important factor in editing as well as in the daily lives of humans. With editing he utilized the essence of time to his advantage. Vertov wanted a certain rhythm of cuts to exist in the movie. He desired a choppy effect. The cameras, themselves, were supposed to produce a in movements, too. The point was he wanted to make as many cuts and rigid motions as ...
  • Casablanca A New Perspective
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    'Casablanca:' A New Perspective Throughout history, the film industry has seen many directing styles and techniques. The early part of the 20 th century saw a factory style of film production, but as the years went by, director's began to employ new and untried techniques in their pictures. One such technique which these director's implemented was a new approach to the use of the camera and camera angles.' Casablanca,' an Academy Award winning film of 1942 saw director Michael Curtizmanipulate t...
  • Spy Hunter Complete Level
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    Cheat mode Cheats are unlocked by completing all mission objectives within a set amount of time. To activate the cheats, enter 'System Options', then choose 'Extras', and 'Cheat Grid'. To play the FMV sequences unlocked in the cheat menu, choose the 'Movie Player' option that is above 'Cheat Grid'. Saliva Spy Hunter Video: Complete level 1 in 3: 40. Green HUD (Heads Up Display): Complete level 2 in 3: 35. Saliva Your Disease Video: Complete level 3 in 2: 40. Night Vision: Complete level 4 in 3:...
  • Citizen Kane Lighting Camera Example
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    Orson Welles' epic Citizen Kane, is not only of the greatest movies ever made, but also a good example of Hollywood style direction. Welles employed his creative tools, such as lighting and sound, camera movement and editing, a movie that did not only represent the theater world of its time, but also set an example for future generations of filmmakers and directors. Some of the striking stylistic elements of Citizen Kane include its expressionistic use of lighting, its dizzying variety of camera...
  • High Angle Film Camera Shot
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    Nicholas Gaming Cinematic Techniques The extraordinary film The 400 Blows (Francois Truffaut, 1959) skillfully uses cinematic devices appropriately within the context of the theme. Part of the underlying theme of this movie as explained by Truffaut himself is, .".. to portray a child as honestly as possible... ." (Writing About Film, 1982). It is the scenes in this movie that are most helpful in disclosing the overall theme of the film. Within the scenes, the camera angles in this film play an i...
  • Consumer Behavior Digital Camera
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    Introduction My two subjects for this paper will be known as Consumer A and Consumer B. Both consumers have just recently bought digital cameras. Consumer A bought a Hewlett-Packard Photosmart 2. 1 Megapixel Digital Camera -320 for $150, while consumer B bought a Kodak 3. 1 Megapixel 3 x Optical/3. 3 x Digital Zoom Digital Camera for $300. A few demographics about Consumer A, is that the subject is female. She is 20 years old and is currently a student while working part-time at the Gap store i...
  • The Technology Of The Digital Camera
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    When it was time for me to pick a topic for my research paper, I did not have to think very long about what I wanted to do it on. I immediately thought I should research digital cameras. A couple of months ago I went out to dinner with some friends. One of my friends brought her digital camera with her. I liked the idea that after she took a picture with the digital camera she could view the image immediately on the cameras small monitor. After viewing the picture she could save it or erase it....
  • Run Lola Run Lola
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    Run Lola Run The language that Voltov discovered has inspired the works of many filmmakers from all over the world. The film Run Lola Run (1999) by Tom Tykwer, is probably one of the most innovative films of today's Hollywood style movie, which many similar filming and editing techniques originated in Voltov's Man with a Movie Camera. Tykwer uses a number of different ways to film Lola as she runs to save her no good boyfriend from certain death. From an artistic point of view, the editing deser...
  • Scene Analysis Of John Q
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    John Q. Archibald and his wife have found out that their son has a heart condition. This condition is so severe that he will not survive without heart transplant surgery. John believes that he has insurance to cover this surgery but finds out this is not the case. He begins a campaign to get his insurance to cover the cost of the surgery as well as fund raising to help with the medical expenses for his son's hospitalization and surgery. The hospital refuses to put Mike Archibald on the list for...
  • Stranger's On A Trainalfred Hitchcock
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    Alfred Hitchcock's Stranger on a Train is a spellbinding movie that takes a hold of one's mind with utter suspense and uncertainty. Even though there are several scenes that are suspenseful and cause one to suffer, the scene that took my interest was the murder scene of Miriam. Hitchcock provides one to suffer by introducing helpless and odd characters, eerie and strange situations, and finally intriguing and unusual camera angels. The actual complexity and strangeness of the characters in the m...
  • Research Paper On The Camera Obscura
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    Research Paper on the Camera Obscura, What is a Camera Obscura also known as a pinhole camera? Camera Obscura, May 28, 1997. Camera Obscura (Latin for a dark room) is a dark box or room with a hole in one end. If the hole is small enough, an inverted image can be seen on the opposite wall. This phenomenon was known by thinkers as early as Aristotle (ca. 300 BC) 1. Many sources state that Roger Bacon invented Camera Obscura just before the year 1300. More accurately, Bacon popularized Camera Obs...
  • Highlight The Scene Make Angle Love
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    Pure Love is the main conflict of the movie. Love is when Romeo and Juliet see each other for the first time through the clear water of the fish tank. Clear water symbolizes purity so as they fall in love, they fall in pure love. Another thing that makes there love different to others is that Juliet is dressed as an angel at the party, which also means that she is warm, kind, honest and innocence. Throughout the movie the love scenes are dramatically pointed out to be the major role of it all, s...
  • Run Lola Run Analysis
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    The innovative theories and filmmaking techniques of Diga Vertov revolutionized the way films are made today. Man With a Movie Camera (1929), a documentary that represented the peak of the Soviet avant-garde film movement in the twenties, displayed techniques in montage, creative camera angles, rich imagery, but most importantly allowed him to express his theories of his writings of Kino-eye (the camera). The film has a very simple plot that describes an average day in Russia, yet the final piec...