Andy Warhol Warhol was successful in bringing a new form of art to the forefront of an ever changing artworld in the 1960`s. I am interested in the field of commercial and graphic art and it's connection to advertising. That's why I have chosen Warhol as my subject for this essay. I'm going to focus on the techniques and images he used on his paintings. Andy Warhol is one of the world's most renown artists.
Walt Disney transformed the film industry and revolutionized entertainment for the better by his numerous contributions. Walt Disney was a well-known figure in society due to his originality and exceptional motion pictures. Walt’s brother and partner, Roy, described him as “truly a genius—creative, with great determination, singleness of purpose, and drive; and through his entire life he was never pushed off his course” (Walt Disney, UXL Biographies). Walt Disney’s will to succeed motivated him to make his original ideas come to life through his art. His diligence facilitated his countless hits on the big screen.
The location of the flotation device was narrated but they didn’t show the whereabouts of it on the screen. The video can be considered boring compared to the upbeat tone of the Virgin America video however the length of the video was short an... ... middle of paper ... ...the plane but it still manages to give a better depiction of the general interior of the aircraft compared to the other two briefings. The other two videos are far more engaging and memorable than the Emirates briefing the length of those videos is far too long. Ultimately the videos seem overdone. Emirates recognizes that the attention span of a passenger is short; hence they made their video use the minimum possible amount of time.
The main reason that the DVD camcorder is more expensive is because it is more convenient to the average user. The average camcorder user will not use his camcorder very often, and will not do much if any video editing. The DVD camcorder records all of the video directly onto a DVD that you placed in the camcorder. This enables you to be instantly able to watch the movie on a television using a DVD player, thus making it more convenient. Mini-DV camcorders are the mainstream camcorder for the novice to the more experienced user.
Django may have not had as many different closeups or different sound techniques as The Conjuring. Django was more about how fast or slow a scene would, or would it be out of focus or not. Main idea for each film was to give the audience a type of feeling. While Django had multiple shots in one scene, that was not the case with The Conjuring, as you would get one long drawn out scene with one type of camera angle which gave you that suspense feeling which is needed in horror films. More times than not it is the editing that takes more time than actually shooting the film, but many would agree there is no more important aspect of a film than the editing, because it can make the film almost come alive in a sense.
In the earlier days of film it was necessary to use extreme amounts of lighting. This was because earlier film stock was not very sensitive to lighting. This meant that without very bright lighting it would not be possible to see anything which would, in effect, defeat the whole object of creating a film. Along with early film not being sensitive to light it also carried a very slow film speed. This was the main reason for the lack of sensitivity to light.
As the book, Film Theory and Criticism says, “Simply stringing separate photographic shots together will not produce intelligible works of visual art.” Yet the use of montage in The Night of the Hunter was very subtle so that at points I wasn’t aware that I was watching a montage. It also enhanced the film’s thematic qualities greatly and by doing so convinced me of the values of a montage when used well.
I took a lot of pictures for my "blog" (which wasn't even a word yet), and since monitors at the time defaulted to a lower resolution, I didn't need that many pixels to get by. I was willing to trade the inconvenience of having to get film developed for the lower resolution, terrible light sensors, and slow shutter speeds. Nowadays, digital cameras finally improved enough to conquer its film counterparts. It's gotten to the point where you can't even get 35MM developed at your local Wal-Mart anymore, so why dare use a film camera in this exclusively digital era? One good reason to "go analogue" is that high-end professional film equipment is now being offloaded on eBay for cheap.
Then people started to like Visual effects more, they didn’t like special effects that much of visual effects, Its Just because effects which can’t be done manually can be possible through Visual effects .And after 90’s there is a technique which introduced Matte technique. It is a process of taking a actual video with green or blue matte in background in order to remove it and can be replaced with some other video or image which is more cost efficient than shooting in that spot. In General music Video consist of Visual effects like Rotoscope, Colour correction, matte removal, Keying , tracking and post production which includes video
The Aspect of Sound in Meet Me In St. Louis In 1904 Eugene Lauste successfully recorded sound onto a piece of photographic film. This invention was known as a “Sound Grate” the results where still far to crude to be used to public display. The cameras used to film “The Talkies” as they where known, had to be kept in enormous soundproof casing. This immediately hindered directors creativity and made movies such as Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) much more rigid. Because of the fascination with the lip-syncing that this new technology achieved less attention was played to other attributes that silent films used such as the comedic elements in Charlie Chaplin’s City Lights (1931.)