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  • Snapchat Essay

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    research on the internet on creating a phone app. Evan and Bobby were convinced that if they created this app, girls would send pictures to one another and become rich. Evan wanted the app to be able to take and share photos among his friends, but Bobby thought this idea would be impossible for them to accomplish. After about a week Bobby and Evan got the camera to work but it had a few bugs, but nothing to be concerned about. After the great success of the camera, Evan wanted something even bigger he

  • The Television Episode Barbie Life in the Dream House

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    American girls, however, the television episode Barbie Life in the Dream House portrays an unrealistic life, a false idea of beauty, lifestyle and relationships. The episode begins with a beautiful camera shot of the Barbie “Hollywood” sign while a happy summer song plays on the background. The camera angle focus on a single pink convertible driving through the empty street nest to the beach, were Barbie waving at two guys is introduced. Just looking at Barbie driving on her convertible through the

  • Short Story

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    Short Story A cold Tuesday morning in November DCI Evans is on his way to work pondering on what the day will bring. he enters his office when a colleague opens his door and asks. "James do you want a coffee?" the detective replies "Yes sure thanks" his colleague leaves. James looks though some old case files when he came across a murder that brings him Horrifying visions. There's a knock on his door, it brings him out of his trance its his boss. He comes in and announcers that he

  • Comparing Dziga Vertov's Film, Man with a Movie Camera and Run Lola Run

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    Comparing Dziga Vertov's Film, Man with a Movie Camera and Run Lola Run " The main and essential thing is : the sensory exploration of the world through film. We therefore take as a point of departure the use of the camera as a keno-eye, more perfect than the human eye, for the exploration of the chaos of visual phenomena that fills space." - Dziga Vertov , Manifesto The Council of Three (1923) The innovative theories and filmmaking techniques of Dziga Vertov revolutionized the way films

  • New Technology

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    New Technology In my research, I am focusing on the new technology dealing with computers. This technology includes CD writers, DVD players, digital cameras, and cable modems. I will describe each technology and then how it will effect today’s society. Technology is the way of the world now, so improving technology helps to improve the society. CD writers are the wave of the future. What is a CD writer one may ask? A CD writer is simply a technology device that allow one to record information

  • Camera Obscura Essay

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    Most people do not recognize how long it took the camera to get where it is and the amount of transformations it has gone through. The evolution of the camera started in 400 BC and is still continuing, acquiring different technological advances everyday. The evolution and history of the camera is very extensive and has impacted the world in tremendous ways. The world would be an entirely different place without the camera. Camera Obscura The camera obscura technology has been around since ancient

  • Analysis Of The Decisive Moment

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    staged photography does not concern me. And if I make a judgment it can only be on a psychological or sociological level. There are those that take photographs arranged beforehand and those who go out to discover the image and seize it. For me the camera is a sketchbook, an instrument of intuition and spontaneity, the master of the instant which, in visual terms, questions and decides simultaneously. In order to ‘give a meaning’ to the world, one has to feel oneself involved in what one frames through

  • Methods of Video Editing

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    profound cost and struggle of obtaining, manipulating, and distributing these media has been vastly limited due to the fact of production to the domain of Hollywood. Recently, however, as technology is constantly developing and getting a lot cheaper cameras, bandwidth, and memory/storage has become gradually affordable, an extensive field of users produce digital video in mass production volumes. Unfortunately, existing methodologies interacting with digital video have not been able to keep up with the

  • Photography and Art

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    many drivers can be found talking and chattering away into their cell phones. At business meetings, many executives will present presentations in PowerPoint, while others will jot down notes in their Personal Digital Assistants, or PDAs. Many people have their own websites on the Internet, and even more people communicate through electronic mail. Tourists can be found snapping shots of landscapes and buildings with digital cameras or recording the scenery with digital camcorders. There is no end to

  • How The Invention of the Camera Changed the World

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    Cameras; we take them on trips, to sports events, to concerts, to birthday parties, and we even take them to outings with our friends. The invention of the camera didn’t just develop in a few years but through decades of research and evolution of optics and photographic processes. Al-Haytham, or Alhazen in Latin, was born in A.D. 965 in Basra, which is located in present-day Iraq. Later, he moved to Egypt and began to develop scientific writings on the camera obscura, how the human sight works