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  • Film Editing In Film

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    Many people find it hard to notice the editing in a film. this is a positive thing as it means the editor has done a good job in creating a smooth rhythm within cuts. Obviously we know that whenever there is a change in image it is an edit, but most of us find it hard to consciously notice the transitions throughout the film. It is because we do not notice the editing that we presume it is “easy”. However, 'editing is more than just sticking two images together, it is a language, a discipline, an

  • Argumentative Essay On Gene Editing

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    I am going to explore the extent to which gene editing should advance to; and how gene editing could possibly provide an alternative meaning to life for those inflicted with almost incurable diseases. Abstract Within the modern day, technological advances have definitely improved from what they used to be, especially in fields such as medicine. Gene editing is one of the latest advances that shows some promise in regards to what it does. These medical advances are quite beneficial to those who have

  • Newspaper and Online Media

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    Newspaper and online media have both done a good job to spread news story to readers. Newspaper as a traditional media is accept by most people for a long time. But as the technology is growing up, online media become a competitor of newspaper. Hall (2001, p.2) state that there are 200 million people using the web regularly and the web page is around 800 million. Nowadays, the web users are still growing up very fast. But the newspaper still playing a important role in news area. These two major

  • Image Editing Essay

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    The Top Five Image Editing Programs Aside From Photoshop Adobe Photoshop is a type of unusual merchandise which has a great cultural significance considerably past its precise objective. The famous brand has become synonymous to image editing that it has changed into a verb; most of us generally take a look at 'Photoshopping' graphics no matter the software program that any of us is in fact using on it. Adobe’s recent statement that everything past Photoshop CS6 will need to be hired to protect their

  • The Process of Film Making

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    Once the film is fully shot, the footage will need to be placed in chronological order to tell the story. Editing the footage together means a lengthy process will ensue, but ultimately resulting in the desired final product. The director will share the vision of the film to a hired editor, and may even assist with the edit. The editor will get a copy of a script, copies of the footage, and piece it all together to make the script come to life. The editor will watch through the footage, import it

  • The Evolution of Video Editing Programs

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    Video Editing Programs are essential for making many types of films. These programs include special effects and many other functions which give films better quality, and help to capture and keep people’s attention. Making and editing films has been a big hobby of mine through out the past few years and I have grown a huge interest in the evolution of certain video editing programs. For the very last project of my MYP I chose to identify the elements of what makes a good music video by looking at

  • Apologies

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    My apologies for mistakes When we thought about making this book they were quiet ready to help. To all those who get my book and find any mistakes, firstly I apologize. Allow me to offer an excuse as to focus blame on something else other than myself. I did not submit this book to any publishing houses, for two reasons. 1. Since my Heart operation (See how I go right for the sympathy vote) I have been determined to show myself, others as well but mostly for myself, that I can do this. 2. My impatience

  • Certified to Live

    414 Words  | 2 Pages

    to be. I had been able to make mistakes freely, and learn from them. Throughout the four years, some of my professors had been wonderful. There had been my Freshman Comp. Professor who had pushed me until I finally became a good writer. My film editing instructor had always liked my work, and said she would help me to get started in the business. The more I thought about it, the more I realized I knew.

  • The Importance Of Editing In The Film Notorious

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    Yet, this ability to fly under the radar ensures the success of the style, as smooth transitions and clear storytelling are hallmarks of the editing process known as continuity editing. One approach of continuity editing is known as point of view editing. Basically, the viewer is able to see a scene from a character’s perspective. Notably, point of view editing plays a significant role in the film Notorious. With the repetition of point of view throughout the film, Notorious utilizes point of view

  • Ethics of Editing in News Storytelling

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    One quote from my readings says, “Under the protections and privileges of a free press is the responsibility to be fair.” Journalists make decisions while editing news. Each decision involves value judgments. Decisions have consequences that are direct and indirect as well as deliberate and not deliberate. Moreover, journalists’ decisions affect real human beings. Those decisions can sway thousands of people’s attitudes on topics such as political problems. Just as producers and reporters are expected