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Social Dynamics Can Be Distorted in Video-Mediated Communication

Social Dynamics Can Be Distorted in Video-Mediated Communication

Social Dynamics Can Be Distorted in Video-Mediated Communication Wei Huang, Judy Olson, Gary Olson Collaboratory for Research on Electronic Work (CREW) School of Information, University of Michigan Overview Problems Review of Aspects of Social Dynamics Physical context Proximity Height

By JasminFlorian
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Benjamin Goliwas’ Photo Analysis

Benjamin Goliwas’ Photo Analysis

Benjamin Goliwas’ Photo Analysis Depth of Field Depth of Field: The breadth of sharpness in an image. The greater the aperture (small Fstop) the smaller the area of clear picture. As the aperture size decreases (large Fstop) more of the image becomes clear. Shutter Speed

By oshin
(860 views)

Social Dynamics Can Be Distorted in Video-Mediated Communication

Social Dynamics Can Be Distorted in Video-Mediated Communication

Social Dynamics Can Be Distorted in Video-Mediated Communication Wei Huang, Judy Olson, Gary Olson Collaboratory for Research on Electronic Work (CREW) School of Information, University of Michigan Overview Problems Review of Aspects of Social Dynamics Physical context Proximity Height

By andrew
(242 views)

Style, Camera and Editing

Style, Camera and Editing

Style, Camera and Editing This powerpoint lecture was distilled from Chapter 6 - Style and the Camera, and Chapter 7- Style and Editing from Jeremy Butler’s book Television: Critical Methods and Applications Style, Camera and Editing

By andrew
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How to discuss representations of strong women

How to discuss representations of strong women

How to discuss representations of strong women. Describing Representations .

By unity
(97 views)

PhotoGRAPHIC Angles

PhotoGRAPHIC Angles

PhotoGRAPHIC Angles. Worm’s Eye View vs. Bird’s Eye View. Camera Angles.

By gwyn
(134 views)

Task 11: Analysis of original photos

Task 11: Analysis of original photos

Analysis of original photos

By jvmjvrs
(167 views)

Bite mark analysis

Bite mark analysis

Bite mark analysis . Lecture III 1- 36. Bite marks. Bite-mark has a place evidence in crime-scene analysis Cases shown on forensic TV shows reveal bite-mark evidence as conclusive and leading to identification of a perpetrator

By shina
(306 views)

Part 1: angles and the rule of thirds

Part 1: angles and the rule of thirds

Composition: The Graphics Unit of Study. Part 1: angles and the rule of thirds. What is a camera angle?.

By thi
(93 views)

Great Yearbook Photography

Great Yearbook Photography

Great Yearbook Photography. Finding Photo Opportunities. Types of Photos. Photo Composition Guides. Photo Variety. Qualities of a Good Photo. Use Photos to Capture the Story. Capturing the Moment. Capturing the Moment. Capturing the Moment. Capturing the Moment. Capturing the Moment.

By aurora
(173 views)

MA114-3 : Effective use of Representations

MA114-3 : Effective use of Representations

MA114-3 : Effective use of Representations. Paul Normand Subject Matter Expert/Technical Writer. Image courtesy of Engineering Center LTD, Russia. Welcome A few items before we begin. Paul Normand Subject Matter Expert/Technical Writer AICE and have been using Inventor since pre-R1

By zeal
(98 views)

Standard 7 - media

Standard 7 - media

CLE 3002.7.3 – Visual, sound, design. Standard 7 - media. CLE 3002.7.3 – Visual, sound, design. CLE 3002.7.3 – Visual, sound, design. CLE 3002.7.3 – Visual, sound, design. Standard 7 - media. What do you think I’m going to try to teach you in 30 minutes or less?. Write your answers here.

By jerica
(132 views)

Visualization

Visualization

Visualization. Composition Visual Sensitivity Arranging things in the frame Static principles Moving principles Guidelines, but not rules. Form vs Content. Content Takes Precedence Message most important Avoid visual distractions Make things look good, but not the most important thing.

By idola
(87 views)

Qualitative Analysis: Session 4

Qualitative Analysis: Session 4

Qualitative Analysis: Session 4. Aims: Outline how semiotic and narrative analysis may be developed in relation to moving imagery Explore the handling visual data for analysis Develop group 'qualitative analyses' of a television drama programme Structure Semiotic analysis of moving imagery

By vonda
(139 views)

Deconstruction of Mise en Scene

Deconstruction of Mise en Scene

Deconstruction of Mise en Scene. A mini-essay activity. Picture/Still. Camera Angle (high, low, eye level..). Lighting. Body Position. Objects in the Scene. Insert Image Again. Interpretation of the meanings conveyed by mise en scene in your chosen scene .

By landon
(125 views)

The Dark Knight Important scenes

The Dark Knight Important scenes

The Dark Knight Important scenes. Directed by Christopher Nolan. The Batman Trilogy… setting it up.

By rusti
(117 views)

Draw the note-taking table in to your exercise books –make boxes big for 2 points in each notes

Draw the note-taking table in to your exercise books –make boxes big for 2 points in each notes

Draw the note-taking table in to your exercise books –make boxes big for 2 points in each notes. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxMy _-WAT6M. ‘The Living Daylights’ Opening from James Bond 1987 Director: John Glen Bond: Timothy Dalton.

By lyris
(103 views)

Facial Recognition: Is It Viable?

Facial Recognition: Is It Viable?

Facial Recognition: Is It Viable?. By: Mark J. Powell April 29, 2010. What is Facial Recognition?. Views an image or video of a person and compares it to a similar image stored in the database. Compares structure, shape, and proportion of the face. “Facial Recognition,” 2010.

By haruko
(165 views)

Texture

Texture

Texture. Texture is the surface quality or apparent surface quality of an Artwork. 3 Kinds of Texture. Actual – What can actually be felt Simulated – Looks real (like in a photo) Invented – Created by an artist. Texture helps to emphasize the features and details in a photograph.

By mayes
(299 views)

Suspense Video Project

Suspense Video Project

Suspense Video Project. Storyboard (10 points). Illustrates the video presentation structure with sketches of each scene Describes the audio and camera angle for each scene There is a logical sequence to the presentation as shown by the storyboard The storyboard has at least 6 slides.

By asabi
(214 views)

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