Week 9

For week 9 progress was great. I enjoyed learning a lot about filmmaking and the tools to make a movie great. There is a lot of different camerawork that filmmakers use to produce the angles of the movie. There is a lot of terminology in movie production. I can’t keep up with all the terms. There is way too many words. I had to complete 2 daily creates this week, comment on people’s work and do 12 stars worth of assignments from the assignment bank.

Check out my daily creates, click the link to view them:  http://embracethegift.com/uncategorized/daily-creates-week-9/

 

12 stars of video assignments were a little easy to make because video editing comes second nature to me being a computer science major. Below are my weekly assignments, click the link to view them:

 

http://embracethegift.com/uncategorized/day-in-the-life/

http://embracethegift.com/uncategorized/love-is-something-you-cant-go-a-day-without/

http://embracethegift.com/uncategorized/college-snapshot/

Reading Roger Ebert’s How the Read a Movie to get some basics of film analysis was great learning about. The following are part of Tony Zhou’s great series, Every Frame a Painting in which he analyzes details of film making was worth watching and observing how films work.

An interesting point about all of these is that they are about design. The technique these directors use are phenomenal.

 

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Mark

Hello my fellow explorers, my name is Mark Madison. I do not have a nickname, other then in middle school. My favorite color is turquoise and I have two siblings. I currently attend the University of Mary Washington studying Computer Science as a sophomore. I am one of those people who cannot decide what to get at a vending machine. I like meeting new people and I hope you learn many things about me.

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