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RTV-3001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Slow Motion, Time Perception, Time-Lapse Photography

Time and Motion Time in duration, change, causality, recurring events Time we feel (subjective or psychological)vs. time we measure Motion Moving image on video or film Motion is an obvious manifestation of tme ...

Communication
RTV-3001
Awais Saleem
RTV-3001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Leitmotif, Alarm Clock, Diegesis

Sound The five dimensional Field Sound is an integral part of video tv and film, whether it is in the form of music, sound effects, or dialogue Sound and Noise Sound has a purpose Both sound and noise are audibl...

Communication
RTV-3001
Awais Saleem
RTV-3001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Jump Cut, Digital Video Effect

Timing and Principle motions Objective: Timing Subjective time: Pace and rhythm Plot time Character time Timing The control and manipulation of objective time The structuring of objective time Objective time To...

Communication
RTV-3001
Awais Saleem
RTV-3001 Lecture Notes - Spring 2014 Lecture 11 - Intensify, Intensify

Screen Volume and effects zAxis Blocking Refers to placing people and their movements primarily along the z axis toward and away from the camera Creates a dynamic volume duality Intensify the illusion of a third dimension ...

Communication
RTV-3001
Awais Saleem
RTV-3001 Lecture Notes - Spring 2014 Lecture 13 - Chilbolton Observatory, Chilbolton Observatory, Intensify

Angles IWhen the camera switches to the shorter persons viewpoint,the camera should be tilted up slightly to give the impression that the person s still looking up The camra from the tall persons viewpoint should look down...

Communication
RTV-3001
Awais Saleem
RTV-3001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Continuity Editing

Complexity Editing While the main purpose of continuity editing is clarification of an event, main purpose of complexity is intensification Complexity editing tends to affect subjective, rather than objective time Pr...

Communication
RTV-3001
Awais Saleem
RTV-3001 Lecture 12: Visualization

Visualization Visualization is thinking in pictures of in individual shots or brif sequences In tv and film it means thinking in screen images Whatever prompts you to visualize specific pictures, reason Clarify Intensify I...

Communication
RTV-3001
Awais Saleem
RTV-3001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Sony Liv, Time Travel In Fiction

Time Television and film require that we work not only a spatial field, but a space time field too Vectors include a time element Vector fields are not static, but are constantly changing within a shot or from shot t...

Communication
RTV-3001
Awais Saleem
RTV-3001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Rise Time, Homophony

SoundPicture Combinations Music and vectors Music is often used to enhance hat is happening on screen Music can be translated into vectors which describe a line, a direction, a movement Elements of sound Sound has five dis...

Communication
RTV-3001
Awais Saleem
RTV-3001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Continuity Editing, Long Shot, Motion Vector

Continuity in Editing Editing Selecting and sequencing the parts of an event that will clarify and intensify the event best Instantaneous editing or switching selecting or sequencing of shots while the telev...

Communication
RTV-3001
Awais Saleem
RTV-3001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Film Stock

Structuring color: Function and Composition Structuring color to use color for clarifying and intensifying a media event. Can be done: Informational Compositional Expressive Informational...

Communication
RTV-3001
Awais Saleem
RTV-3001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Aerial Perspective, Visual Pollution, Zoom Lens

Volume Empty space has no volume It is referred to as negative space Cloudless sky for example Positive and negative volume Various objects help define the space around you making possible to define the third dimen...

Communication
RTV-3001
Awais Saleem
RTV-3001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: 2D Computer Graphics

Media Aesthetics: Life and Media Aesthetics: Branch of philosophy deals with nature and expression of beauty Metaphysics, laws of perception Psychological responses Conception of artistic value or beauty Appearanc...

Communication
RTV-3001
Awais Saleem
RTV-3001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Houndstooth, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Subtractive Color

The Extended First Field: Color What Is a color A Property of light No light no color Opaque objects reflect whatever color they appear to be and absorb all other colors Transparent divide light Prism or rain divi...

Communication
RTV-3001
Awais Saleem
RTV-3001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cameo Lighting, Sidelight, Single-Camera Setup

Structuring the first Aesthetic Field: Light Lighting that emphasizes contrast between light and dark is chiaroscuro lighting Quality of Lighting Softlight no directional light Produces diffused beam of l...

Communication
RTV-3001
Awais Saleem
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Business Communication, Human Communication, Jargon

Communication Success 2 Communication Success 3 permacharts TM ...

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