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UW-MADISONCOM ARTS 155Eric HoytFall

COM ARTS 155 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1 : Webisode, Three Steps, Liability Insurance

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To understand technology that captures light and sound and turns it into art. Aesthetic compositions, sound mix, choreography of tools -- artistic skil
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UW-MADISONCOM ARTS 350Maria BelodubrovskayaFall

COM ARTS 350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Anat, Buda, Totton And Eling

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UW-MADISONCOM ARTS 100Mc Queen AmandaSpring

COM ARTS 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Good Delivery, Facial Expression, Sound

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Good delivery can turn mediocre speeches to be more effective than it seems. Something to say + how you say it makes the speech better. Delivery is a m
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UW-MADISONCOM ARTS 100Rubinkowski LeoFall

COM ARTS 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Simile

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UW-MADISONCOM ARTS 100Mc Queen AmandaSpring

COM ARTS 100 Chapter 9: COMARTS100 - Ch. 9 APS - Organizing the Body of the Speech

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9 - organizing the body of the speech. Organization allows objects to serve us better. Organization lets you see and have whatever item you need at tha
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UW-MADISONCOM ARTS 155Eric HoytFall

COM ARTS 155 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Telephoto Lens, Tracking Shot, Crane Shot

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Pictures exist in a two dimensional world defined by the y-axis (height) and the x-axis (width) Three dimensional movies or pictures have an extra axis
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UW-MADISONCOM ARTS 155Eric HoytFall

COM ARTS 155 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Normal Lens, 16 Mm Film, Telephoto Lens

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Light travels through a lens into a camera body where the image plane is located. Image plane - reflection surface for image. Lenses made up of series
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UW-MADISONCOM ARTS 100Casey HartFall

COM ARTS 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Dont, Nonverbal Communication, Kinesics

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4 basic methods of delivering a speech. Reading from manuscript: word for word written and read to audience. Ex : pope"s religious proclamation, an eng
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UW-MADISONCOM ARTS 100Mc Queen AmandaSpring

COM ARTS 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Eye Contact, Mental Image, Critical Thinking

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History has recognized the importance of public speaking. Almost every language has a word for orator. Public speaking: a way to make your ideas public
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UW-MADISONCOM ARTS 155Eric HoytFall

COM ARTS 155 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Long Shot, Google Images, Pillarbox

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Jrb"s making media - chapter 2: composing the frame (29-47) Frame defines the implied and explicit things an audience sees and hears; places a border a
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UW-MADISONCOM ARTS 100Mc Queen AmandaSpring

COM ARTS 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Modern Language Association, American Psychological Association

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Plans and blueprints are essential for safe structures. Structure of your speech will stay up and not collapse. What you will say in the introduction.
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UW-MADISONCOM ARTS 100Mc Queen AmandaSpring

COM ARTS 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Tap Dance

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