I thought that the notion of placing someone slightly right of the center to make them be in the most ideal place was quite interesting. Supposedly it has to do with golden ratios which I have learned about in several classes ranging from art to math.
A lot more goes into cinematography than I thought. There was an entire paragraph dedicated just to examples of movement and flow that tend to imply a certain theme when used properly.
I like how at the end he gives a disclaimer of taking everything you see with a grain of salt when interpreting them symbolically. Everything is always up for interpretation.
This week for 5 out of the 10 stars worth of video assignments required this week I did the DIY Product Commercial!
I filmed a video of myself raving about the new “Acne Hider” that is super easy to use and completely socially acceptable.
Here it is:
I wish the camera was better on my computer because the quality was pretty bad but I couldn’t use my phone because when I tried to transfer it to my computer the file was too large. Looking back now I probably could have just uploaded the video from my phone but oh well.
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(^I had to throw some sitar in here in honor of JenXTheJinx^)
This is my first project out of the Fanfic category and I’m so excited because who doesn’t enjoy some good old fashioned fan-fiction. 🙂
Eve Winters had just sat down in a rocking chair outside on her porch planning to enjoy her freshly made tea and the nature that surrounded her when a woman dressed in traditional Native American garb suddenly burst out of the woods and ran straight towards her! Eve jumped up but froze as she was quite confused and not used to people wanting to come close to her and this one was running at full speed!
The woman did not slow down as she ran past Eve grabbing her hand and forcing her to run along with her! It goes without saying that the mug she had been so happily sipping earlier was now in a million pieces about what was now probably 30 feet away from her. They were keeping quite the pace.
After about 10 minutes of running Eve finally got her wits about her.
“Where are you taking me!” Eve screamed. The woman stopped on a dime at that and turned around so fast that Eve stumbled and fell to the ground.
The woman stared for a long time and then let go of Eve’s hand and spoke for the first time in the 10 minute long sprint that they had just completed together.
“Sacagawea.” The woman spoke plainly.
“Where is Sacagawea?” Eve gasped as she was no athlete and was currently struggling for air.
The woman stared at her for another long while until without another word she ran off leaving Eve sprawled out on the ground gasping for air in the middle of who knows where.
Eve eventually found her way back to her house and decided that Sunday morning tea could be enjoyed just as well inside from then on.
Helloooooo~~ So today is a very special day because my dear friend The Red Reaper was feeling inspired! ^^ He let me read it and now I’m going to share it with all of you guys! (Lets not mention this next time we see him alright?)^^
I was walking with my good friend Victor Barethean when we spontaneously began speaking via haiku. I thought that as a haiku enthusiast you would enjoy some of our banter.
If you share this you will have Hell to pay.
Cascade into night, Denizens of almost dawn, And bring some coffee
Bitter words unbound~, Not unlike* the taste when cold, Glad to* share this* street.
(worth 1 star)
This was a collaborative effort between myself and Victor Barethean from Jim Jams Adventure.
For today’s daily create (10/23/15) we had to either take a photo of something that looked like something was missing or Photoshop something out of something iconic. So I picked The Girl With The Pearl Earring because I really liked the book that was written about it with the same name.
Anyways~ I used the ever amazing Pixlr to edit the earring out. I just used the clone stamp tool and voila.