Visual literacy and reading widely

If our goal with children is to help them move towards a readerly life where they’re capable and confident in being able to read just about anything we put in front of them, then we have to look at the reality of what types of texts and literacy is expected out in the world. Visuals…

Show. Don’t Tell. Kubrick’s Visual Storytelling in “2001: A Space Odyssey”

This video was brought to you by MUBI, a one of a kind streaming service with hand-picked cinema classics from all over the world. Get your first month for free at www.mubi.com/filmradar. You’ve probably heard the phrase, “show, don’t tell” when it comes to screenwriting. Take for example this clip of Charlie Chaplin, without a…

The Benefits of using a Leaf Shutter: Ask David Bergman

So why would you use a leaf shutter, instead of a focal-plane? I’ll tell you on today’s episode of Ask David Bergman Hey welcome back to Ask David Bergman of course, as always David Bergman here answering your photography questions on Adorama TV. Don’t forget to go to AskDavidBergman.com, ask your own photo questions, I…

1917 Movie, Cinematography Worthy of Oscars Best Picture

Every year, a number of unique movies get released in many genres to captivate us and tell us stories that worth watching. stories that hold a special message in their heart, stories that make us think more. For the creators though, it isn’t a normal process. Every time they create a movie of enduring value,…

Cinematography with Stefan Duscio ACS (The Invisible Man, Upgrade)

I spend weeks and weeks and weeks talking with directors about every scene in the movie and it becomes like an unofficial marriage, I become married to the director during pre-production and during production of the film and then they move on and they marry the editor after that and I get jealous. I see…

Joker Cinematographer On Making The Movie – Lawrence Sher, ASC [FULL INTERVIEW]

Film Courage: What was your feeling when you read the script for Joker for the first time? Lawrence Sher, ASC [JOKER Movie Cinematographer]: I was just very excited when I read it it was incredibly powerful even on the page much like I think the final product I was it was it you know scripts…

Lecture 24

naturalism tells us about a proportion that follows the natural norms so when we see our door of house we may just make out the door is more than five and half feet tall or maybe it’s around six or more fit and height because we know the that is made for a purpose so…

Exploring Digital Media 2019 – Lecture 3 – Exposure and Visual Camera Artifacts

[MUSIC PLAYING] IAN: All right, folks. Welcome back to week six, where we’re going to talk a little bit about exposure. So to this date we’ve talked a lot about composition, lensing, storytelling, without focusing too much on the technical details of how to actually make an image, and match it to our intentions. So…

Frances Walker Memorial Service: Celebration of Life (audio-visual record)

Good afternoon to you all. It’s my very great honor to welcome you today as we celebrate the life, the work and the legacy of Frances Walker. The work at Oberlin is predicated on our commitment to excellence, artistic and intellectual, to ideals and principles that are bigger than ourselves, and to having an impact…

CppCon 2018: Billy O’Neal “Inside Visual C++’ Parallel Algorithms”

– So we’re going to about the Visual C++ parallel algorithms implementation. It’s important to remember that standard library maintainers are generalists. We have to look at things like containers one day, and then tomorrow look at parallel algorithms implementations. There are certainly people in the audience who have made it they’re sort of their…