What are camera movements? Essentially, they are controlled independent movements of lens or film plane which enable us to form a more usefull image under a particular set of conditions. They enable us, for instance, to increase depth of field over important parts of the subject, change image shape, and use images of subjects well above, below or to the side of the lens. Camera movements offer us all sorts of image controls, from simple square-on views of mirrors without the camera showing, to a complete change in the apparent perspective of a building. Here, indeed, is valuable 8216;professional magic.8217;
1 >go to navigator on right > add layers by clicking on small square with turned up edge
2 >create your images on each layer (rem to click eye on left pic to view individual layers)
3 >click window in top toolbar > click animation, a box will appear at bottom of page >create new layers in this box to correspond to your layers in navigation box. eg: click the layer icon (small square with turned up edge) to duplicate selected frames
4 >rem to apply each layer to your image layer using the eye tool as before. > the speed of animation can be adjusted on drop down menu8217;s of individual images
Press sideways 8216;play8217; triangle to view animation
5 >file >save for web and devices >make sure gif is selected > SAVE > you can then drag your saved file into browser to see what gif will look like online!!
It makes good sense to work with a limited range of well-chosen films. You get to know their performance intimately 8211; what each can contribute to your particular style of picture, its response to different subject situations and, when necessary, just how far you can abuse the film before results become unacceptable. 8230;
Film is, very simply, a light-sensitive emulsion on a plastic base. An easy way to think of film is to compare it with bread and butter. Think of the bread as the base, the butter as the emulsion. When you hold this combination in your hand, what you feel and see is mostly bread, the base 8211; not butter, the emulsion. The base (bread) holds and supports the emulsion (butter), the active part of the film. 8230;
How sensitive a film is to light, that is, how much it reacts to a given quantity of light, is indicated by its film speed. The more sensitive-or faster-the film, the higher its number in the rating system. 8230;
Most people8217;s experience of colour film will be buying a colour negative daylight balanced film. This means the image goes onto the negative film and then is reversed into a positive colour image in the printing process. 8230;
Culturegrid is a huge index of cultural assets in the UK (books, photographs, videos, locations8230;), and has a search API. At the moment it doesn8217;t return the large images for the URLs it indexes. This adds that feature.
While archeologists try to recreate what life was like 10,000 years ago, and historians try to recreate what life was like 1,000 years ago, journalists can’t even recreate how they published a newspaper 20 years ago. No one documented the details or saved the old equipment. (I had to buy some of it from creepy old men through Craigslist.)
Journalists may write history’s first draft, but when it comes to covering their own history, they don’t even take notes. I can imagine college students 20 years from now asking their aged adviser…
Your digital cameras didn’t just beam images to the cloud as you shot them? What’s a “memory card”? And you had different programs for writing, design, and photo editing? Does anyone still have “Word,” “InDesign,” and “Photoshop”? It’d be fun publishing an issue that way – maybe we can buy copies from some creepy old men on Craigslist.
Almost any image from a printed source can be transferred to paper. The best source of material for transfers is a full-color Sunday newspaper supplement. The inks are highly saturated and freshly printed. The paper stock is a lightweight newsprint, and if you wish to transfer duplicate images, you can purchase cheaply several newspapers. 8230;
Do you ever want to share some photos, mockups or screengrabs with somebody else online quick and dirty? Go to DropMocks, drag and drop your images, and you are done. You get an instant image gallery that displays in CoverFlow style, along with a short URL to share it.
ONull is an image based Vector Generator for Mac OSX. It allows the user to convert images into rasterized vector graphics. This tool was developed to give graphic designers the ability to transform small images from the Internet into printable and editable graphics.
A photogram is a picture made without using a camera; it records not the image of an object produced by a lens but the shadow cast by the object itself i. e. using the photographic printing process but without using a negative. They tend to be strong-silhouetted images. With experimenting you can create a fairly intricate image using marks, shapes and textures. 8230;