1. Brian Allen

    Video Shot Types

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    Using classic and/or contemporary TV and film, provide and label examples (still photos ok) of the following shot types: Establishing, Wide Shot, Medium Shot, Medium Close Up, Close Up, Extreme Close Up, Over the Shoulder, Reaction/Reverse Shot, and Dutch Angle. Also show and label one example each of a dolly, …

  2. Ian Reese

    IR Types of Shots

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    Establishing

    Wide Shot

    Medium Shot

    Medium Close Up

    Close Up

    Extreme Close Up

    Over the Shoulder

    Reaction/Reverse Shot

    Dutch Angle

    Can’t find example yet.

    Dolly (very beginning of video):

    Pan (very beginning of video):

    Tilt:

    Can’t find example yet.

  3. Kelly Carpenter

    Shot Types

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    STILLS

    The following are examples of different camera shots taken from Alfred Hitchcock Presents episode Breakdown.  In this episode a man (played by Joseph Cotton) shows no emotion and ridicules those that do.  He gets in a car accident and becomes paralyzed but everyone thinks he is dead.  They take …

  4. Jeff Grant Sr

    Jeff’s Shot Types

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    The clip I chose to work on is called: “Sam’s Speech”.  It is one of my favorite scenes to the wonderful movie, ” Lord of The Rings” (2:18)(youtube).

    I’ll begin with the timeline along with what shot(s) were used to complete the scene.

    (0:00-0:05): Establishing shot, (WS), 1-shot, tilt-up, dramatic …

  5. Bradley Colson

    FINAL PROJECT – REFLECTION

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    FINAL PROJECT – REFLECTION

    Reflections over this last semester? Is this what this little report is supposed to be all about? I don’t know what to say really, it’s been a little different for me here towards the end of the semester in Digital Media, as well as in everything …

  6. Brian

    Networking – Lab 9 – Protocol Programming With Python

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    Brian Seitz

     

    Objectives: Use python to run a simple client/server and Web client program.

     

    Equipment list: Computers with internet connection, python, client.py, server.py and web_client.py files.

     

    Notes and Observations: Since I had taken a class and learned how to use python already, I found this lab to …

  7. Bradley Colson

    OPERATION DEFENSE – PROTEST AGENDA

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    Plans for protest of the latest threat to the free internet. Demonstrate and Boycott supporters of the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA). Make your voice known to such ebtities as Bank of America, All Chase Branches, the McGraw Hill Publishing Company, CocaCola, Pepsi, Target, WalMart and more. SOPA …

  8. Brian

    Mashedup Children’s Book – BS

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    For this assignment, we were to mash up a children’s book cover with another cultural artifact. I chose to use “Curious George” since I remember reading them when I was a kid, and the internet in general. Just like George, all of us are curious to find new information. The …

  9. Brian

    Networking – Lab 8 – Routing & Routing Protocols – BS

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    Brian Seitz

     

    Objectives: Configure a Static Route Network, configure RIP, and troubleshoot RIP.

     

    Equipment list: Computers, routers, switches, ethernet cables, hyperterminal.

     

    Notes and Observations: This was definitely one of the most irritating labs so far. We setup and connected the two computers to their own switches and …

  10. Bradley Colson

    CYBER INTELLIGENCE SHARING & PROTECTION ACT

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    CISPA Monitoring Bill: Just the Facts

    Internet activists are sounding the alarms on the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, or CISPA, a bill that’s headed for a vote in the U.S. House of Representatives. CISPA would give private companies new ways to share information about cyber-threats with the U.S. …