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How Maya almost made a zombie out of me in just four weeks…

DMiP – Autodesk Maya 2008 Just when I thought it was safe to take my brain off ice, the powers that be introduced us to Autodesk Maya 2008 – a 3D modeling program that has enough power to create some … Continue reading

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How to give your photos that deathly pallor…

DMiP – The Dragan Effect a.k.a. The Dave Hill Effect Our lecturer challenged us all, himself included to find out how to produce a Dave Hill or Daragn effect on a digital photograph. Here is an example of a photograph I found

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Have you seen Jennifer Aniston’s new dress?

An Introduction to Media Studies It’s a funny old world. Ever since the ancient civilisations began painting on cave walls, we have been obsessed with media. Nowadays we log on to the internet or switch on the T.V. to get … Continue reading

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The Other Boys from Brazil

World Cinema: Themes and Case Studies – City of God (Cidade de Deus) How many of us actually watch films from around the globe on a regular basis? I’m guessing, on average, not that many. Granted, we are more likely to these days … Continue reading

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Home on the High Dynamic Range

HDR Photography – For artistic effect. The modern age has ushered in a revolution in imagery. Above all else, we are bombarded by images. Look around you now, chances are, you are surrounded by more images than you can count on both hands. … Continue reading

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Negative Exposure

Pinhole photography and the art of making your own camera Want to get into photography? Can’t afford to buy a camera? Got a shoebox, plenty of masking tape, lots of patience and a bit of tinfoil? Then you too can make … Continue reading

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A room with a view – God’s on line two!

I am lucky enough to live in an old building, so old in fact it’s called ‘Old Building’. I believe it dates from 1822. The rooms are bijou with high ceilings, my west-facing window catches a lot of sun in the early evening. … Continue reading

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