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DMiP Week 8 In the 8th session for Digital Media in Practice we looked at basic desk top publishing principles. The four golden rules according to Robin Williams‘ The Non-Designers Design Book are as follows…
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
Henri Cartier-Bresson: A Life in the Street There are many photographers I admire greatly, but above all my favourite is the French master, Henri Cartier-Bresson. Born in Northern France on 22nd August 1908, Cartier-Bresson was raised in a financially comfortable environment in which … Continue reading
DMiP Week 5 Learning to correct colour tone, saturation and brightness in Final Cut Pro is a very useful skill. As amateur film makers we will no doubt run into a plethora of troubles when shooting footage as far as … Continue reading
Creative Computing Week 3 In lesson 3 we looked at image manipulation, its place in the media and were asked “when does enhancing an image becomeethically dubious?”
Creative Computing: Weeks 1 & 2 In Lessons 1 & 2 of the Creative Computing module, we were given instruction on editing and touching up images in Adobe’s Photoshop CS3.