Photography is an art form that can be used in many different ways. Some use photography in order to capture memorable moments, and others could use it to evoke inspiration and creativity in our peers. Many do not see the correlation between math and photography, but they are greatly related in things such as panoramas, conformal mapping, fractions, amount of light, hyperfocal distance, and other creativity based things. One way math is related to photography is panoramas. Panoramas are a series of photos from every direction from one point in a plane, so when it is all put together it creates one large photo from a single perspective.
Film takes photography to another level. Film, or the cinema “is objectivity in time.” For the first time with film “the image of things is likewise the image of their duration, change mummified as it were”. Bazin argues "only the impassive lens, stripping its object of all those ways of seeing it, those piled- up preconceptions, that spiritual dust and grime with which my eyes have covered it, are able to present it in all its virginal purity to my attention and consequently to my love. By the power of photography, the natural image of a world that we neither know nor can know, nature at last does more than imitate art: she imitates the
While not the first filmmaker to use it, D.W. Griffith helped pioneer the editing technique of crosscutting or parallel editing, alternating among multiple strands of the simultaneous story action. The concept of editing as montage is closely associated with Soviet filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein. While montages simply the French word for edit,the term has come to designate a theory of editing which emphasizes the breaks and contrasts between images joined by a cut.  The coming of sound technology in the late 1920s served to solidify Hollywood’s commitment to continuity editing, an approach which emphasizes spatial and temporal clarity in order to present a story to an audience in a logical and coherent manner. In the 1940s, cinematic realism became established as one of the primary aesthetic principles in film editing influenced in part by Italian neo-realism and documentary filmmaking
While using deep focus photography, a cinematographer may have to rely on framing, lighting, or composition to guide an audience in a way that typically would be done by focusing on objects or characters in the foreground of a shot. Many of these techniques are found in the scene which shows young Charles playing in the snow while his mother completes the transaction to have him taken from his home. Throughout the scene, Charles can still clearly be seen through the brightly-lit window, even while the adults are talking in the foreground of the shot. The ability to see Charles at all times emphasizes that although he is not directly involved in the conversation, he is still the topic of interest. This deep-focus aids in the mise-en-scéne of this scene by allowing the cinematographer to strategically include Charles as a focus of the scene without directly involving him in the dialogue.
One thing I found interesting was that the design process doesn't stop when filming starts. The design crew is still heavily involved in the decoration and set building process whether it be through putting moss on a tree at just the right angle, or painting the wall to look like a landscape that stretches for miles. Art is essential in today's society. No matter what there will always be a company looking to design a product or an advertisement. There will always be a studio looking for people to design movie sets and help build them.
The Attraction of Early Cinema Since its existence, cinema has been one of the most popular entertainments in the world. In 1890s, the first motion-picture camera was created, introducing the public at the same time to the first period of cinema: early cinema. In the essay “Attractions: How They Came into the World”, Tom Gunning talks about how his colleague André Gaudreault and himself came up with the idea of the “Cinema of Attractions”. Because Gaudreault was French, he was questioning a lot the French translation of “early cinema”. Gaudreault thought that “le cinema des premiers temps” sounded bad and awkward.
They start by either modelling the product in 3D or using the existing CAD files from the engineers, and then they set up virtual cameras, lights, and environments to get the desired results. While the process does have similarities to traditional photography, the level of control and flexibility with 3D visualization is
It is the latest innovation in cinematography. Color in film can build harmony or tension within a scene, or bring attention to a key themes. Color in local movies was attempte d in 1941 by LVN Pictures Inc. in Ibong Adarna. Batallion XIII which was introduce by LVN Pictures Inc. was the first colored picture shown to the public at the Avenue Theater, Manil, in December 1949 (Introduction to Humanities by Sanchez, Abad and Jao).. Today, all the film are already in color. Set and Art Director On a film set, an art director is responsible for all of the artistic and visual designs used for a production including all aspects of set design.
For sure, a dialogue also needs to be consisted in the screenplay, so that the characters in the film script can explain the storyline clearly. Without a dialogue, a film script would be just a silent film with facial expressions without any conversation. So, if the scriptwriter writes a film script without including these elements, the film script would have no story, no conflict, and no crisis to resolve. It is basically the power that drives the film’s story. Every genre has these elements.