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    carried out, that fun we had” (Sontag, 9). This means the degrees of knowledge from a photograph are the viewers recollecting the various senses of the photographer; perhaps putting themselves in his shoes and comprehending through a progression of photographic images the experiences of

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    The Matrix Film Analysis

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    In The Matrix, a science fiction film based in a post-apocalyptic world after a Terminator Scenario (Where machines attack humans) aligned event, the birth of a hero is shown. Nothing is what it seems in the Matrix, as it stands only as a device to distract people from realizing their cattle like existence, which is in essence an illustration of the ideology of Karl Marx, where reality and the way of life in the Matrix is maintained, oppressed, discovered, and eventually explained. There are various

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    BUSINESS STUDIES FILM RREVIEW: THE INFORMANT! NIVASHA BUDHRAM 12 One of the many baffling wonders of Steven Soderbergh’s lively dark comedy The Informant! is that it is always clear what the main character is thinking. This therefore presents a challenge to viewers to decode the main character and get an understanding of his thoughts and understand him as a person. For example, in high-stress situations, his mental processes are nervy, hilarious murmurs of daydreams about polar-bear hunting

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    obtaining sharp images is to set your reticle. The reticle is the adjustable viewfinder crosshairs and is unique to each operator’s eye visual acuity. To adjust, place a white piece of paper in front of the camera (alternatively, you can use the camera lens cap on), raise the illumination light to highest and while looking through the viewfinder, turn the eyepiece clockwise and counter-clockwise until crosshairs are sharpest. You are now setup. Fundus Photography (FP) To begin, it is standard to start

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    The movie Candyman, is a mystery thriller film that was released back in 1992, which was directed by Bernard Rose. Set in Chicago, it tells the tale of a University graduate student (Helen Lyle) who, while investigating urban legends, stumbles across the legend of the Candyman who is a terrifying murderous supernatural being with a hook for a hand. (Candyman (1992) - IMDb. 2015.). The opening shot of the film demonstrates a flying shot of an occupied city, which pans after a street while cars

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    Microscope Lab Report

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    Slowly turn the coarse adjustment so that the objective lens goes up (away from the slide). Continue until the image comes into focus. Use the fine adjustment, if available, for fine focusing. 7. Move the microscope slide around so that the image is in the center of the field of view and readjust the mirror

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    Berntsen explained that each child is randomly assigned one of three kinds of contact lenses. The control lens is one that is normally prescribed to correct myopia. The other two are bifocals with varying degrees of plus-power in the periphery of the lens focusing the light sooner at the edges, controlling eye growth according to the findings of Smith’s research. The peripheral light is then focused in front of the retina, which

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    Theoretical Jaws Case Study

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    the jaws is gained only in the anterior of the midline, the use of this technique for the calculation of horizontal dimension of alveolar process is applicable to this area only. [49,52] 2.4.5 Panoramic Radiography: The resolution of and the shape of the panoramic radiographs is less than that of an intraoral film but it provides a broader visualization of the two jaws and the anatomical structures nearby. The panoramic imaging technique is distinct because of the magnification in vertical plane

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    Rear Window The film masterpiece “Rear Window” is directed by Alfred Hitchcock and is known for its unique ability to connect to the hearts of many. The movie intrigues the audience from the opening scene to the dramatic amusement, Hitchcock’s movie is near impossible to predict and is composed of multiple plot twists and surprises. Despite being a harsh movie critic, I truly appreciated every single detail that is put forth by the Director. Unsurprisingly, Hitchcock is known for countless other

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    is called microscopy. Microscopic means invisible to the eye except aided by a microscope. 2. HISTORY FIRST Zacharias Jansen (1580–1638) invented a compound light microscope and after that Antony van Leeuwenhoek in 1632–1723 invented a simple (one-lens) microscope that earned a lot of importance worldwide. Robert Hooke in 1635–1703 further refined the compound microscope by adding the part STAGE in it. Carl Zeiss (1816–1888) and Ernst Abbe (1840–1905) were the two business man and they added the

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    Skin Informative Speech

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    Most of you must have an experience in feeling sweating, feeling burn, and skin turning to red, as red as skin of shrimp when it was being boiling when being exposed to direct sunlight. All of you must feel not comfortable with those conditions, right? So, today I am going to talk about the sunburn problem and the solution to this problem. I want to tell you about this as I am obsessed with health, skin care and skin beauty and I have gained much information from many sources that I have read. So

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    objective lens, the rays refract and converge until they hit the focal point. After they pass the focal point, the rays start to diverge. The rays are then intercepted by the eyepiece lens where the light refracts as it passes through the lens and causes the light rays to become parallel again as discussed in Converging Lens. The image produced by a Keplerian Telescope is magnified, inverted and virtual. Calculations To calculate the focal length for both lenses, the Descartes’ Method (thin lens method)

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    When I first heard that I needed to complete a legacy project I was very concerned about what I could possibly do that would help my site. I felt that Playhouse already had everything that I could possibly offer and that anything I offered would not be significant. After addressing my concerns with the lead teacher of the classroom I am interning in, we decided on a legacy project. In the classroom, Laura has shelves where the wooden blocks are stored. The shelves have cutouts that match the blocks

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    Cataract Research Paper

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    within the lens are responsible for maintaining its clarity. Over many years, the structures of these lens proteins are altered, ultimately leading to a gradual clouding of the lens. A cataract scatters the light as it passes through the lens, preventing a sharply defined image from reaching your retina. As a result, your vision becomes blurred. As you age, the lenses in your eyes become less flexible, less transparent and thicker. Age-related changes can cause tissues within the lens to break

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    Let’s go back in time. Let’s think how we get all these amazing pictures that hold so many memories to us. As they say a picture is worth a thousand words. Who invented photography? What did they do to get it started? George Eastman was a pioneer of modern day photography. First, let's talk about who George Eastman is. George Eastman was born on July 12, 1854 in Waterville, New York. His father died and times were very tough for his family. His mother had to take in Borders so they had enough

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    Tim Burton's Fairy Tales

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    Tim Burton is an animator, screenwriter, director, and illustrator, best known for the dark, twisted, cinematic flair that his films contain, along with a smooth blend of horror and fantasy. Inspired by animator Walt Disney, and writers Roald Dahl and Edgar Allan Poe, it’s no surprise that many of Burton’s films focus on fairy tales. But, unlike many fairy tales, Burton’s fairy tales contain dark tones and moods that many fairy tales lack. Burton emphasizes these dark tones by manipulating lighting

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    In both the films Romeo and Juliet and The Great Gatsby Baz Luhrmann uses the same specific style of storytelling to ensure his audience remains captivated throughout the entire movie. Through the editing choices, lighting, camera work, music choices and actor choices he shows how his style grips the audience. Luhrmann has a definite way of telling stories. In both Romeo and Juliet and The Great Gatsby he uses a prologue to narrate the story. Both are used to provide the audience with initial information

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    The Kinetoscope Essay

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    For the early days of film in the 1800’s a lot of interesting things happened. It was about developing the tools to capture your art. This art also went through, and still is, going through development. Reading up about the history and development of the Kinetoscope interested me. In 1891, Thomas Edison and William Kennedy Laurie Dickson made a single-viewer peep-show device in which film moved past light called Kinetoscope. National Federation of Women’s Club had the honor of the first public demonstration

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    People had no idea about what to be photographed, when and how to achieve professional characteristics of photography. But Kodak overcame this challenge by introducing their products in a way that makes a huge difference in the photographic experience and motivates people use them through their advertising campaigns. They made the need of preserving special occasions such as family events and those were named as ‘Kodak moments’. This kind of information makes it worth observing how

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    Introduction: Benzopinacol can be prepared from benzophenone in presence of sun light (photochemically) using isopropanol as the reducing agent in presence of acetic acid. Acetic acid is added to prevent the cleavage of benzopinacol to benzophenone and benzhydrol by the alkali derived from the glass container used for the reaction. Benzopinacol obtained in the first experiment is converted to benzopinacolone by heating under reflux (5 minutes) with glacial acetic acid containing trace amount of iodine

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