Continuity and Discontinuity Editing

Assessment 1: Lumiere Films Growing up in Tasmania, I felt isolated from the rest of the world. Time seemed to slow down and as a teenager, I almost felt trapped, wanting a chance to explore the rest of the world. I focused on the parameters and depth of my shots to create that encapsulated feeling.Continue reading “Continuity and Discontinuity Editing”

Visual Storytelling

In this week lecture we covered visual storytelling. Visual storytelling is the use of graphics, videos and images to convey meaning and spark emotions in viewers. One aspect of visual storytelling is visual language. This can be broken into three categories: Image Subject Perspective Composition Colour Light Size Distance Intensity Colour Continuity Movement Diegesis EditingContinue reading “Visual Storytelling”

The Birth of Cinema

In this weeks BCM115 class, we explored the basics of cinema and photography. The lecture this week focused on five main points: framing space, framing movement, continuity editing, the Soviet Montage Theory and diegetic space. Framing Space Framing space refers to the techniques used to frame space pictorially. During the time of the Lumiere brothersContinue reading “The Birth of Cinema”

Introduction to Screen Media

This week in BCM115 we were introduced to the fundamentals of screen media. The Lumiere Brothers were one of the first to capture film with their invention of the Cinematograph. They used this machine to produce many “locked view” films that were created by keeping the camera perfectly still on a tripod so as toContinue reading “Introduction to Screen Media”