Utterly awe inspiring. Enough said.
Category Archives: Photography
The ISO setting on a camera modifies the light sensitivity of the camera processor (the chip that captures the image). A high ISO setting brightens your image at the cost of increasing the ‘noise’ in the image. In stills photography this can be a deliberate, stylistic choice, adding a ‘grainy’ look to your images. In video, the noise moves as well and can render your footage poorly. Thanks to Gavin Ko for sending us this demonstration of the ISO settings effect on video shot on the Canon 60D DSLR camera.
Remember the rule: wide angle lens equals more distortion and exaggerated perspective. Longer, zoom like lens equals less distortion and a flattening of perspective. Here is a nice example illustrating the principle on a persons face. Thanks Stephen Eastwood for his work on this at Gizmodo Australia.
Clif Mitchell, semester 3 (Miller) found this nice stop frame piece. Photo sequences cut from magazines. I especially like the rough-edged quality.
1988 Video tribute to Joy Division lead singer, Ian Curtis who took his life at the peak of the bands success in 1980.
Don’t walk away…
This documentary was made only a year after this profoundly influential photographers death. The re-enacted commentaries on her work provide real insight into ‘ways of seeing’ and choice of subject matter.