Click here to see a video I made in prezi. This videi is facts and things about the super bowl. Prezi works well for someone who wants to make a slideshow with more features than powerpiont. To view this rigthclick on it and then go up to open. Or double click on it and then click on the link.
 http://prezi.com/ravzchcrhq4q/present/?auth_key=nwr1dss&follow=ga8je2ncbujf
 
I just finished the coarse digital design and I will not be using this blog anymore for projects.I enjoyed this class because you get to work at your own pace and work independently but help is still available. This coarse will help you learn how to make digital art projects, animation, and slideshows. I enjoyed the fact that we also got to work with others on projects to make it easier and more fun. I would recomened this coarse.
 
I made this video using  windows movie maker. I got the music from www.freeplaymusic.com. You can take your photos and put them into a slideshow by putting the transision time down.
 
This little movie I created in pivot. It is a program that allows you to move curtain part of characters. There are regular humans, animals and ladders.  
 
I made this video using a program called picasa which is a program that takes all your pictures and organizes them. You can then choose the photos you want to use and maek it into a movie. You can add music to the video and make slide transisions.
 
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1. Hold your camara at the eye level of the picture your taking. At the subjects eye level.
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3.Always use the flash even on sunny days to improve your pictures. use flash on cloudy days or in dim light to make your photo stand out from the background
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4.For a good picture move in close to your picture. Zoom in or get in close so your sublect fills the whole frame. For small objects use macro or flower on your camera.
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5.Take some of your pictures virtical. Some pictures look better in vertical like your friends or a tall building.
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6. Lock the focus to make sharper pictures. Center the subject. Press the shutter button half way. re-frame your picture. Press shutter button all the way.
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7.Place your picture off center. Just remeber to lock the focus on your sublect.
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8. Know the range of your flash. Pictures that are behind your flash range will be dark.
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9.Watch your pictures light. Great light makes for a good picture. For people use cloudy day function oon your camera. Avoid to much sunlight .For scenic pictures use color of early and late daylight.
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10.Be a picture director. Take an extra minute and be a picture director. Add props, rearrange your subjects, try a different view point.
 
learning about how a camera works so we can get to know a camera better and use all its functions.
 

Make a video of your own at Animoto.

i made this at www.animoto.com
 
1. Hold your camara at the eye level of the picture your taking. At the subjects eye level.
2.Look at the background before you take the picture. Less stuff in your background is better. Alot in your background will destract from your main focus
3.Always use the flash even on sunny days to improve your pictures. use flash on cloudy days or in dim light to make your photo stand out from the background
4.For a good picture move in close to your picture. Zoom in or get in close so your sublect fills the whole frame. For small objects use macro or flower on your camera.
5.Take some of your pictures virtical. Some pictures look better in vertical like your friends or a tall building.
6. Lock the focus to make sharper pictures. Center the subject. Press the shutter button half way. re-frame your picture. Press shutter button all the way.
7.Place your picture off center. Just remeber to lock the focus on your sublect.
8. Know the range of your flash. Pictures that are behind your flash range will be dark.
9.Watch your pictures light. Great light makes for a good picture. For people use cloudy day function oon your camera. Avoid to much sunlight .For scenic pictures use color of early and late daylight.
10.Be a picture director. Take an extra minute and be a picture director. Add props, rearrange your subjects, try a different view point.
 

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