Continuity Assignment – Jarid Schoenlein

For my continuity assignment, I wanted to showcase the process of a common activity, the creation of a sandwich in a way that encapsulates the passing of time in a unique and interesting manner. There are two “rules” of continuity editing that I follow throughout the majority of the video: match cutting and point of view shots. The majority of the video is shot from the perspective of myself. The…

May 16, 2019
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Late Again (Continuity Video) -Joseph Stipan

For my project, I wanted to create a humorous video that shows the passage of time. I use to have a bad habit during my Clark College days of playing video games before class started. After a while, I’d realize time got ahead of me and I’d be driving like a bat out of hell to get to class. I decided to re-create a moment like that. I added music…

May 15, 2019
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Gifs – Blog02 – Sundwall

— A Note: The two larger gifs work when clicked on and viewed on a separate page, I would guess that they do not automatically load due to their size. As a future web designer, I am most excited about the capabilities of gifs when it comes to incorporating video seamlessly into a web page. McCloud explains how a borderless or bleeding panel of a comic gives the panel a…

May 14, 2019
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Continuity Video – Sundwall

The first assignment for “Introduction to Digital Cinema” was an introductory video with a focus on narrative and character building. For that assignment I had envisioned a montage of myself taking my dog for a walk accompanied by my voiceover, but I had trouble executing the camera work and building my own character. For this assignment I wanted to approach the subject of walking my dog again, this time with…

May 14, 2019
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Cinema Narration

The Classical Hollywood Style: objective camera (no looking at lens) cause and effect editing goal or desire and an obstacle to goal closure – plot resolved time and pace for story effects and information Aristotle’s Poetics, 335 BC:  plot = “the arrangement of the incidents” into a whole drama vs. narration / show vs. tell (mimesis) unity of action (cause and effect chain) complex plot: reversal and recognition tragedy arouses…

May 5, 2017
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