This week so far, I’ve been looking at Photography techniques such as shutter speeds, minature photography and other things such as more darkroom development. Also, I’m working on a printed advert based on the 007 movies, and arranging for a cameraman for my low budget film, Splinter Cell: Mission Failed.
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Today I’ve written up a task in my Photography unit about Pentax K1000 Cameras, the history of photography and other points in that area.
This week I’ve been working on a project on Games perspectives and camera angles and well as deconstructing my own games (Stalker and Borderlands 2) and making my own game (Equestrian Apocalypse) and also, in Helen’s photo sessions producing a Black Metal music inspired photoshoot. The results will be up here soon.
This week I’ve been working on a Powerpoint about famous Game Player characters which I’ve yet to finish. I;ve been taking photos around town today too and I need to process my photos next week.
Thats all for now
Last week, I learnt how to process film in the traditional method, by using various chemicals, a tub, a dark box and my hands (not being able to see, relying on my hands just to find things inside the box). I realised afterwards that before Digital SLR Cameras where invented, Photos where much more difficult to develop and took a very long time. I also got on with some research too on Game Terrain.
On Friday, I drew out some concept artwork for my Film derived Project, they take time to draw too, and soon I’m going to scan them, as well as some other tasks for it. Today I’ve produced a Poster about Terrain in Games using STALKER: Shadow of Chernobyl as an example on the poster itself.
I’ve recently got into Netflix as well on my Laptop, PS3 and IPad, it works well and I watch a lot of films on there. That’s all for now, well all I can think of.