In the past, graphics, special effects, and even techniques weren’t close to being up to par with modern day films. In the mid 1900’s, there was such a big process that many directors had to follow through to complete a film; now-a-days, in the 21st century, this process is the opposite. This brings forth its cause, Technology. Technology plays a very important role in our lives, film making happening to be one of them. Because of technology being so significant, we tend to use as much of it as possible in movies, or adding as many special effects and unique graphics.
The Playstation 3 differs by having a Blu-ray DVD player, which makes the graphics sharper and more colorful. It also gives the Playstation 3 more memory, which means more space for more, higher tech games. The Xbox 360 has a good quality graphics card, but it does not have a Blu-ray DVD player. It plays movies in high definition, is brighter and has very sharp quality. The DVD drive isn’t high in memory, therefore; it doesn’t support high tech games and gamers often have to use two or more discs, rather than one.
Landscape – Set to the smallest aperture (largest F-stop) possible in order to formulate a bigger depth of field. (Shutter speed will be slower) Night – Enables you to set the camera to the slowest shutter speed possible, but can also turn off the flash and set the fastest film possible. Portrait How do Aperture and Shutter Speed relate to each other? For the same scene, if the aperture is wider, the shutter speed is increased, and if the aperture is smaller, the shutter speed is decreased. This is because if you have a large aperture, more light is let through the lens (fast shutter speed).
Color images in magazines finally gave the average person what royalty and nobility that rich had grew since the start of history: art. The first country that gave access to color magazines on a big scale was the United States. The most interesting part of this American Renaissance is that it will take historians a long time to figure out that something amazing happened between the Industrial Revolution to get mankind into the Modern Age. Only when historians start trying to figure out what went down
Technology was advancing, smaller and more portable cameras were being produced which allowed for filmmakers to take their cameras with them to more places while remaining discreet(Ellis, Jack C., Betsy A. McLane.) This spawned a new era in film making. With new and less invasive equipment filmmakers were now able to capture images on film that they were unable to do so before. There no longer had to be big and bulky sound equipment, or a large and immobile camera, which allowed for a more intimate filming experience.
This shows that the extent of digitalization has contributed to the growth and increasing diversity of the new media on society. Digital convergence has resulted in interactivity. Both convergence and interactivity have impacted on the growth and increasing diversity of the new media on society creating a participatory culture where media producers and media consumers interact with each other. Being able to vote for their favourite contestant and being able to call the judges on x factor has resulted in users having more control over media consumption than in the past as they are able to put forward their own opinions. In other words,
Running head: KODAK AND FUJIFILM 1 Kodak and Fujifilm Gary Harris Professor Gordon B. Russell BUS 302 February 2, 2013 KODAK AND FUJIFILM 2 In the market of photographic film and developing, Eastman Kodak and Fujifilm have fared very well in their businesses. Kodak has enjoyed financial success throughout the U.S., while Fujifilm has enjoyed financial success throughout the U.S., Japan, and other countries. In this day in age technology is rapidly changing and it is up to businesses to adapt to such changes or risk going under. Kodak and Fujifilm have been competing vigorously for the bigger share of the photographic film market. In this paper I will describe the history and core business of these two companies, compare and contrast their approaches to management in the aspect of innovation, evaluate both companies’ approach to ethics and social responsibility, discuss their adaption to changing market conditions, and recommend ways a company can build in flexibility to back up its decision making progress in adapting to changing market conditions.
Photography increases the attention factor, and interest to the persons viewing the images, such as for testimony in a trial. (Hess & Orthmann, 2010) One advantage that Digital photography has over film photography is the amount of time one has to wait in order to see the photo that they have taken. With film photography one has to wait for the film to be developed, when on the other hand using digital photography there is no wait period, the photo can be viewed instantaneously. There is a contrast between the “depth of field” in digital cameras vs. film cameras. A digital camera’s depth of field is dependant on it’s programming, whereas a film camera the depth of field is inherent to the film.
Serena Kuhns Mr. Berry 071712 Photography For centuries, photography has become one of the most popular forms of art. Photography has improved drastically; such as the way pictures are developed, type and size of the camera, and the quality of pictures. Many people aren’t aware that photography has been around for centuries and was first thought of by ancient Greeks. The Greeks discovered that pictures can be formed by a small hole in the wall of a dark room. The decade of 1830–1840 is most often believed to be the birth period of photography which was the period when photography became public.
Cases • Case 10-1 On June 30, 2006, your client, the Vandiver Corporation, was granted patents covering plastic cartons that it has been producing and marketing profitably for three years. One patent covers the manufacturing process and the other covers the related products. Vandiver executives tell you that these patents represent the most significant breakthrough in the industry in the past thirty years. The products have been marketed under the registered trademarks Safetainer, Duratainer, and Sealrite. Licenses under the patents have already been granted by your client to other manufacturers in the United States and abroad and are producing substantial royalties.