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by jaehakshin
Mon Dec 10, 2012 3:52 pm
Forum: Fall 2012
Topic: Wk02 - Photography in Cinema
Replies: 28
Views: 16922

Re: Wk02 - Photography in Cinema

"Blow Up" Thomas (David_Hemmings) is a nihilistic, wealthy fashion photographer in mod "Swinging London." Filled with ennui, bored with his "fab" but oddly-lifeless existence of casual sex and drug use, Thomas comes alive when he wanders through a park, stops to take pictures of a couple embracing, ...
by jaehakshin
Sun Nov 25, 2012 8:13 pm
Forum: Fall 2012
Topic: Wk7 - Computational Camera
Replies: 25
Views: 71362

Re: Wk7 - Computational Camera

Rob Fergus is computational graphic researcher who focuses on the areas of Computer Vision, Machine Learning and Computer Graphics. He is interested in building statistical models of images both at the high level of objects and scenes and also at the low level of pixels and edges. These models may t...
by jaehakshin
Wed Oct 31, 2012 7:29 pm
Forum: Fall 2012
Topic: Wk05 - Elings Open House OR Review Assigned Paper
Replies: 21
Views: 18154

Re: Wk05 - Elings Open House OR Review Assigned Paper

Review Assigned Paper Images are used to attract people and to suggest that they are what the user want. The biggest advantage of the images is that they can be understood by anyone. By attracting people, it unconsciously makes people to interact. Words and numbers cannot replace images but images c...
by jaehakshin
Tue Oct 23, 2012 12:27 am
Forum: Fall 2012
Topic: Wk04 - Barthes' Rhetoric of the Image
Replies: 24
Views: 15319

Re: Wk04 - Barthes' Rhetoric of the Image

Adidas-06-ad.jpg Linguistically, there is little bit of language within the ad. "adidas.com/football", "Impossible is nothing", and "Adidas" with logo. There is a website address on the ad to make the viewers to check out their site and attract consumers to buy their products. Similar to how Nike c...
by jaehakshin
Mon Oct 22, 2012 11:22 pm
Forum: Fall 2012
Topic: Wk03 - Chronophotography
Replies: 25
Views: 16622

Re: Wk03 - Chronophotography

He was interested in the 3 dimensions of bird flight, and so in some of his work he arranged his cameras around the seagulls he was studying rather than alongside them, in a 2D plan, as Muybridge had. He also invented a photo gun to register the phases of a bird's flight. It had a special revolving ...
by jaehakshin
Tue Oct 09, 2012 10:52 am
Forum: Fall 2012
Topic: Wk01 - Camera Obscura
Replies: 30
Views: 20054

Re: Wk01 - Camera Obscura

I obtained the camera obscura from an auction in Cologne, Germany after I became interested in scientific instruments when I was an intern here at the MHS. I made a replica of an early 19th c. reflex camera obscura and I'm now in the process of replicating this example. The challenge for me is in so...