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    between frames - never lasting longer than a few seconds - gives the illusion that the environment is changing around the viewer without having to actually move - creating this stationary change effect. The editing, along with the cinematography, can contribute to stationary change through close up shots and transition effects. With the constant use of the selfie shot, which is a medium close up shot of characters taking pictures of themselves, it shows the usage of fixed points surrounding the phone and the characters - allowing the viewer to connect the phone to socializing. The use of the camera flashes as a transition can give importance to the event by creating an aura of stardom. The transitions from one scene to another is used with a flash and a common camera angle, gives the notion that the flashes equal obtainable popularity, as people normally equate flashing lights with celebrities, which then validates an emotional appeal of acceptance for the younger audience. Apple uses the phone’s ability to connect in order to keep the dependency alive.…

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    Odysseus Hero's Journey

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    A Hero’s Journey Comparison of The Flash and Odysseus Why does a hero inspire us to challenge ourselves? A hero goes through an amount of challenges that make them who they are. Most of their early challenges are easier than their future challenges. For many heroes they were forced into a situation they would have to make sense of. Odysseus, husband and new father, was forced onto Poseidon’s sea. Odysseus is considered a Greek hero, because he faced hardships that would make him into a great…

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    The Flash Gender

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    The TV show I have chosen for the review is called The Flash. The Flash was viewed in the CW channel at 8/7c at night of every Tuesday. The target audience for The Flash are teens and young adults. The Flash is about protagonist, Barry Allen, gaining super speed and become a hero called the Flash. When Barry gained his super speed, other people also acquired unique power which some chose to use it in wrong way. Barry becomes the Flash to protect city he is living in, Central City, from many…

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    flashes the two that are most important is the Flash and Professor Zoom. These two characters are both very important to all of the Flash story lines. The Flash is heard to be just as fast or faster then superman. The Flash appears many times even in different comic book such as the Justice league. Professor Zoom also shows up in other comics so he can fight the Flash. The first paragraph will talk about the flash, his powers, how he got them, and his life, then in the second paragraph Professor…

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    Movie Analysis: The Flash

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    a. Barry Allen, who is The Flash, and his date, Linda Park, when to a bowling alley. There they saw Iris and her boyfriend, Eddy, who were also on a date. Barry is in love with Iris and it currently trying to get over his feelings for her. His date is well aware of his feelings. Iris West and Eddy Thawne invite Barry and to bowl with them. Barry and Linda look at each other unsure, Linda hesitantly replied that it was okay. Barry raises the pitch of his voice asking, “Are you sure?” Linda…

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    Flashforward The story is centered around a supernatural event called the flashforward that is caused by unforeseen circumstances. Scientists at the CERN particle collider facility in Geneva, Switzerland conduct an experiment in which they hope will detect the Higgs Boson particle. Instead, the scientists "Flashforward" experiencing visions of their lives twenty years in the future then return to discover that they've been unconscious for two minutes. The aftereffect from the flashforward…

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    They are called The Fastest Man Alive. Did you know that there are four people who call themselves The Flash? Did you know the are two TV shows of The Flash? Did you know that Gerdener Fox Created The Flash and The Justice League of America Jay, Barry, Wally, and Bart are the four Flashes. Barry and Wally are part of The Justice League of America (JLA). The Rival is Jay’s opposite. The Reverse Flash is Barry’s opposite. Zoom is Wally’s opposite. Flashpoint messes up everything. There are more…

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    Case Study: SB Photography

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    First of all, a camera is needed to capture the images. I have purchased a Canon Rebel T6 DLSR camera, which is approximately $600. This camera package includes two lenses, one which is an 18 to 35 millimeter lens and the other is a 75 to 300 millimeter lens. Along with the camera and two starter lenses, SD cards must be purchased for the shoots. A 32 gigabyte SD card will cost $13 and that card will hold about 1,000 images each. I will use approximately two cards a month. I must also purchase…

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    Adobe Company Case Study

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    Adobe ********************************************************************************* About Adobe Adobe is an American computer software company. It began its operations in 1982 and has since spread across the globe. The company’s focus is on multimedia and creativity software, with its most famous product being the image editing software, Photoshop. The majority of Adobe employees still operate in the US, in San Jose where the corporate headquarters are located. Yet, the company’s products…

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    It’s not real. It’s artificial. Photoshop has an ever lasting effect, they’re what stays in a person’s mind, real or not. A fake image that influences what we call “beauty”. A society that’s exposed to the many advertisements that uses manipulative body images to sell yet they’re unreal. Many people don’t even notice what’s real and what’s artificial in these photos. Photoshop shouldn’t be argued if it is good or bad since it results in people suffering from low self-esteem, poor body images…

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