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    For this analysis, the artwork I selected a Volute Krater made in Greece during the 4th century B.C.E. The artist, The Underworld Painter, uses several lines, especially in the temple made for Atlas. The horizontal and vertical lines give the temple definite shape because of the thickness and they signify that a hero who has died, is the focal point on the back of the vase. The artist also uses curved lines at the top of the vase to show the richness of detail and drive the story further. The artist also uses the pointing hands of several figures to show a psychological point; Atlas on his throne and Selene driving her chariot. Another element the artist used was the use of red, black, and orange (by mixing red and yellow) colors. The black creates a contrast to the orange and reveals the importance of the figures in orange. The basic hue of the vase is red and…

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    Microlens Case Study

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    a) Microlens Micolens are small lenses with a diameter smaller than 1 mm, they can work by diffraction, refraction or a combination of these two. When arranged regularly on a single substrate they form a microlens array. In order to be considered a good quality lens, microlenses must have qualities such as to low wavefront aberrations, consistency of focal length and pitch across the array, durability and low price. (Daly 2001) Microlens arrays have several applications, such as CCD arrays,…

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    The Other Side of the Lens Peering through the viewfinder, I adjusted the focal length of the lens. The girls flitted within the frame, fueled by a sugar-induced hysteria. All five cradled ice cream cones, exuberantly embracing each other with sticky hands. Crisp pine trees lined the path through camp, framing the elated chaos. With a click, I stopped down the aperture, extending the depth of field and drawing each member of my wacky sixth grade group into focus. Hitting the shutter, I captured…

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    Latin translation “dark room,” to create his works of art. Learoyd designed and built his own room-sized portable camera obscura which sits adjacent to room his subject possess – separated by a singular lens. During this process, light falls upon the subject and is instantly fixated onto the photographic paper, no negative is produced. Learoyd’s approach to the visual arts produces an unfiltered and realistic view of the world surrounding him. For the purpose of this paper, I shall analyze…

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    Slide Motion Lab Report

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    are moved all the way to the right and the stage is moved all the way back or (flushed) to the front. Turn the light to the lowest light intensity and turn off. Unplug and wrap the cord on the back. If cover is available place over the microscope, now it is properly set back to rest. Lens Designations Briefly describe the information in the numbers on the objective lenses. There are four different numbers on the objective lens for example 40/0.70 and 160/0.16. The 40 is the type of…

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    lower saturated clothes appeared to be dirty showing that their social standing was low. While the pastor’s highly saturated clothing showed that he had a high social standing in their society. This being said it can be said that the pastor was Brooke’s intended focal point of this painting. A focus point is defined as the center of attention. It is clear that the pastor is the focal point of the painting. Not because the painting is titled, “A Pastoral Visit,” but because anything that you look…

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    For the line shot I chose a vertical line. I saw that m railing had vertical lines and the curtain next to it did as well. So as I shoot this I make sure that I get all the vertical lines into the shot. Next is the depth of field shot. This was my favorite shot, I just loved the way the camera would focus in and out and doing that was changing the depth of the shot. I used the pen I was using for my homework and sat it on a book and put them inside of a bookshelf. I moved it many angles to show…

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    Cousin Lymon Analysis

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    Cousin Lymon has proven himself to be a sociable person who enjoys entertaining the town's people with his tales. He is an attention seeker who lives the life to the fullest and enjoys being the center of activity at the cafe. He was the one who persuade Miss Amelia into transforming her store into a cafe just for his own pleasure of entertaining people. Miss Amelia allows the transformation to occur out of love for Lymon. Soon, the store transform into the cafe and it becomes a great sort of…

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    This specific style….. In Australia, both Max Dupain and Olive Cotton followed the movement, which concentrated, on sharp focus, abstract angles, bold tones and perspectives. This was also called “New Photography”. “The evergreen Valley of the Macquarie, New South Wales” by Harold Cazneaux captures a beautiful farming scenery, which is quite faded, emphasizing the Pictorialism theme. The different highlights and sharpness throughout the image suggest the bromoil technique has been used.…

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    Lens Equation Analysis

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    The Lens Equation [1] This equation was used in the analysis to find out the focal point of the lens used. This equation can be derived either by using geometry and trigonometry. Figure 1 Ray diagram used to derive the thin lens equation Figure 3 Ray diagram used to derive the thin lens equation In Figure 2 the parallel light ray is shown. Also drawn on are two similar triangles for both triangles the angle shown is the same. This means that the tanθ is the same for each triangle; …

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