Archive from January, 2014
Jan 21, 2014 - Communication    1 Comment

Showing V.S Telling

Close up
Extreme close up
Mid shot
Long shot
Extreme long shot

I picked a close up shot because you can see in depth the character emotions or feeling and it seems more realistic. for example if you have a close up picture of Sherlock when he is shocked his facial expressions show that emotion, using that photo we can deduce the particular emotion with the help of his facials parts and their shape/position. Many close ups used can tell us a lot about the characters personality also it may help tell the audience part of the scene. An example of this would be if the emotion is scared the scene may be very sinister or have a dark tone/feeling.

(P.S I had difficulty uploading a picture.)

Jan 13, 2014 - Communication    No Comments

Survival Story

You probably can’t even begin to imagine making the decision to amputate your own arm with a dull knife. But on January 22 2015, Kai Micholsten was left with no other choice. An 800-pound boulder fell on his arm and trapped him in a Utah canyon wall.

After lying pinned to the canyon for five days, Kai, running out of food and water, thought chances of being found were slim. He leveraged the boulder to make his bones snap, and he then used his pocket knife to cut away his muscles and tendon. Amazingly, he abseiled down a 65 foot wall and walked until hikers found him.


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