The following tasks incorporate elements from our two Digital Media weekends with Adam Gibley this year, 2015.
There is a focus is on the use of layering in both Photoshop (manipulating images), Final Cut Pro (manipulating and editing video footage) and Audacity (manipulating and editing sound). The work produced related to my self-directed studio-practice.
1. 3-4 images created using Photoshop
1 image demonstrating the use of Layer masking.
1 image demonstrating the use of Filters.
6 images using techniques or filters of my choice
Final Cut Pro and Audacity Task:
1. “The Last Human – Motherboard” is a visual essay about the human condition in times of transhumanism. It is related to my self-directed studio practice. The video contains the use of titling, fade in/out and other techniques and transitions of my choice. Audio is prepared and edited in Audacity.
2. “Attention and Meditation” utilizes imagery prepared in Photoshop and exported in a Tiff. file . The video contains animated stills from several images from my self-directed studio practice.
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