Posts tagged: L2
If you want a reference when you achieve your qualification it is crucial that you meet ALL deadlines.
If you are struggling please speak to your Lecturer in good time so we can support you.
LV2 Media students Jon, Nawar, and Jack present their #musicvideo for 30 Seconds To Mars’ ‘This Is War’.
See Jon’s tumblr for tips on how to create these effects in Blender, After Effects, and Sony Vegas…
Congratulations to LV2 Creative Media students who have submitted their Music Video projects.
I am marking them this week and you will receive your grade in your 1st lecture back.
#bcotmedia students - if you use your mobile phone in lectures to text your friends while your fellow students are working on projects.
Well, that doesn’t look too good does it?
If you are having trouble leaving your mobile alone for 1 hour at a time please speak to us so we can help you.
#bcotmedia students - we do not tolerate any ignorance about sexuality, race, disability, or religion. Please speak to us if you need to. Scott
@levidesousa1 presents #AttackoftheArancia
Subscribe to Levi at: http://www.youtube.com/user/warlock399
‘The #BCOT guide to sleeping at #College’ - a short video project by L2 Media students Sam, Dale, Alex, and Lee
#Semiotics for beginners - #CodesandConventions
Lesley and James present ‘Too Much #Minecraft’ #Games
Subscribe to Lesley’s youtube channel here: http://www.youtube.com/user/SunnySidesX3?feature=watch
The Superheroes…and Lee present the #NinjaPizza #advert
Levi, Nathan, and Rob present the 2nd #teaser for #AttackoftheArancia
The shot Levi uses at 4-6 seconds is the #DollyZoom (also referred to as the Push/Pull)
A dolly zoom is a cinematic technique in which the camera moves closer or further from the subject while simultaneously adjusting the zoom angle to keep the subject the same size in the frame. The effect is that the subject appears stationary while the background size changes (this is called perspective distortion).
Find out more from… http://www.mediacollege.com/video/shots/dolly-zoom.html
Having arguments with fellow #bcotmedia students? Speak to your Lecturer and we will help you.
#bcotmedia students - be sure to eject your #USB Drives when using the #Mac’s
NOTE - It is recommended that you stop using USB Drives as your only means of saving work (like a Grandad Caveman) and start saving your work in the Cloud using Dropbox (like a Future Boss)
Don’t lose your work - get yourself a Dropbox.