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Kinestasis Technique of making films from still images through varying camera movement over the still pictures Commonly used in documentaries, historical.

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2 Kinestasis Technique of making films from still images through varying camera movement over the still pictures Commonly used in documentaries, historical narratives Types of camera movements typically used in kinestasis films Panning – horizontally/vertically Zooming – changing focal length of camera Dollying – depth movement Focus – changing focus

3 Collage Assembling flat objects together to convey symbolic or suggestive relationships To see some examples of collage by the Dadaists click herehere

4 SCREENING Black History in 60 seconds, Chuck Braverman, circa 1971 The First commercial to use kinestasis techniques Harlem Wednesday, John & Faith Hubley, 1958 Kinestatsis over still paintings Powers of Ten, Charles and Ray Eames, 1977 Wonderfully creative use of kinestasis Majority of imagery is still images (except for a few scenes) Frank Film, Frank Mouris, 1973 Collage example Independent student film, Oscar winner Took images collected from magazines over several years, created ultimate collage film

5 Lab Exercise Explore different camera movements and animating to audio track Import Sound and images into Aftereffects and animate the camera to reveal information about the image in a variety of ways Animate camera movements over images in sync with the audio Create transitions and camera moves that compliment the audio allow audio to help with the timing of animation


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