Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Q2: ACO 5.0 - Visual Statement



GOAL: Create a 2-3 minute visual statement that gives your personal view about an issue that is relevant to your audience. Support your high quality voiceover with relevant and proprietary visuals: video, photos or a mix of both. You may also create your own sound effects and Garage Band soundtrack. Finally, work together to skillfully edit all of the pieces together using Final Cut Pro.

DIGITAL PORTFOLIO REFLECTION:
First, explain your topic & message... Why it's important to you and your partners? Then put the project goal into your own words, detailing the project requirements. Link to your partners' digital portfolios and describe their roles on the team and how they contributed to the production of your visual statement. (6 sentence minimum)



 Then, tell us about the Final Cut Pro editing tips and tricks you've learned and how you incorporated them in your video. Why is it important to use FCPX Libraries, Events and Projects properly? Explain why audio levels in different clips can vary drastically and how to correctly balance what your audience will hear. Which part of your video do you think displays higher quality... the audio or the video and why? (6 sentence minimum)


Finally, describe your biggest challenges during this project and what you did to help overcome them. Explain your group dynamic... who was the driving force toward attaining the project goal and how did the other person help or hinder that progress? Explain the most enjoyable part of this project and conclude with a reflection of your critique results... explain why you agree or disagree with them. (6 sentence minimum)



REQUIRED VISUALS:
1) Embed your Visual Statement video from Google Drive at the top
2) Include 2 screenshots showcasing FCPX editing skills below first paragraph
3) Insert a screenshot your Audio/Video log after the second paragraph
4) Add your results from the class critique before the tags

TAGS:
ACO 5.1 Apply problem-solving techniques to create deliverables that address the needs of a client or target audience.

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

ACO 1.0 - Modern Art Movement

Modern Art Movement


DIGITAL PORTFOLIO REFLECTION:
First, what cultural movement gave rise to the art style in your presentation? Explain the influence that your art movement has on the arts and communications industry. How do artists contribute to culture and fulfill a societal need? Describe your personal thoughts about this art movement. (6 Sentence minimum)
 the fauvism movement that was started by the group " Wild Beasts " which included the artists Vincent van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, Georges Seurat, and Paul C├ęzanne but this group helped influence

Next, what artist created the example you chose and what do you think they were hoping to communicate (see required visual #2)? Do you think a single artist can persuade someone's perception/bias/opinion... why or why not? In your opinion, how have advances in technology aided or hindered the cultural impact of skilled art production? (6 Sentence minimum)
Maurice De Vlaminck is a famous fauvism artist

REQUIRED VISUALS:
1) Embed your Art Movement slide presentation at the top of the post
2) Source a famous artwork from your Art Movement between paragraphs
3) Add a screenshot of the quiz results from your presentation before the tags

TAGS:
ACO 1.1 Assess the evolution of art forms for their impact on the arts and communication industry.
ACO 1.2 Evaluate the interaction among media, design and society to assess how each influences the other.
ACO 1.3 Evaluate innovative applications of media and design in society that have impacted the arts and communication industry.

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

ACO 7.0 - workplace safety video


Week 1-3 DIGITAL PORTFOLIO REFLECTION: 
First, describe the project goal and the topic that your team selected in your own words. Tell us about your teammates and hyperlink each person's name to their Digital Portfolio. What did each person do to contribute to the project? Who do you feel deserves special recognition for giving their best effort and why? How did that person go above and beyond for the team? (6 Sentence minimum)



Then, explain your biggest "takeaway" from this project... What did you learn about workplace safety, video production, communication, etc. Conclude with a reflection of your highest and lowest scoring areas from the critique results. Given the confines of this project's variables (ie, location, props, wind, cameras, editing, etc.) what could you have done differently as a team to increase the production value of your finished video? (6 Sentence minimum)



TAGS:
ACO 7.1 Analyze the beneficial effects that safe and healthy work habits have on productivity that improve workplace efficiency.
ACO 7.2 Apply practices to maintain a safe and healthy work environment in relation to careers in the Arts and Communication Pathway.

Friday, September 28, 2018

ACO 5.0 - Coding Altino Cars

Some of the ways that coding is an important skill to learn is the fact that the world is slowly becoming more and more "robotic" I guess you could say. so those jobs will become more and more in demand. In challenge #1 we had to create a decently complicated code to where the car could do a figure 8. also 'Go' controls your speed, "Steering" commands the wheels, "delay' controls how long and action will proceed. I had a hard time with the trial and error but I got through it.


Sound, DisplayLine are the 2 new commands that I got to use to successfully complete challenge #2. I personally would not trust an autonomous vehicle to give mw a ride because I don't feel they could react or have the instinct to get me out of a sticky situation. I do feel that autonomous vehicles well be used to carry out complex tasks because dominos already has autonomous vehicles delivering pizzas. Also theres the fact that my generation is becoming more and more reliable on machines doing things for us so i wouldn't be surprised if autonomous cars became and everyday thing.                                 


Photo Credit: Triton

Photo Credit: Triton

Photo Credit: Amine
TAGS:
ACO 5.0 - Create a deliverable using problem-solving techniques to address client needs or target audience.
ACO 5.1 - Apply problem-solving techniques to create deliverables that address the needs of a client or target audience.

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

ACO 3.0 - Art & Design





The elements or art that are used in my still life were line, texture, and value. I used line to "outline" and make my drawing standout a little more, texture to give my image more detail and more intriguing, and value to give my image more depth. I found that getting really close and getting those little details to be very enjoyable but theres not really anything that I found not enjoyable.




Using the Elements of Art as keywords, describe the similarities and differences between your finished landscape image and your finished still image. Reflect on your process... Did you stay with the more basic beginning tutorial or were you able to refine the image using advanced filter techniques? How did your technique affect the outcome? (6 Sentence minimum) My landscape was taken in my yard where you can over look the valley.






TAGS:
ACO 3.1 Analyze how elements and principles of design in various forms of media are applied to communicate to a specific audience. Elements of Art: Space, Line, Color, Shape, Texture, Form, Value.
ACO 3.2 Critique how the effective integration of elements and principles of design within a variety of medium impact target audiences. Gestalt Theory: Similarity, Continuation, Closure, Proximity, Figure and ground
ACO 3.3 Apply elements and principles of design to clarify, focus, or enhance a message or concept for a target audience. Principles of Design: Scale, Proportion, Unity, Balance, Harmony, Contrast, Repetition, Variety, Emphasis)

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

audio production

                   

 DIGITAL PORTFOLIO REFLECTION:
some of the ways intonation and inflection can be used is like have u ever thought about if someone talks to you with the same tone it gets uninteresting and boring but if some one has a lot of intonation then the conversation is usually way more interesting and u actually want to stay intrigued. my role in this assessment was game show host on the script but for the team my role was vocal talent but i was not team leader that was garret. that job required me to be the vocal talent for the group. it was also very important t rehears because it make it to were theres a lot less editing.





In my personal opinion I feel like my group did excellent. For not completely know how to work with the tools that we were given. because me and ben were very lost. but we didn't do to bad. we met our goals on this project. we faced a couple obstacles along the way, for example we had a hard time figuring out how the script was gonna work for a gameshow. if i had to do this project again i would have more intonation, add a couple jokes and stuff like that.


TAG:
ACO 5.1 Apply problem-solving techniques to create deliverables that address the needs of a client or target audience.

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

ACO 6.0 - Proprietary Information


The FCC is a independent agency of the united states created to control and monitor internet usage for example, copyrighted songs, black market dealing, and illegal downloading. Copyright infringement is when someone makes a copy of, lets say for example they take an album and passes it if as there own or doesn't give credit to the artist or uses it without permission. If they get caught doing this act there are consequences such as a 250,000 dollar fine or up to 10 years in prison or both. To use copyright material with permission you can get in contact with that person that owns what you are trying to use and get someone signed legal documentation saying you have permission or you can use copyright free music and stuff like that from certain websites or make your own.

TAGS:
ACO 6.1: Analyze the use of copyright and proprietary information in arts and communication to facilitate responsible, legal and ethical behavior.
ACO 6.2: Examine ethical issues in arts and communications to make appropriate decisions related to clients, co-workers and society.