Web Editing

In chapter six, Carroll discussed the duties of an online editor and how those duties truly affect the experience of an Internet user. In other words, a digital editor is the head of quality assurance on a website. When the site is first built, an editor wants to make sure everything is up and running…

Point of View Reading Response

The Art of Technique by John S. Douglass and Glenn P. Harnden discussed the different perspectives a video maker can use when creating a film First Person We saw this a lot in some of the video projects that Professor Price showed us in class. Typically shots that provide time lapses or “A day in…

Green Bay Packers: The Body Bag Team

Injuries are a part of the game. Every fan hears that when one of their favorite players goes down. Football is a physical (sometimes too physical) game that is played between 250-pound men who are fast enough to run sub-five-second 40-yard dashes. However, for the 2013 Green Bay Packers, injuries aren’t just a part of…

Aesthetics of Editing

In The Aesthetics of Editing, Osgood and Hinshaw discussed the importance of the editing and post-production process. Yes, the production process is obviously crucial to the success of the telecast or movie. However, the aesthetics of editing can provide the meaning of the story the video maker is trying to convey. Osgood and Hinshaw gave…

Video Photography: Zettl Chapter 7

Chapter seven of Zettl was a refreshing crash course on what I learned last year in Dr. Armstrong’s Broadcast Communication class (COM 131). Chapter 7 was about the importance of screen space. We already know that what falls within the frame of the picture is important. However, people forget to consider how each object falls…