Blog #1 Taylor Passios

Last week, I saw something on my Instagram that I thought was super hilarious. This Instagram page is called xratedeats and posts small funny clips of delicious meals with hip hop music in the background that in a way sexualizes food, but not in an inappropriate way at all; just makes it look extra delicious […]

Blog Post #1 Shane Cohen

So far in class I’ve been very interested in the Kino-eye and how we choose to not only perceive the world through the lens, but also how we portray it. I’ve been thinking about this as I move forward with the “Photo-A-Day” assignment and trying to ignite a new perspective on how we see our […]

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Over the past few days I’ve been taking a photo a day and trying to upload them punctually. Taking the picture itself isn’t to difficult but just simply remember to take the picture and then upload it has been the most difficult part so far. However as far as taking the picture goes I have […]

Blog Post #2

  Eli Fuchs Blog Post #2   The Photo-a-day assignment for this week is self-portraits. At first I thought the idea was to just take pictures of ourselves and post them but I realized it can mean so much more than that. I had trouble thinking of things that I could take pictures of that […]

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Eli Fuchs CMDP 1400 9/21/17   Blog Post #1   A current project that we are working on in class is the photo-a-day project. Last week’s theme was college/dorm life and I really enjoyed taking pictures of things I normally wouldn’t have. I successfully took a photo every day and uploaded it to the flickr […]

Reading Response#1

The first reading “What Is New Media”, Manovich discusses media and what it is through five points: Numerical Representation, Modularity, Automation, Variability, Transcoding. He uses these to distinguish what is media and what isn’t. For example, an image is media because it is code at the root, which is numerical representation. The second reading is […]

Reading Response #1

http://klaq.com/files/2016/03/netflix2.png For this week’s reading response I chose to delve into A.O. Scott’s “The Screening of America”. In this piece, Scott explores the nature of the classic cinematic experience and how the different “new media” forms have threatened it. While new forms of media have evolved in the same space as the cinema, movies have […]

Reading Response #1

http://moviecitynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/enhanced-buzz-2807-1301948095-32.jpg For this week’s reading response, I chose to talk about A.O. Scotts “The Screening of America,” mainly because it I found it extremely relatable. Ever since I was a child, I have always loved going to the movie theaters to watch a film with my friends or family. The bright neon lights that lured […]

Reading response #1

After reading “The Screening of America”, my first thought was that movies, no matter what device they’re viewed on doesn’t change my perspective of the movie or whatever I’m watching. That could be because I grew up watching movies on tv, my computer or in theaters and didn’t grow up in a time where major […]