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Digital Still Cameras

Tutorial: Digital Still Cameras By Paul Grabowicz, Scot Hacker, Mimi Chakarova, Jeremy Rue Introduction This tutorial covers principles of digital photography in general, but refers to these digital still Canon cameras as examples: PowerShot G1, G5, Pro1, Rebel XT If you have a different camera, you’ll find that the same functionality is present on your…

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June 2013 Multimedia Institute: What you’ll take away

Multimedia Storytellers Join The Institute Every June we host a two-week Multimedia Storytelling Institute designed to equip journalists, educators and other communications professionals with the skills they need to produce and distribute their own multimedia projects. For those hoping to learn new storytelling tools, the prospect of dedicating two weeks to a workshop can be both thrilling and…

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Visual Storytelling with Photography

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back to top Visual Storytelling With Photography As digital media becomes more visually oriented, having the expertise and understanding of how to engage audiences through visual media becomes more important. Whether you’re a budding photographer, artist, videographer, or visual communications professional, being skilled in communicating messages, emotions, narratives and information in a way which reaches…

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Digital Media Gift Guide

Gift guide blog- features image: camera, video editing, ehadphones, microphones, data tools, certificate courses.

If you’re looking for a gift to give your storyteller friends and family this season, or you are looking to treat yourself, take a peek at these picks recommended across the web. Audio     Headphones Discover Pods has a comprehensive list for 30 of the Best Podcast Headphones, including factors to consider when choosing…

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How To Take Pictures With The Canon Rebel T3i Camera

Taking Pictures with the Canon Rebel T3i Camera In February 2011, Canon released a new version of its Ti-series cameras called T3i. In some parts of the world, this camera uses the model number Canon 600D (or EOS Kiss X5 in Japan). All these versions of the camera are identical. This workhorse of a camera…

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Take yourself on a 360° tour of the largest fully-steerable telescope in the world.

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Shooting a 360° video requires you to abandon all that you ever knew about shooting video. No close-ups. No angles. No focal lengths.   Chris Schodt, multimedia expert & video producer, explores the nuances of 360° video during a recent shoot in a remote region of West Virginia. This past March, he ventured out…

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Engage your Audience with New Media

Engage your Audience with New Media Imagine a college student attempting to watch a silent film today. Their mind would struggle to focus on something without sound, color, gifs, scrolling! Even sitting a 20-something down in front of a website from 10 years ago wouldn’t hold their interest for long. The tastes of today’s audiences are…

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5 Ways to Tell a Story in 2016

5 Ways to Tell a Story in 2016 It’s been a while since we relied on gathering around the fire to hear a story. People now turn to many forms of digital media to get the information they want to know. Here are 4 important storytelling tools to make use of in 2016: 1. VIDEO…

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Start-to-Finish Storyboarding

STORYBOARDING The Storyboard A storyboard is a sketch of how to organize a story and a list of its contents. A storyboard helps you: Define the parameters of a story within available resources and time Organize and focus a story Figure out what medium to use for each part of the story How to Do…

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