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Visual Arts & Film Studies Essay

Video Editing
IBM based machines have this advantage of being easily upgraded as opposed to Apple machines. For a small advertising firm, it would be better if it started off with a basic video editing unit and then tailor it to their needs rather than buying a ten thousand dollar unit and then not being able to use it to its potential.
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Visual Effects- Traveling Matte Techniques
 The procedure of blue or green screen matting is very time-consuming. After shooting of a scene, the exposed film is developed. It cannot be seen before the process. Traditional matte extraction procedures are carried out by complicated software and hardware from pictures on the developed film. The procedure takes place off-line, and in post-production immediately after shooting of the scene.
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Vincent Willem van Gogh
He is later quoted saying that his youth was gloomy, cold and sterile. Lucky for him, in July 0f the year 1869, his uncle mostly known as Cent helped him get employed as an art dealer with the Goupil & Cie in The Hague. He later got transferred to London. It must be noted that this was a very joyous time for Vincent since he was just twenty years old and successful. He earned more than his father. Vincent apparently developed feelings for Eugenie Loyer, his landlady’s daughter but upon his
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Van Gogh's The Starry Night and Salvador Dali's Persistence of Time
Van Gogh as was characterized by MoMAs curator, Joachim Pissarro, great-grandson of the French Impressionist Camille Pissarro as an artist to be “most audacious, crazy passionate, frenzied, unleashed bursts of brushwork. But despite of his mental anguish, Van Gogh never ceased to enjoy an astonishingly clear self-awareness and consciousness of what he was doing.As an artist, Salvador Dali shared some characteristic with Van Gogh because he was also considered as eccentric and his behaviors
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Virgin and Child Painting

The chair of the Virgin was also colored red and was placed against the light cerulean blue as a background that made the head very prominent. It became prominent through this color scheme because red is considered a warm color that will contrast and “pop out” against a cold color which is its background.

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Visual Arts and Films
Digital signals have several properties that distinguish it from analog signals in a communication method. One of them is that the digital signal for its synchronization uses specific sequence; also its communication language is well understood by the user and the sender. Any errors or problems that may arise during analog communication interfere with the planned communication while digital communication is not affected by any errors. Advancement in computers has led to detection of errors and
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Visual Analysis of Painting II
In the water, probably in the process of attacking the drowning slaves, and there are also sea gulls which are circling above the chaos (Kleiner 795).The central focus of this painting has been placed on the interactions of a number of colors. Some defined brush strokes are clear in the painting hence the figures, colors and objects are indistinct. To a certain extent, objects have been outlined by their distinctive colors in the artwork. There are some objects such as the incoming storm and
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Visual Space in Street Art and Graffiti
According to Dickenson, New York city was one of the cities where graffiti art first emerged. These visual artworks were made in as a representation of the “race, class, gender, ethnicity, nationality, religion etc.” of the artist or group of artists 
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Vincent Van Gogh the Sower
The painting has a linear perspective and the color of the sun and its bright yellow light on the background is not less saturated than the colors of the field in the foreground of the piece. The time and motion in this painting are not evident and everything seems to be frozen. The illusion of light that the sun radiates is created with the help of dark shadows that the sower casts on the field. On the other hand the mould and furrows cast small shadows of their own, which blur into one and
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Vincent Van Goghs Starry Night and Hans Hofmanns Spring
Van Gogh favored landscapes and portraits. However, due to his own emotional instability, his work captured his personal impressions of the subject matter of his art. Thus the finished work was the heartfelt reaction to this environment and each captured image contained a more profound emotion of what he saw and how he reacted to what he saw based on his own experiences and perspectives. His work was often unguarded and included colors that symbolized his personal emotions and would eventually
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Visual Analysis of A Pair of Ear Flares
Light has been used to create contrast in the spaces and the surrounding environment of the Pair of Ear flare. Lighting emphasizes on different parts of the Pair of Ear flare. Shadows are used to prove that light travels in a straight line. The viewer mostly deduces the shape of an object in its environment by the use of its shadow.
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