Types Of Moving Image

Now we had a clearer understanding of where we were going with our project and the kind of idea we were going with, we needed to decide which type of moving image would best suit our 6 posters. We looked at some examples of each type of moving film to see which would work best with the sci/fi horror look we were going for. The different types of moving image we considered were parallax, cinemagraph/gif, time lapse, lenticular, stop motion, multiple exposure and morphing.


Parallax-

What is a parallax?- A parallax is where you take still images and make them move. The images are put together and then edited within photoshop to give the effect that its a moving video. This effect looks really dramatic and gives the pictures a lot of life, making them look like they were filmed. 

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Cinemagraph/ GIF

What are cinemagraphs?- A cinemagraph/GIF is a still image in which a very small repetitive movement occurs, forming a small video clip. They are published in GIF video formats and give the illusion that the viewer is watching an animation. The videos are usually on repeat, to show the stillness of majority of the image compared to the small part that is moving. 

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Time Lapse

What is a time lapse?- A time-lapse is a technique where the frequency/speed at which film frames are captured is much lower. When played at normal speed, time appears to be moving faster. Time lapse looks really interesting with nature themed videos, having moving clouds and leaves, it gives an interesting effect. 

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Lenticular

What is a lenticular image?- Lenticular printing is a technology in which lenticularlenses are used to produce printed images with an illusion of depth, or the ability to change or move as the imageis viewed from different angles. If you hold or move the image at different speeds and angles, you get the effect that the still image is moving, or popping out of the page. 

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Stop Motion

What is stop motion?- A cinematographic technique is where the camera is repeatedly stopped and started, for example to give animated figures the impression of movement. It gives the sense that lifeless objects are moving/ have some life in the videos. 

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Multiple Exposure

What is multiple exposure?- Double Exposure, or Multiple Exposure, is a photographic technique that combines 2 different images into a single image. Giving the effect that there are tow images overlapping. The most common type of double exposure is a human figure being overlapped with a nature image. Giving a really cool effect of the trees and plants being on the humans face. 

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Morphing

What is morphing?- Morphing is where an image changes smoothly from one to another by small gradual steps using computer animation techniques. It gives the effect of changing shapes, or step by step processes such as ageing or disguise.

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My Shoot- Models and MUA

Grace Peploe- Makeup Artist

I have worked with Grace on a few shoots before, she is very professional and always fits my brief of the kind of makeup I want in my shoot. Grace is able to create a range of different looks from soft, natural skin looks to bold and colourful looks. She will be able to cater for the looks I am after for my shoot as she has a large makeup kit with a wide range of products.


Nana Bailey- Model 1

I haven’t worked with Nana before but I am looking forward to doing so. I sourced her from a new faces collection at ‘Model Management’ agency. She will work well for my shoot because she has clear, well toned skin, nice natural looking eyebrows, big eyes and big lips. Which will be perfect in showcasing the colours and makeup looks. Big bold colours will work well on her lips and her skin and really stand out in the images.


 

Emmy Burrows- Model 2

I have worked with Emmy before when it was my Billboard shoot where I shot a new advertising campaign for Illamasqua (image 3). Emmy is a natural in front of the camera and she also has really bold features, perfect for showcasing makeup looks. We worked really well together, and this gives me confidence that my shoot will go well again with her. I didn’t source Emmy from an agency this time around as I had her contact details to contact her personally for this shoot. I sourced her from Oxygen models when I used her before.

 

 

Sketching Into The Layouts

When it came to sketching my ideas into the layouts, I wasn’t sure which category my idea would come under, so I drew into two layouts instead of one. I sketched into the fashion and portrait layouts as I am unsure of which one mine comes under as there is a bit of a cross over within my idea.

My idea comes under portraiture in terms of the type of photos I will be taking… close up face shots, macro facial feature shots and some head shots yet it comes under fashion in terms of focusing on trends, colours and seasons.

Sketching into the Fashion layout-


 

Sketching into the Portraiture layout-