Sight, Sound, Motion: Applied Media Aesthetics
Cengage Learning, 1 sty 2016 - 464
The most comprehensive book on the market, Herb Zettl’s SIGHT SOUND MOTION: APPLIED MEDIA AESTHETICS, 8e describes the major aesthetic image elements -- light and color, space, time-motion, and sound -- as well as presents in-depth coverage on how they are creatively used in television and film. Zettl’s thorough coverage of aesthetic theory and the application of that theory place this contemporary and highly relevant text in a class by itself. It equips students to think critically about media aesthetics and apply them to production situations. Richly illustrated and now presented in full color, it also features strong visuals that often draw on traditional art forms, such as painting, sculpture, and dance.
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Applied Media Aesthetics
The First Aesthetic Field Light
Structuring the First Aesthetic Field Lighting
The Extended First Field Color
Structuring Color Function and Composition
The TwoDimensional Field Area
The TwoDimensional Field Forces within the Screen
Building Screen Space Visualization
The FourDimensional Field Time
The FourDimensional Field Motion
Structuring the FourDimensional Field Timing and Principal Motions
The FiveDimensional Field Sound
Structuring the FiveDimensional Field Sound Structures and SoundPicture Combinations
Visual Narrative The Syntax of Continuity Editing
Visual Narrative The Syntax of Complexity Editing
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