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Aimee Armosilla

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If it does not work, see Aimee’s pen drive or search “Aimee Armosilla” on YouTube. Hi, my name is Aimee Armosilla. I graduated from UC Berkeley with a Ph. D in Film and Media. My career revolves around videography and film production. My dream job is to record and edit videos or scenes into a final, professional product such as a TV series, live broadcast or internet video. For me, I prefer to work with the production and recording of famous movie scenes-particularly action, comedy or romance. However, I was still new to the company at that time; they suggested that I should be an assistant before I handle the actual job. I got my first job as a video production assistant at Universal Studios Inc. I got to work with the equipment that focus on other parts of the scene such as, sound, special effects, and lighting. A couple years later, the old video producer/videographer retired from the company; I was promoted to video producer of Universal Studios Inc. I get to be the eyes of the entire production and help when people are struggling with process-including the operation of professional cameras. After the scene is recorded, it’s my job to edit the video and produce it. My job includes rigid motions, such as reflection, translation, rotation, and dilation. Aimee Armosilla
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June 3, 2013 In video production, dilation is used when we want to resize a video in order to accommodate a certain screen size or put more focus on something. For example, a video taken for a movie theater may be shrunk to fit a computer screen and vice versa. The video remains the same with the content and quality, however can be resized for viewers. Dilation-shrinking or stretching the figure to form a similar figure

[Dk](x, y) --> (kx, ky)- {k=scale factor, center of dilation is the origin, if k>1=stretch, if k<1=shrink} Rotation is used in video production when you rotate the camera around in a circle (360 degrees). In order to get action that surrounds a character, like say, a battle to the death with the main character in the middle of it all, you can use a camera to take the place of that person and capture what’s going on in the midst of battle. It allows for the viewers to see what is seen around and through the eyes of that character. It’s a good camera shot when it comes to most scenarios, usually when the director wants for a 1st person point of view shot. It is also involved when we film because as we film, the lens picks up the image and reflects the image of the scene into the monitor so the camera operator can get a good sense of the how much is actually in the scene and can adjust to the camera and scene work. Reflection is involved with video production because at certain points in a scene, the camera reflects the pre-image before or during editing to capture different camera angles and points of view. Translation is used in my job because after I finish editing the final product of the production, I need to publicize it online, on TV, or even the in the movie theaters. I am translating the finished product to the audiences of the film, show or video. When it comes to video production, the videos are broadcasted to different places, but the actual project does not change as all the edits of the production were finalized in the editing process. Different companies can alter the size and shape of the film for DVDs or theaters after we have translated the original copy to them. "Dilations." Regentsprep.org. Web. 4 June 2013. 

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Picture Citations will be found on PPT (in the form of hyperlinks). Reflection-a line of reflection reflects a mirror image of the pre-image

(x, y) --> (-x, y)-[y-axis], (y, x)-[y=x], (-y, -x)-[y=-x] or (x,-y) [x-axis] Translation-moving the figure without changing the size, shape, angles, and orientation

(x, y) --> (x[+ or -]b, y[+ or -]a) Rotation-the figure is rotated around an immovable point (center of rotation) in between 0-360 degrees

90 degrees-(x,y) -->(-y, x)
180 degrees- (x,y) --> (-x, -y)
270 degrees- (x,y) --> (y, -x) The original is the pink figure. Since the scale factor is 2, the dilation is a stretch which creates the similar, blue figure. The movement of the pre-image (red) to the prime image (blue) is represented by the rule: (x,y) --> (x-5, y+3).
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