Transcript: Research Noise Horizontal Levels Pick/Discard A Picture = P/X http://hourigank.wordpress.com/ Bright/Light Dull 100 200 400 800 1600 http://hourigank.wordpress.com/2010/10/11/photography-3/ ISO Macro Close Up Using Compact Camera Resulation Blur/Focus 1mp 2mp 3mp 8mp Bigger Image Size Virtual Gallery Sharing Photos Flickr Photography Graphics Upload Images Book Covers Organise Software Open Eye Magic Wand Tool Adobe Photoshop Place Spine Penguin Logo Paint Bucket Tool Pen Tool Rasterize http://hourigank.wordpress.com/2010/09/27/photography-one/ Flip Slice Tool Layers Adobe Illusrtator Opacity Warp Tools 10% 50% 100% Vertical Image Adjustments Live Trace Brightness Import Export Contrast Import/Export http://hourigank.wordpress.com/2010/10/04/photography-2/ Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Crop Brightness & Contrast
Transcript: Looking at Pictures Formal Analysis "Looking isn't as easy as it looks" Ad Reinhardt (1913-67) Artist Questions to ask when examining a painting Looking at an artwork and trying to understand what the artist wants to convey. There are certain basic characteristics such as colour, line, space and mass, and scale. Often these are best discussed in terms of a sliding scale between pairs of opposites: Linearity vs painterliness Flatness vs three-dimensionality Dark vs light Remember works of art change with the passage of time. What did it look like originally?
Transcript: software Adobe Photoshop CS2 Open File/Save File http://www.flickr.com/photos/53879612@N02/ Flip Brightness & Contrast http://ameliaruby.wordpress.com/2010/10/18/photoggraphics/ (symmetry) Live Trace Horizontal/Vertical Import/Export Blur/Focus Colour Range Brightness & Contrast http://ameliaruby.wordpress.com/2010/10/11/photoggraphics-4/ Sharpen Crop Adobe Illustrator Warp Tool Graphics Organise Using Compact Camera http://ameliaruby.wordpress.com/2010/12/20/livetraced-alphabet-gallery/ Research I took pictures of typography and used Lightroom to organise them. boiler parts photography Rasterizing & Distorting Text 100 200 400 800 1600 Bright outside Merge Cirque Du Soleil ISO Upload Images Pick/Discard images (P + X) Library Module Edit Module Clear image Share Images http://ameliaruby.wordpress.com/ Average Levels Pen Tool (to create shapes) Layers Opacity Photography http://ameliaruby.wordpress.com/2010/10/11/photoggraphics-4/ Book Covers made in Photoshop Colour Picker NOISE! Import/Export Macro Dull interior Duplicate Adobe Lightroom http://ameliaruby.wordpress.com/2010/10/11/photoggraphics-4/ Slideshow BANKSY Adjustments Place Resize
Transcript: SPIDER DIAGRAM Carlos Suarez Maria Andrea Cabezas Isabella Gonzalez Thank you! WHO IS SHE? CONCLUSION WHAT SHE DID? WHO IS SHE? WHY SHE DID IT? SANDRA BESSUDO Protect species and the marine ecosystem of Malpelo Island. HOW SHE DID IT? WHERE SHE DID IT? Showing the importance of the island to national and international entities. A colombian marine biologist and professional diver. Malpelo Island WHY SHE DID IT? WHEN SHE DID IT? HOW SHE DID IT? WHEN SHE DID IT? SANDRA BESSUDO In 1999 creates "Malpelo and other marine ecosystems" fundation. WHAT SHE DID? WHERE SHE DID IT? To preserve the marine ecosystem of the island, avoiding illegal activities.
Transcript: Test measures RPE Movement direction Technical ability testing Fatigue Anecdotal/subjective Orientation Visual search Quantifying Fatigue Inhibition of motor drive Intermuscular coordination Visual cues? anticipation? Pathologic movement patterns Physiological Time-motion video analysis Sports specific Negative relationship with hip flexion? ROM Reactive oxygen species Psychological Subjective fatigue Neuromuscular activity Money Success Vicon cameras Firing frequency Biomechanical Effect of fatigue Protocol Duration Glucose availibility Trunk flexion Movement velocity Intervention CNS contribution Positive relationship with knee valgus movement? Test measures in exhausted individuals sedlom mimic performance symptoms Kinetics Negative relationship with hip flexion? performance symptoms Technique non-fatigued VS fatigue Mental State Lab or Field? Replicate sporting movements Injury SEES LESS Kinematics Intramuscular coordination Force and couple Landing strategies Impact forces Metabolic factors/acidosis Peripheral feedback Peak Muscle Force Number of fibres innervated SAID Long enough to produce adaptation Self-efficacy Hypoxia Joint kinematics Diminished Excitibility Inadequate conditioning skill variation execution to achieve constant outcome Opponent's Influence Compensation Controlled stimulation VS Real motor stimulation Stress Hormones Reduced with intervention? Sarcomere disorganisation Stamina and technique Landing technique Adequate duration/load to adhere to Subjective Mimic sporting movements Distal joints fatigue more rapidly Additional motor unit recruitment Based on ACL rehab Hip internal rotation Relatively short duration to prevent drop out Firing rate Increase or decrease? Peripheral fatigue Knee flexion Effect of fatigue protocol on landing technique during jump-landing activity Fatigue protocol Anxiety Technique deviation Valid and reliable Dorsiflexion Decision Making Stimulated fatigue > dynamic exercise fatigue Repetitive stress Ultrastructure damage Before and after competition Concentration/Exercise-induced arousal Time to Exhaustion Central Fatigue
Transcript: Greece's Greatest Contributions 10. 10 9. 9 8. 8 7. Subtopic 6. Subtopic 5. Subtopic Cartography has had a large impact on today and has helped navigate. From satellite navigation to 4. Cartography Subtopic Greece made some of the largest contributions to many areas of modern science. This is important because it has lead to many discoveries and everything that you see has something scientific related to it. Greeks created many theories like the idea of the earth being a globe and the study of animals classified as zoology. Thanks to this we understand the world and how it works. 3. Discoveries in modern science Subtopic Before the greeks started the practice of medicine, the ancient world struggled when it came to stopping diseases. Many people just thought it was the gods way of punishment until hippocrates started conducting experiments. He found it was all a natural process. This is when he started making medicines to heal people. This has such an influence on today as thanks to him we have all kinds of remedies to help people with diseases. Without medicine the average life expectancy of a human would be much lower. However it still hasn't had an as large impact as democracy. 2. Earliest Practice of Medicine Subtopic The concept of democracy is the most important invention from the greeks because it's impact on how governments are run today. Democracy gives the oppurtunity for the public to give their opinion on a decision. Without democracy we may not have had a government and countries may be run very differently. These are the reasons why I think democracy is so influential. 1. Concept of Democracy Subtopic
Transcript: Spider Diagram Sebastian Anaya, Maria Jose Mendez, Sebastian Gomez Consumerism BLOOD DIAMONDS ASPECTS ECONOMICAL ECONOMICAL Diamond industry. Conflict zone and ilegal extraction of diamond by gang`s. Diamonds only increas the wealth of rich people and companies. Diamonds are not distribute among Sierra Leone, instead the export the stone. Poverty in Sierra Leone POLITICAL POLITICAL US goverment and their laws to import and export the diamonds to the country. RUF VS goverment. G8 meeting. White people has the power over almost all Sierra Leone. SOCIAL SOCIAL Violence between gang`s in Sierra Leon. The violence all over Sierra Leone for the control of the mines. The forced displacement of villagers to refugee camps. Gangs use childs to fougth war against the goverment. ENVIROMENTAL Enviromental Pollution. Climate change. Deforestation. Pollution cause by war.
Transcript: Why did Britain gain an empire? By flora kelly Britain often fought wars against her European rivals,and usually won. As part of the peace treaty, Britain gained colonies from rivals. In 1758 the british took Canada from the french so that british colonies in America were saved from being taking over by the french. Canada eventually became part of the british empire. Some parts of Britain were won accidentally. Many christians in Britain thought the beliefs of the people in the colonies were 'uncivilised' The government wanted to keep ahead of other countries
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