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Ashley Eakles

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Transcript of Videography

By:Devon,Ally,and T.J

In 1891 Thomas Edison invented the kinetoscope which was the first motion picture device.
In 1895 the Cinematographe was invented. It was a small camera that was able to project film to a larger screen
In 1905 Cooper Hewitt invented special lamps that made it possible to video inside.
The first color dramatic feature film "The world, the Flesh and the Devil" was released in 1914
In 1915 the bell & Howell 2709 was developed to get close-ups without moving the camera.
In 1926 the first motion picture duplicating film was invented to duplicate negatives.
In 1930 William Hays wrote the Motion Picture Production code which set rules and guidelines about nudity, language, homosexuality, and other inappropriate behaviors.
In 1932 Walt Disney created the first full color cartoo movie "Flowers and Trees".
Also in 1932 amateur 8mm movie film, cameras, and projectors were available
In 1965 Vietnam was the first war videoed and televised
In 1980 sony made the first consumer camcorder.
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Bell&Howell 2709
8mm movie camera
How videography can be implemented in the classrom
To show students experiments that can't be done in the classroom.
To teach abstract concepts by using animated, 3-D images.
To show students how people from different cultures live.
To have students participate in investigative and problem-solving activities.
To help students learn media literacy and critical viewing skills.

1. Style and organization
The video content is organized.
The transition between the scenes is logical and effective.
Make sure there are very few background distractions.
2. Creativity
Try to show different camera angles.
Use sound effects of music along with the video.
Use close up and distance shots in the video
Introduce the subject of the video.
Hold the viewers attention throughout the video.
The video is easy for the viewers to follow.
The video is appropriate for the audience that is viewing it
The video is in focus.
Make sure the words or music is loud enough for the audience to hear.
Make sure there is good lighting.
Make sure the camera is steady while recording
The effect videograpghy has on society
Videography has changed society, because before a person had to be there to witness a special moment in there love ones lives. Now the special moment can be recorded and shared with love ones who couldn't make the event. Instead of relying on memory the important events are captured and preserved. Videography is used in tv, movies, journalism, and social media. A negative effect that videography has had on society is that now people often spend several hours a day watching tv instead of interacting with friends and family. Also, the violence in movies and tv has led to an increase in the violence in society.
In 1992 the smart phone was invented
In 1991 the fist webcam was invented
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