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Digital Design Daily Plans Oct 21-25, 2013 . Ms. Livoti. Monday 10/21. Aim : How can you create the text style for the movie poster bill bloc? . Do Now: Find an image of a movie poster and locat e the bill block on the bottom of the poster. Describe its characteristics.

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Digital design daily plans oct 21 25 2013

Digital Design Daily Plans Oct 21-25, 2013

Ms. Livoti


Monday 10 21
Monday 10/21

Aim: How can you create the text style for the movie poster bill bloc?

Do Now: Find an image of a movie poster and locate the bill block on the bottom of the poster. Describe its characteristics.

Homework: PTSA Contest artwork due Friday.

Find an old photograph to bring in for Friday to scan in.

Save all work up to this point on your USB!!!


http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2013/02/24/opinion/sunday/ben-schott-movies-billing-blocks.html?_r=0

Fun facts: The type and design is not accidental: Studios want uncluttered marketing materials, and industry organizations want their members fairly credited. This is why most billing block text is tall and condensed.

Most common is Univers Thin Ultra Condensed


A - MAIN ACTORS IN THE MOVIE

B - TAGLINE

C - IMAGE

D - TITLE OF THE MOVIE

E - CREDITS (BILLING BLOCK OR CREDIT BLOCK)

F - MOVIE RATING

G - RELEASE DATE AND/OR WEBSITE


Tuesday 10 22
Tuesday 10/22

Aim: How can you work in an open digital studio to complete the requirements of your movie poster project?

Do Now: Set a goal for the class period and meet your goal today!

Project due for critique and grading on Thursday!

HW: bring in image to scan on Friday. Or scan from home, upload to Nimbus


Wednesday 10 23
Wednesday 10/23

Aim: How can you work in an open digital studio to complete the requirements of your movie poster project?

Do Now: Review for Quiz

Project due for critique and grading on Thursday!


Thursday 10/24

Aim: How can you critique and grade your movie poster?

Do Now: upload your .PSD file of your movie poster to your Nimbus work area folder.

Upload a .JPG *save your poster as a copy to your Nimbus Movie poster album.

Photo for scanning due Tomorrow


Friday 10/25

Aim: What are photo manipulation techniques that can be used in Photoshop?

Do Now: Respond to the Flashback Friday image: What photoshop technique would be used today to create this effect?


#Flashback Friday

Robert Adamson (photographer)

(26 April 1821 – 14 January 1848) was a Scottish chemist and pioneer photographer at Hill & Adamson. He is best known for his pioneering photographic work with David Octavius Hill and producing some 2500 calotypes, mostly portraits, within 5 years after being hired by Hill in 1843, before his life was cut short. (He died at the age of 26)

David Octavius Hill (British, 1802–1870) with Robert Adamson (British, 1821–1848)

Mr. Forrester

c. 1845Medium:Waxed-paper negative


Unknown Photographer

Untitled

Date:c. 1850Medium:Daguerreotype


David Octavius Hill (British, 1802–1870) with Robert Adamson (British, 1821–1848)

J. Henning and Handyside Ritchie

Collaborating Artist:RobertAdamsonDate:c. 1841-48Medium:Calotype


http://www.metmuseum.org/exhibitions/listings/2012/after-photoshop

http://www.metmuseum.org/exhibitions/listings/2012/faking-it


Resources

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Adamson_(photographer)

http://www.moma.org/collection/browse_results.php?criteria=O%3ADE%3AI%3A4%7CA%3AYM%3AB%3A-1919%7CG%3AHI%3AE%3A1&page_number=22&template_id=1&sort_order=1


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