Lens Based Media – Moving Imagery

Lens Based Media is anything you can create using a lens, e.g. photography, moving imagery, stop motion, photos taken on a phone, etc.

Moving imagery is a sequence of images with a certain amount of images/frames per second or FPS, giving the illusion of a moving image, there are usually around 24 frames per second in moving imagery.

I really enjoy LBM and I’m excited to see what I’ll learn about moving imagery this semester as I’ve never done any sort of moving imagery before.




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