What is Lens Based Media?

What is Lens Based Media?

Lens based media is anything that is created using lens based media. For example, things you might not assume such as ultrasounds, x-rays, painting over and image projected on a wall. But also photos, videos, stop-motion, gifs etc.

What is moving imagery?

Moving imagery involves a sequence of images, possibly alongside sound, which gives the illusion of continuous movement. A series of still images projected in rapid succession which provides a smooth video.  Examples include short sequences of images such as gifs, or longer sequences of images like movies.

How do you feel about lens based media and moving imagery?

I feel excited to learn more about what Lens Based Media is, and look forward to this class 🙂



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