These gives me ample tips and references for creating a well done Lip Dub video. They are not grand things to accomplish, rather little things to keep in mind. A lot of action and movement is required in a lip dub, so the entire focus isn't simply just on the soloist. I need to remember this. It must be visually appealing, in multiple fashions. The human mind is tricky like that. We don't like too little go on, as we get bored. At the same time, we don't like too much going on, as we get overwhelmed. The goal is to find that perfect happy medium, where just enough is going on to keep us entertained and intrigued.
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This is relevant to my future, because I have plans of enrolling into the LA campus of Emerson College my senior year. The Emerson LA campus allows a select few of students to transfer to this LA campus so they can bring their college knowledge to real life under an internship in their desired studies. While in the hub of entertainment, students are able to gradually adapt to living on their own substantially with an occupation that applies to their studies.
Emerson College’s Visual & Media Arts department offers students 13 specializations for students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Media Production.
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I have been accepted under the Media Production major at Emerson College, but my desired concentration is still undecided. I have 12 options, ranging from Animation and Motion Media to Post-Production. However, I am torn between three - Film, Studio TV Production, and Writing for Film and TV. Other concentrations that look interesting is Cinematography, Experimental Media Production, and Producing. This link shows the variety of classes and credit needed under the major and allows me to compare my future schedules.
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