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Joshua's Ten Best Films Of 2017 Formally inventive, especially given Williams' status as a first time feature filmmaker, the film is split up into three sequences, all separated both by characters and formats as well. Shot in Super 16, Super 16 shooting a film screen and the RED [...]
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Book review: Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas War of the Blink Working from a time that predates colonialism, that is as alive as yesterday in tribal group histories, the story of how a war broke out and ended with a blink of an eye is visually rich and can appeal to both young and old readers. The story brings in [...]
Red Claws storm back to beat Erie 113-93 In the blink of an eye, it was 43-37. Bird's put-back plus the foul made it 43-40. Allen's put-back cut it to 1. Erie's lead at the break was 55-49. Maine shot just 37.3% (19-51) from the floor in the first half, while Erie shot 55.3% (21-38). In the [...]
MSI Trident 3 Arctic review: Looks like a console, runs like a high-end desktop That's the one aspect I think detracts from the design, if only because it's distracting. Given the small size of the Trident I assume most people will place it on something, be it a media center shelf, a desk, whatever. Having an RGB-lit “Y” shape on [...]
The 30° rule is a basic film editing guideline that states the camera should move at least 30° between shots of the same subject occurring in succession. This change of perspective makes the shots different enough to avoid a jump cut. Too much movement around the subject may violate the 180° rule.
As sachin and Patricia White suggest in The Film Experience, "The rule aims to emphasize the motivation for the cut by giving a substantially different view of the action. The transition between two shots less than 30 degrees apart might be perceived as unnecessary or discontinuous--in short, visible." (2004, 130)
The rule is actually a special case of a more general dictum that states that the cut will be jarring if the two shots being cut are so similar that there appears to be a...
Keybindings are the most useful fundamental change you can make as a player to improve play. This does not include skills like bloodlust, lay on hands, and eagle eye, which cannot be used in arena. Setup keybindings for Targeting arena enemy 1,2, and 3. Setup focus keybindings for arena enemy 1,2, and 3. These used to require a macro, but are now are built into the default keybinds system. These keys will make switching and targeting a far quicker and more efficient experience. Make a keybind to target yourself, especially important for skills that can be used on enemys and allys alike (eg. penance). Target party 1,2. You can either use the party target feature in keybindings or specific name targeting macros. using the party target keys will be easier as you won't have to change everytime you switch partners.
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But what would have been the point of keeping it secret from Jin. Jin would have found out one way or another soon anyway. Knowing her and the circle of her closest friends, Kame would either become rich, or go bankrupt soon after opening his own place. Jin did as he promised. Soon Kame was sitting at the table with a bowl of spicy noodles in front of him, and Jin sipping a can of soda watching him from across the room where he was leaning against the kitchen counter. Kame didn’t like the silence between them. “Jin, it’s just baseball. “You like baseball though.
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7 signs you need reading glasses Because that isn’t a natural position for the eyes, they can get overly tired, which makes you feel drowsy. If reading glasses alone don’t help, try blinking more often or pushing your computer farther away from you. This will keep your eyes more relaxed. [...]
How To Improve Your Eyesight Naturally So, instead of using powerful glasses and lenses which can never cure bad eyesight ... Here we share five exercises to help you care your eyes naturally. 1. Blink your eyes: Sit comfortably and blink your eyes for around 10-15 times quickly. [...]
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Best optometrist: Stein Optometric Center Stein is tops in eye care and eyewear, offering 3,000 eyeglass frame choices ... or if they squint to read or see small objects, blink their eyes excessively, or complain of headaches or double vision, an exam should be considered. The doctors at Stein ... [...]
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Too much screen time damaging to the eyes Her eyes are being treated with special drops and she now wears glasses with blue-light blocking lens filters ... When looking at screens, Dr. Keep said people tend to blink less often. “Computer screens, we usually recommend them being at arm’s ... [...]
Life through a lens needn’t be blinkered; here’s how to make eyes smoulder behind your specs a la Emily RatajkowskiFor the record, frames are the height of chic these days. ‘Too cool for school’ rather than ‘teacher’s pet’, hipsters are adopting all manner of eyewear, often for sartorial rather than actual ‘seeing’ purposes. Those of us who actually require a pair of glasses on a daily basis have clearly been living this ‘trend’ for a good while now, so riding the style wave where lenses are...
ALEXANDRIA, Va., Jan. 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --�With the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) kicking off in Las Vegas tomorrow, countless new devices outfitted with digital screens will be unveiled to make our lives easier. But could these devices be putting added strain on our eyes? Newly released VisionWatch survey results from The Vision Council show that more than 83% of Americans report using digital devices for more than two hours per day, and 60.5% report experiencing...
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Kevin Durant should have been jubilant, ecstatic, elated -- whatever other adjective you can find on thesaurus.com. Instead he looked like a prize fighter who had come out on the short end of a 12-round TKO.He addressed the media following a brilliant 40-point performance, one in which he became the second-youngest NBA player to surpass the 20,000-point plateau, but was forced to answer question after question about one man -- the Clubber Lang to his Rocky Balboa.Lou...