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PROJECTION   &   LIGHT  


Film  Noir      

Shapes   Films   PaHern  

SilhoueHe   Shadows  

Project      

Light  projec9ons  

Human  made  light   Natural  light  

Representa9on    

Visual  communica9on  

Ejec9on      

Long  exposure   Photography      

BRAINSTORM.   Projec9on    

Night  Photography  


Stars   Fast  Food      

Planets   Perspec9ve  

luminosity  

View  

Brightness  

Sun  

Posi9on  

Day  light      

Obesity       Overweight   Weight  

BRAINSTORM.   Light  

Modeling       Anorexia      

Underweight  


PROJECTION  -­‐  Photography   Long  Exposure    


Long-­‐exposure  photography       Long-­‐exposure  photography  or  9me-­‐exposure   photography  involves  using  a  long-­‐dura9on   shuHer  speed  to  sharply  capture  the  sta9onary   elements  of  images  while  blurring,  smearing,   or  obscuring  the  moving  elements.  The  paths   of  moving  light  sources  become  clearly  visible.     Long-­‐exposure  photography  is  oTen  used  in  a   night-­‐9me  seUng  in  order  to  produce  a  near   day9me  effect  in  the  photo.  By  leaving  the   camera's  shuHer  open  for  an  extended  period   of  9me,  more  light  is  absorbed,  crea9ng  a   brighter  product.  If  the  camera  is  sta9onary  for   the  en9re  period  of  9me  that  the  shuHer  is   open,  a  very  vibrant  and  clear  photograph  can   be  produced    


LIGHT  –  Weight   Anorexia  


Anorexia  Nervosa       Anorexia  nervosa  is  an  ea9ng  disorder   characterized  by  immoderate  food  restric9on   and  irra9onal  fear  of  gaining  weight,  as  well  as   a  distorted  body  self-­‐percep9on.  It  typically   involves  excessive  weight  loss  and  is  usually   found  more  in  females  than  in  males.[1]  Due   to  the  fear  of  gaining  weight,  people  with  this   disorder  restrict  the  amount  of  food  they   consume.  This  restric9on  of  food  intake  causes   metabolic  and  hormonal  disorders.[2]  Outside   of  medical  literature,  the  terms  anorexia   nervosa  and  anorexia  are  oTen  used   interchangeably;  however,  anorexia  is  simply  a   medical  term  for  lack  of  appe9te,  and  people   with  anorexia  nervosa  do  not  in  fact,  lose  their   appe9tes  


Fin.  

Martynas  Kasiulevicius  


Projection and Light Presentation