Monthly Archives: December 2016

Analysis of Spreadable Media Artefacts

Artefact 1 – Fantastic Beats and Where to Find Them Mobile Phone Filmed Video – October Uploaded onto new Ammediacy You Tube and promoted on Twitter using #Fantastic Beasts hashtags and Reddit via Fantastic Beasts forums. Analytics The video was … Continue reading

Posted in social media engagement, spreadable media, Uncategorized | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

In Game Photography (IGP)

What is it? Just in case you don’t know, David Guilmore who writes for Motherboard (http://motherboard.vice.com/en_us?trk_source=header-logo) provides a brief description of in game photography, or IGP for short: It is when a player documents a moment or scene from inside a … Continue reading

Posted in game screenshots, In-Game Photography | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

My Digital Identity

It is a bit of strange situation to be in when you find yourself being both a student and a tutor. This is the second time that I have found myself in this position, first of all when I completed … Continue reading

Posted in digital identity, online presence | Tagged , | Leave a comment

ARTEFACT 3

This last piece of spreadable media had to link to my research project, so if you have read previous blogs you will know that this is looking at emerging photography and social engagement online. After my attempt at using 360 … Continue reading

Posted in panorama | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment