What channel is Georgia vs. Baylor on today? Time, TV schedule for Sugar Bowl 2020

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What channel is Georgia vs. Baylor on today? Time, TV schedule for Sugar Bowl 2020

first_imgGeorgia hopes this Sugar Bowl appearance goes better than the last one.The Bulldogs’ 2018 season finished with a decisive loss to Texas in which it trailed 28-7 early in the fourth quarter. This one will conclude with a Jan. 1 matchup against Baylor that figures to be a similarly difficult task. MORE: Georgia vs. Baylor odds, predictions, betting trendsWhat channel is Georgia vs. Baylor on today?TV channel (national): ESPNLive stream: WatchESPNGeorgia vs. Baylor is televised nationally on ESPN. Sean McDonough and Todd Blackledge will call the game from the TV booth, and Holly Rowe will offer additional reporting from the sideline.What time does the Sugar Bowl start?Date: Wednesday, Jan. 1Start time: 8:45 p.m. ETThe Sugar Bowl meeting between Georgia and Baylor starts at 8:45 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Jan. 1. The Bulldogs are 4-0 all-time against the Bears, though the schools haven’t played one another since 1989.New Year’s 6 bowl scheduleSaturday, Dec. 28BowlTeamsCotton Bowl ClassicPenn State 53, Memphis 39Peach Bowl (CFP semifinal)LSU 63, Oklahoma 28Fiesta Bowl (CFP semifinal)Clemson 29, Ohio State 23Monday, Dec. 30BowlTeamsTime (ET)TVOrange BowlFlorida vs. Virginia8 p.m.ESPNWednesday, Jan. 1BowlTeamsTime (ET)TVRose Bowl GameWisconsin vs. Oregon5 p.m.ESPNSugar BowlGeorgia vs. Baylor8:45 p.m.ESPNMonday, Jan. 13BowlTeamsTime (ET)TVCollege Football Playoff championshipLSU vs. Clemson8 p.m.ESPN Like No. 5 Georgia (11-2), No. 7 Baylor (11-2) spent much of the year in the College Football Playoff discussion. Despite falling short of that destination, claiming the Sugar Bowl would mark a successful campaign for each team and a building block for the future.Here’s a guide to everything to need to watch the Sugar Bowl matchup between Georgia and Baylor, including start time, TV channels and a full New Year’s Six bowl schedule.last_img read more

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Crusader preview: Wellington starts the Zane Aquilar football era

first_img165 165 5 12 10 51 Braden Struble 53 71 170 Deyton Araujo 10 1 79 Gabe Smith 190 180 Chris Kop 11 160 10 6 170 10 Caleb Alcorn Dylan Goodman 22 Trayson Probst 42 135 Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (2) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. 0 Vote up Vote down soreloser · 206 weeks ago I thought taylor zeka was qb in 2001 and 2002? Report Reply 0 replies · active 206 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Alum · 206 weeks ago No, Taylor’s senior season was 2001. Zane was qb his junior year and senior year. The 2002 & 2003 seasons. Report Reply 0 replies · active 206 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Brayden Higginbotham 25 190 11 Jason Jeffrey 130 240 12 Tyler Murray 220 Jack Walton 10 10 21 180 Caleb Reichenberger 72 160 12 Matthew Mason 11 185 140 Lukas Soria 11 165 12 Julian Jiminez 10 11 18 10 10 190 84 230 12 Ian Groom 270 De’ Andre Washington 215 Joe Ybarra 33 Dylan Ferguson 12 15 150 10 Cody Metz Nic Reyes 10 65 85 60 50 155 11 170 54 61 11 2 10 10 10 Chance Wilson 10 10 Kyle Parson 63 66 12 This is the first year of a Zane Aguilar coached team.by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow – 10 things to know about the 2016 Wellington High School football team…1. The essentials…Zane AguilarHead coach: Zane Aguilar, first year. Record last year: 4-5. No. of starters returning: 4 offensive and five defensive. No. of seniors: 10. Assistant football coaches…Tim Lra-RB/LBRick Phelps-OL?DLJohn McComb-TE/DENick Wellington-OL/DLRyan Elder-QB/DBTony Ybarra-WR/OLBRoss Foley-OL/DL.2. The new coach…To say Aguilar knows Wellington football is an understatement. Growing up a Crusader, Aguilar was a quarterback for some of Wellington’s best football teams ever. From 2001 to 2003, Aguilar threw for 2,360 yards. During his junior year, he ranks 12th in passing with 1,167 yards in 2002.“I was lucky to be part of those teams,” Aguilar said.Aguilar joined the football staff behind Linn Hibbs in 2007, and has been an assistant since. In 2016, when Tyler Ryan resigned after four years at the helm, Aguilar was named the WHS head coach.One can see some of the football traditions returning: the workouts, the two-a-days, the speed tests on the Saturday before the official start of practice.But Aquilar emphasizes it isn’t the past that drives him, but the present and future. He is eager to put his imprint on WHS football. That starts Friday night when Wellington hosts Clearwater.3. The quarterback.Cade PhelpsWellington has some holes to fill. There are four offensive and five defensive starters. But there is also some very good experience coming back in key positions.Junior quarterback Cade Phelps (185, jr.) is one of those starters. Phelps in his sophomore year didn’t accumulate a lot of stats. He passed for 308 yards in an offense that wasn’t conducive to passing in 2015.Aguilar sees Phelps role in both passing and rushing growing exponentially in 2016.“I hope we are a team that can establish the run first,” Aguilar said. “But I am confident that Phelps has the mindset to lead us down the field. The difference between this and last year with Phelps has been tremendous.”4. Running backs.Wellington will be spending much of its time in an I formation. Aguilar hopes to rotate two tailbacks and two fullbacks. Wellington lost its primary tailback in Connor Phelps, who rushed for 1,211 yards. But to fill the void, Wellington is looking to rotate Colton Glover (170, sr.) and Dayton Araujo (185, jr.). Both have shown exceptional speed, as far as practice goes anyway.The two fullbacks will include Chris Kop (220, sr.) and Trayson Probst (165, so.).5. Wide Receivers.Wellington only had 321 yards receiving in 2015, something that must improve in 2016. It will for the most part be an inexperienced group which only recorded a cumulative of six passes caught in varsity competition in 2015.Look for five primary targets for Phelps including Dylan Goodman (160, sr.), De’Andre Washington (150, so.), Julian Jimenez (155, so.), Matthew Mason (135, sr.), and Chi Barton (150, so.) rotating into the starting formation.At weak side tight ends, Aguilar is looking at a couple of sophomores: Joe Ybarra (165, so.) and Brayden Higginbotham (160, so.). Jack Walton will likely start at strong side tight end.6. The offensive line.This might be the position that could be Wellington’s greatest strength if everyone gels.Connor Burnett“I think everything starts out in front,” Aguilar said. “I believe we will be pretty physical. But we have a lot of young players who are stepping up to the varsity role for the first time.”Look for Aaron Schoemann (190, jr.) to start at left tackle. Left guard appears to be Logan Jones (215, jr.). Gabe Smith (220, jr.) is slated in as center. The right guard will be Ian Groom (220, sr.), and the right tackle is Connor Burnett (228, sr.). Look for Braiden Buresh (240, jr), Tyler Jimenez (270, so.) and Chance Wilson (180, sr.) to also see playing time on the line.Burnett and Groom are the only returning starters.But Burnett has been there for three years, and he is the catalyst to the line’s success.7. The Defense.Aguilar said there is enough depth on the offensive and defensive line to give the coaching staff some options. The defense could have five, even six, down linemen on any given formation. The defensive ends will rotate Schoemann, Groom and Walton. Interior line will include Burnett, Kop, Jones, Buresh and Jimenez.The two inside linebackers will be returning starters: Dylan Ferguson (180, sr.) and Lukas Soria (160, sr.).“They have definitely progressed this season and I expect them to rock come Sept. 2,” Aguilar said.The outside linebackers include Colton Weber, Julian Jimenez (155, so.), Caleb Reichenberger (160, so.), and Michael Ledbetter (165, so.).Cornerbacks will include Goodman, Phelps, Washington, and Mason. Safety starters could be: Barton and Ybarra, Tyler Murray (140, so.).8. The schedule and competition.Wellington’s 2016 schedule looks like this:Week #1 —  Clearwater, home, youth football night. Week #2 — El Dorado, away. Week #3 — Rose Hill, away. Week #4 — Andale, home. Week #5 — Collegiate, away.  Week #6 — Scott City, home, WHS homecoming. Week #7 — Winfield, home. Week #8 — Mulvane, away. Week #9 — Ulysses, away. The first three games will be key to how the rest of the season pans out. This marks the first season that there are seven Ark Valley Chisholm Trail League Div. IV teams are playing. Wellington defeated both Clearwater and Rose Hill in 2015, and has not seen El Dorado in several years. The next three games leading up to district play will be brutal. Andale, Wichita Collegiate and Scott City are all teams accustomed to deep runs into the playoffs and state championship aspirations.That leaves the final three district games. Wellington will be hosting Winfield, which will be the return of former head football coach Linn Hibbs. The Crusaders then goes to Mulvane, a traditional achilles heal for the Dukes. And then to end the season, Wellington travels to Ulysses – not an easy trip.9. Predictions.Wellington was recently picked to finish sixth out of seven teams in the AV-CTL CIV in the preseason YYPE Magazine. Just this morning, the Wichita Eagle picked Wellington to place fourth. The prediction order is as follows:Vype Magazine — 1. Wichita Collegiate, 2. Andale,  3. Mulvane, 4. El Dorado, 5. Clearwater, 6. Wellington, 7. Rose Hill.Wichita Eagle — 1. Collegiate, 2. Andale, 3. Mulvane, 4. Wellington, 5. Clearwater, 6. El Dorado, 7. Rose Hill.The Crusaders haven’t been to the playoffs since 2010. That will be a tall order to return this year with Winfield, Mulvane and Ulysses. The Crusaders will need to win two out of three games to get into the playoffs.10. The roster. 220 77 165 Michael Ledbetter 140 4 8 9 160 180 David Matlock 11 10 68 Drake Alcorn 24 Bailey Etter 220 Aaron Schoemann Eric Kop 150 190 62 70 240 10 10 11 280 12 Cade Phelps Conner Burnett 10 Logan Jones Tyler Jiminez 11 10 78 Michael Billington 150 Bonus: Odds and ends. The Wellington freshmen, unlike last year, will not be on the sidelines on Friday nights. However, Aguilar said, he would not be adverse to playing a freshman if he felt they are ready for varsity… There has been some questions on whether KLEY-KWME would be broadcasting Crusader football in lieu of recent changes. The answer is yes, but Garrett Wilson, the voice of the Crusaders, has decided to look elsewhere for employment opportunities… This marks the first year in about four that Sellers Park does not have any major improvements to the field. As people saw on Thursday night’s scrimmage, the field is looking very nice thanks to the care of groundskeeper Steve Gill.Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter. 12 Caleb Fowler 185 Braiden Buresh Chase Pfalzgraf Chi Barton Colton Glover 3 12 160 230 220 74 16last_img read more

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Fleury emerging as top star for Pens vs. Rangers

first_imgPittsburgh Penguins’ Marc-Andre Fleury, front left, covers the puck as teammates Brooks Orpik, left, Paul Martin, front right, and Columbus Blue Jackets’ Brandon Dubinsky look for the rebound during the second period of a first-round NHL playoff hockey game Monday, April 21, 2014, in Columbus, Ohio. (AP Photo/Jay LaPrete)NEW YORK (AP) – Before this Eastern Conference semifinal series, the one spot where the New York Rangers seemingly had a clear advantage over the Pittsburgh Penguins was in goal with Henrik Lundqvist.The King has been good for three games, but Penguins counterpart Marc-Andre Fleury has gone from shaky question mark to star of the series with shutouts on consecutive days.Suddenly Pittsburgh is dominating all over the ice, and its 2-1 series edge feels a whole lot wider.“He is 10 out of 10,” defenseman Kris Letang said Tuesday. “For the guys in the dressing room, Flower has always been our go-to guy that shows up every night and gives us a chance to win.“Since the playoffs began, he has been our best player.”Letang is hardly alone in that assessment.Since a 3-2 overtime loss in Game 1, Fleury has been perfect. He stopped 22 shots in Pittsburgh’s 3-0 home win in Game 2 on Sunday and followed that with a stellar 35-save performance in the Penguins’ 2-0 victory at Madison Square Garden on Monday.“I felt good out there. Confident,” Fleury said. “We didn’t want to give them much, and we didn’t.”Forget about the guy who faces constant criticism, or the one who seemed to be crashing and burning during the first round against Columbus when no leads were safe.Through it all, Fleury – the No. 1 overall pick in the 2003 NHL draft and a Stanley Cup champion with the Penguins in 2009 – keeps bouncing back.“I have won a lot of hockey games with Marc-Andre Fleury in net,” Penguins coach Dan Bylsma said. “There are questions from when he was 17, 18, whatever. They have been asking those questions for a long time, and he has done nothing but answer those questions.”That wasn’t the case a year ago when Fleury had a miserable first-round series against the New York Islanders and lost his starting job to veteran Tomas Vokoun.Vokoun went 6-1 after taking over and led the Penguins to the Eastern Conference finals, where they were swept by the Boston Bruins.After a summer away from it all, and time with a sports psychologist, Fleury regained his starting spot. Now he is the biggest reason the Penguins are two wins away from a return trip to the conference finals.“To see your goalie confident like that, on top of his game, you see everyone is calm,” said Penguins captain Sidney Crosby, whose first goal of the playoffs made it 1-0 in Game 3. “(The Rangers) get a chance, he makes a save, and we move on.”Bylsma has a theory about how Fleury is able to shake off the naysayers.“Right now, it’s from a lot of practice,” he said. “Questions have been asked for 100 days in a row. He knows the answer only comes on the ice and winning hockey games.”Lundqvist has been sharp for the Rangers in the three games against Pittsburgh, but has just one win to show for it. The Penguins attacked him in waves in Game 2, and Lundqvist’s play was the sole reason the Rangers trailed only 1-0 in the third period.Rangers coach Alain Vigneault relayed a scouting report given by former Penguins star and current team owner Mario Lemieux to current Rangers assistant coach – and former teammate – Ulf Samuelsson.“Like Mario Lemieux told Ulfie yesterday, anything Fleury can catch he will catch,” Vigneault said Tuesday during a conference call. “Maybe if we stay away from that middle a little bit, our chances might become better.”Anything is worth a try. The Rangers hadn’t been shut out in consecutive playoff games since the 1937 Stanley Cup finals against Detroit.“(Fleury) has been pretty much great from when we first started the season,” Penguins forward Brandon Sutter said. “Last year he obviously faced a lot of postseason critics. He is kind of the same old guy that is pretty goofy, pretty loose around the room. I think that helps him with dealing with all the pressure. He just goes out and plays.“We’re up 2-1 now because our goalie probably stole one for us. We need that this time of year. It’s not always going to be pretty.”While the Penguins held an optional practice, Vigneault gave his players a full day off. They needed it after a stretch of five playoff games in seven days. Game 4 is Wednesday.“We know it’s a challenge. We know it will take our best game. That’s what we’re trying to put on the ice,” Vigneault said. “I don’t sense at all any frustration on our part.”last_img read more

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Lacey S.T.E.M. Fair Explores the Future on May 4

first_imgFacebook350Tweet0Pin0Submitted by City of Lacey Parks & RecreationLaceys’ annual S.T.E.M. Fair always focuses on science, technology, and the future but the 2019 date will bring even more as May 4 ties in with Star Wars and May the 4th be with you!  “When we realized the date for this year’s event we immediately began working on adding some Star Wars to the event.” states Jeannette Sieler, Recreation Supervisor with the City of Lacey.  “Attendees will be able to visit with droids and other Star Wars characters, pose for pictures, and take a look at the inner workings of these droids built by the Pacific Northwest R2builders club.”  Also this year kids can explore the Mobile Ed STEAM Museum offering hands on activities that will allow all ages to learn while having fun, which is a major goal of the Lacey STEM Fair.  “The STEAM Museum is a national traveling exhibit, we were lucky that they were in the area during this event as it will be an exciting addition!” says Sieler, “They will be set up in the Hub at Lacey (next to Ricardo’s) since their displays needed to be indoors, their placement there will expand the event beyond Huntamer Park.” The Museum of Flight will also be at the event with their Robot Garage!S.T.E.M. Fair began in 2014, evolving out of the Lacey Alternative Energy Fair, an event that focused on the electric car rally with student builders and drivers.  As Alternative fuel and energy sources became more mainstream, it made sense to move forward with something else the students were working on, which was competitive robotics.  STEM learning is essential today and the Lacey S.T.E.M. Fair allows local area students a chance to showcase what there are learning and bringing in businesses that can share STEM careers. Middle school and high school students take the stage to demonstrate their programing and construction as they run their robots through their paces.  In addition, students also are at various booths around the event sharing one on one with the public their various STEM projects.This multifaceted event brings the community together to explore, share, and learn from all angles, applying, discovering, and playing with all things STEM, plus adding A for Arts.  The event runs 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. and is free to attend! Visit http://www.ci.lacey.wa.us/living-in-lacey/the-community/arts-and-events/stem-fairFor more info!Lacey S.T.E.M. FairSaturday, May 4, 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.FREEHuntamer Park, 618 Woodland Sq Lp SE, Laceylast_img read more

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No More Rumson-Sea Bright Bridge Closures Anticipated

first_imgBy Liz SheehanSEA BRIGHT – After two nighttime closures for maintenance work, no more are scheduled for the 67-year-old Rumson-Sea Bright Bridge over the Shrewsbury River, said Laura Kirkpatrick, the director of public information for Monmouth County.Work on the bascule span, the portion of the bridge that opens to allow passage of boats too tall to go under the bridge, was originally scheduled to be completed in one night, but weather caused a second closing. The bridge was closed from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. each time.“The county is always working to maintain bridges,” Kirkpatrick said.Beginning in 2020, the county plans to replace the existing bridge S-32 on Rumson Road with one slightly south of the current span. While the new bridge is under construction, the old one will remain in place.According to the county engineers, the bridge is in overall serious condition and structurally deficient. Federal funds are being used for the the design and construction of the new bridge.The bridge serves as one of two evacuation routes for Sea Bright in times of coastal storms and flooding.Plans for the new bridge include a signalized intersection which would include the south driveway of the Seabright Beach Club.The county is also proposing purchasing the former Sunoco property south of the existing bridge to give access to the Nautilus Condominium complex and compensate for loss of parking for Dunkin Donuts and Oar Fitness, which will have a portion of their parking lots taken away when the bridge is shifted to the south.The former Sunoco lot is needed, according to the county, because state regulations do not permit left turns either in or out of Old Rumson Road, which is just south of the lot where Dunkin Donuts is located. The former Sunoco site will be needed to create access to the businesses in that area.However, the old Sunoco lot is currently owned by Tommy Bonfiglio, the proprietor of Tommy’s Tavern + Tap, who is seeking approval from the town’s Unified Planning Board to expand his restaurant and add the additional required parking spaces in the former Sunoco site.At a November hearing on the proposal, Bonfiglio’s attorney, Martin McGann, Jr., said, “We had a meeting and told them our plans” for the site. A hearing on the application continues before the board.last_img read more

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New snow in backcountry compounds avalanche risk

first_imgBy Timothy Schafer, The Nelson DailyAvalanche risk is still rated at high in the West Kootenay backcountry above and in the tree line, while considered considerable at lower elevations, according to the Canadian Avalanche Centre. The risk continues at considerable until Monday, but avalanche problems are occurring due to significant wind-loading occurring across the region, said Shannon Werner of the CAC. Wind slabs can be found mainly on north to northeast aspects, she said in her report Friday, with persistent weak layers existing in the snow pack in all areas of the backcountry — becoming reactive with the new snow. There has been up to 40 centimetres of storm snow with an additional 15 cm. in the forecast today (Saturday). This new snow load may not bond well with the weak snow surfaces, Werner reported. As a result, the CAC has issued a special Public Avalanche Warning for the region of the West Kootenay, and those dangerous avalanche conditions will persist through the weekend.  There have been numerous avalanches in the region, Werner noted, up to a size two and reacting mainly on the Jan. 3 surface hoar layer. This is the first report of a deeper instability waking up and becoming an avalanche concern, Werner said. Travel in avalanche terrain is not recommended during periods of high danger, and the CAC advises staying well away from avalanche paths and run-out zones. “Seek powder turns inbounds at your local ski hill, and snowmobile in areas which offer zero avalanche problems for example: large meadows, or low angle trees,” said Werner in her report. “As the storm subsides, conditions favoring human-triggering will continue, even after natural activity has died down. I recommend sticking to simple terrain during this period.” Up to 30 cm. of snow has fallen across the region and is accompanied by moderate-strong southwest winds. This new snow overlies a weak upper snowpack. There are several buried surface hoar and crust layers in the upper pack and the Dec. 7 surface hoar / facet/crust layer down 80 cm. These upper layers are starting to become reactive as more wind and snow hits the region. Weather forecast Saturday: Few flurries with temperatures near –five degrees C. Winds switching to the northwest.  Sunday: Cloudy, scattered flurries. Temperatures around -5C with light northerly winds. Monday: Clear and sunny skies. Temperatures dropping low near -8C.   [email protected]last_img read more

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Which Camera Movement Should You Use — and When and Why?

first_imgShooting HandheldShooting something organically is a goal shared by many filmmakers. You want to make something honest, real, cheap, and (most importantly) you want to connect with your audience. I’m here to make the case for why shooting handheld isn’t always the best solution. If you’re looking at major motion pictures as a reference point, you’ll note that the best stories aren’t always told through the motion of the camera — rather, they rely on carefully composing the characters within a smooth shot. You’ll notice the smoothness of your vision if you stand up and walk around the room. It’s almost as if there is in-body stabilization built into your brain, acting as a gimbal of sorts.Shooting handheld is perfect for a variety of different shots and moments throughout your film. Action movies tend to use the shaky handheld aesthetic to bring the viewers in while making them anxious, then spit them out once the violence concludes. Directors like Paul Greengrass, Christoper Nolan (with the Dark Knight films), and plenty of others all block their scenes with the handheld view.Going for SmoothOn the other hand, filmmakers like David Fincher and Paul Thomas Anderson favor the slow, smooth, steady camera work that acts as the point of view for the audience. Slowing things down and using a gimbal or a Steadicam puts the viewer in the characters’ shoes and immerses them in the narrative world.But, if you want to slow things down even more, go for complete stillness. Set your camera up on a tripod, carefully compose the shot according to the space at hand, and let the story unfold right before a fixed lens.There’s No Right WayThe beauty of filmmaking is that every aspect of the production process offers both blessings and curses. In this instance, each camera move can work in any type of scene — the question is should it? Go ahead and shoot handheld as much as you want. The only thing that matters when it’s all said and done is whether or not the story is engaging. Everything we do as storytellers is about figuring out how to tell the most compelling story possible, no matter how you do it.Top image via welcomia.Looking for more filmmaking video tutorials? Check these out.Video Tutorial: Build Your Own $50 Car-Side Camera MountThe Benefits of Working with 4K Footage in a 1080 SequenceWhat Else Can You Do with Your 360° and VR Video Footage?Everything to Know About Layer Styles in After Effects7 Reasons Why You Should Be Using Blackmagic’s URSA Mini Pro From expansive dolly moves to intimate handheld shots, there’s a range of camera movements for every shot. But which one works best for the story?The bottom line is that camera movement should either cater to the story or get its motivation from the charters. Handheld, dolly, Steadicam, crane, and static shots all are tools to cater to the film, not detract from it. Understanding the origins of these shots can better your skills when it comes to capturing them on set.In this video, I’ve broken down several of the camera movements I use most frequently — and when it’s appropriate to use them.last_img read more

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Valdez: Vietnam really prepared for us

first_imgAlyssa Valdez is unfazed of THS pic.twitter.com/b8RcX6jluZ— Marc Anthony Reyes (@marcreyesINQ) August 25, 2017KUALA LUMPUR—Alyssa Valdez, one of the country’s most vaunted scorers, was left in awe of Vietnam’s performance after the Philippines lost a crucial group stage match Friday in the Southeast Asian Games.“They really prepared against us. They showed too much energy and confidence against us,” said Valdez in Filipino after the team lost to Vietnam, 26-24, 25-12, 25-23.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutBut the 23-year-old Valdez maintained the PH women’s team played well.ADVERTISEMENT SEA Games: PH’s Alisson Perticheto tops ice skating short program READ: PH volleybelles bow to Vietnam, draw Thailand in semis UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC LIST: Class, gov’t work suspensions during 30th SEA Games SEA Games: PH adds silver to lawn bowls medal haul LATEST STORIES “We have no regrets. We gave it our all in today’s game,” added Valdez.“It’s a learning experience for us, for the team and the whole Philippine volleyball,” added Valdez who scored 11 points. “Hopefully this would motivate us against Thailand.”The Philippines will face Thailand in the cross-over semis Saturday.ADVERTISEMENT Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnessescenter_img Read Next MOST READ PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games PLAY LIST 03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games05:25PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH00:50Trending Articles01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students03:04Filipino athletes share their expectations for 2019 SEA Games00:45Onyok Velasco see bright future for PH boxing in Olympics02:25PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games View comments SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s weddinglast_img read more

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4 days agoMan Utd chief Woodward comes clean on Fernandes push

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Man Utd chief Woodward comes clean on Fernandes pushby Paul Vegas4 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward has set the record straight on the club’s pursuit of Bruno Fernandes.The midfielder was linked with United all summer before eventually staying with Sporting Lisbon.And Woodward says the club must be cautious about player’s using them to boost their contract demands.”It hit a peak five seasons ago with 250 players,’ Woodward told United We Stand.”It was 177 two seasons ago. It’s around 200 every year.”We’re usually after three players, so we might be talking to nine in reality.”What you are referring to in the original question does happen, but it’s less likely to happen give our closed-door approach to recruitment targets.”But it does exist and we have to be wary of that [players using the club.”Sometimes, the amount of time a player or his agent invests into discussions, meetings and contracts shows that there is an interest.”If it was only a flippant interest then they could go and put a fake story then go to a club president and go say ‘Look at who is in for me.’ That happens all the time as well.”What sometimes also happens is that we do have a player in an agreed position, but his club refuse to sell and, because the club refuse to sell, the player then uses that to get a new contract”From our perspective, we have to try and see through it and make sure that the club is not being used.”We don’t waste time, we’re more robust.” last_img read more

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Power Corp ready to invest more than 10 billion as it targets

first_imgMONTREAL – Power Corp. is prepared to invest more than $10 billion over the next five years to expand its empire while it also looks to sell some assets and exit the newspaper business, the holding company’s co-CEOs said Friday.“We have a capacity in the coming five years to put capital exceeding $10 billion at work to play a consolidation game and to play the game in the big leagues,” Paul Desmarais Jr. said at a news conference after its annual meeting.He said the sum will be larger when including money to be invested by subsidiaries like Power Financial.A key area of focus is the U.S. pension fund business that is expected to undergo consolidation. Currently, it owns Putnam Investments, acquired in 2007.“It’s a very fragmented business and we will have an opportunity to be one of the big consolidators in this industry.”Desmarais added that the large Canadian holding company — which has assets around the world including a large stake in China Asset Management Co. — is examining some of its capital intensive businesses to see if they can be sold at attractive prices.Co-CEO and brother, Andre Desmarais, added that insurer Great-West Life and fund manager IGM Financial are not on the sales block.Desmarais said he expects other Canadian newspaper owners will take a hard look at its decision to transform its Montreal La Presse news group into a not-for-profit structure.The 130-year-old newspaper is owned by Square Victoria Communications Group, a subsidiary of Power, which plans to grant $50 million to the venture.Under the new structure, Power Corp. would no longer own the media company or have any ties with the not-for-profit structure.“I think it makes a lot of sense and I think it makes sense for English Canada as much as it does for Quebec,” he told reporters.Desmarais noted that all news media outlets are grappling with the rise of digital competitors such as Google and Facebook, and will have to figure out how to proceed.“Everyone will have their why now moment and probably a public company will have a why now moment a lot faster than a private company.”Part of the shift in La Presse’s ownership structure is designed to allow it to get donations and funding from government, which is unfeasible as long as it is owned by one of Canada’s richest families.“If I was in government I wouldn’t give a subsidy to the Desmarais family. It would be misinterpreted,” he said.But Andre Desmarais said he’s optimistic that the federal government, which is studying funding for national newspapers, will end up providing funding because it would want to help a medium that supports democracy. He noted that the CBC gets about $1 billion a year, but just for the broadcast medium.Meanwhile, Paul Desmarais told shareholders that the Lafarge board of directors, on which he is a member as the owner of 9.43 per cent in Lafarge-Holcim, was not aware of the cement maker allegedly funding Syrian militants until it was reported on by the media in 2016.“As soon as this matter was brought to its attention, the board of directors immediately initiated an independent internal investigation, the results of which were, on its own initiative, turned over to the authorities with the assurance of its co-operation,” he said in a statement read to reporters.It also implemented additional compliance and internal control measures.French and Belgian authorities are investigating several ex-employees for their alleged roles in indirectly funding groups including the Islamic State to guarantee safe passage for staff and supply of plants.The wrongdoing precedes Lafarge’s merger with Swiss company Holcim in 2017.Power Corp. says its net earnings more than doubled to a record $525 million or $1.13 per share in the first quarter, compared with $258 million or 56 cents per share in the prior year quarter.Excluding restructuring and other charges last year, adjusted profits were $269 million or 58 cents per share in the first quarter of 2017.Power increased its quarterly dividend 6.6 per cent to 38.20 cents per share, payable June 29 to shareholders of record June 8.———Power Corp. holds an investment in The Canadian Press as part of a joint agreement with a subsidiary of the Globe and Mail and Torstar Corp.Companies in this story: (TSX:POW, TSX:PWF).last_img read more

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