Semester review

Things to Know: 1. What are the types of white balance and draw the symbol for each. Auto- camera sets white balance (AWB) Daylight- camera adds warm tones; used for day photos (sun) Cloudy- camera adds warm tones; used for cloudy photos (cloud) Shade- camera adds warm tones; used for shady photos (house with a […]

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Study guide

1. Things to know for the test: 2. What is the difference between breaking photojournalist ethics and breaking the law? The difference between breaking photojournalist ethics ad breaking the law is that the ethics and the law are different. they both have different codes. 3. What are some of the scenarios we discussed? Princess Kate sunbathing […]

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Ethical Considerations Scenarios: Read the following scenarios and answer the following questions as both a photographer and photo editor. Post the answers in the blog section. 1.  —Photographer: You are working with a reporter on a story about a coach who holds some national records for weightlifting. You still need a shot of him working […]

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Photography notes

Photography is all about capturing a moment. .  And there are a lot of ways you can play a factor in how that moment is captured. Composition can play a huge factor in making a blah photo into a fantastic one. Composition techniques Rule of thirds Angle Lighting Framing Motion Leading lines Rule of thirds […]

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Favorite photo

Here we have my cat, Echo. She’s sitting on my dad’s ladder (which is really old!!) She’s looking at something, and I think it just looks really pretty. You can see the brown in her fur, which is hard to see in some photos. 

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Photo assignment!!

Here, we have a photo of me and these two guys dressed as soldiers! I chose this picture, because I was in Berlin, sanding in front of the Brandenburger Tor. This photo represents me because there’s and American flag (where I’m from!) and a German flag (I was in Germany, and I’m learning German.)Another way […]

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