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Preparation Outline
Topic: The various usage of photography
Specific purpose: To inform my audience about the various usage of photography Central idea: Thus, I would like to share with you about the various usage of photography Introduction
I. Before I go further with my presentation, let me show you a photo A. Have you seen this photo before?
B. What you get when you look at this photo once?
C. Do you agree with me if I say this photo deliver information directly by just looking at it? II. If yes, this photo have reached their goal and this is one of purpose of photography A. "Photography" is derived from the Greek words photos that mean, “light” and graphein is “to draw”. The scientist Sir John Herschel first used the word in 1839. It is a method of recording images by the action of light, or related radiation, on a sensitive material. B. Joseph Nicephore Niepce made the first photographic image with a camera obscura in summer of 1827. C. There are a lot of photography type that has been practice till now such as photojournalism, underwater photography, fashion photography, fine art photography, microphotography and so on. III. To understand the usage of photography better, I have done extensive research to find out more about this. IV. Thus, today, I would like to share with you the various usage of photography which including photography as communication, photography as documentation and photography as artistic expression. (Transition)

Having clear with my purpose of speech let me start now with my first point.

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I. The first type of strangest allergies is allergy to water. A. There are many terms on how to define water allergy.
1. According to Genetic and Rare Disease and Information Center, water allergy also known as Aquagenic urticaria is characterized by itchy white or red lumps that occur after direct contact with water. 2. This condition is said to only affect one out of every 23 million people...
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