• Ways of Seeing
    myself as an example, I didn’t need more than just seconds, to stop and appreciate what this photograph shows. This is the first time I see it in my life, however, what this particular picture has brought to me are many different images, thoughts, and reflections for me to think about. For many...
    Premium 543 Words 3 Pages
  • Writing Samples
    through this class, I have been able to break more of the code. Alex Boger University Writing Jipson 9/19/07 1652 Words The Assumptions Behind Photography It is impossible for any photograph to be judged as a perfect representation of the scene it is capturing. Susan Sontag, in her...
    Premium 7104 Words 29 Pages
  • Threepreciousthings Speech
    around me. This song it made me realize that you can overcome fears. In conclusion, I consider that the photograph of me and my grandmother, the necklace and the song 'Beautiful' by Christina Aguilera are precious to me. Because they all have an important role in my life. The three valuable things...
    Premium 495 Words 2 Pages
  • Photography
    quality of analogue photographs cannot be compared to that of digital cameras. Analogue cameras are by far more sophisticated instruments for good photography. This conclusion really helped me produce the final product. Human ingenuity, the area of interaction played a very important role in...
    Premium 8946 Words 36 Pages
  • Picture Conversation
    . Introducing The Photograph To introduce the photograph we can give a general overview of what we see. This includes the location of the photo as well as naming the people, objects and/or events it features. 2. Describing The Photograph Here we should be more specific. We talk about the focus...
    Premium 329 Words 2 Pages
  • Website
    just amazing how the world of communication has advanced. This website did indeed help me understand more about communication between animals and how human communication such as sign language has evolved. With its thorough explanations, videos, and photographs it made it so much more understandable...
    Premium 1516 Words 7 Pages
  • Sound Portraits
    Soundportraits shows that voices can describe things as clearly as a photograph. This new sound photograph has its own beautiful side, such as the sound of the environment, people chatting, which makes us feel like we were there with them; however, the lack of visual images can also make...
    Premium 849 Words 4 Pages
  • The Kiss
    couple actually is. To me, the mystery of how these two felt that day is what makes the picture so mesmerizing. How joyful must the girl have felt to let a completely stranger kiss her like that and not object, just gives meaning to the phrase “ you only live once”. This photograph became a hit...
    Premium 551 Words 3 Pages
  • Alexey Brodovitch
    visual experience for the reader. This added to the unusual photographs paired with the text, excited readers and started his reign of popularity here within the United States. Alexey Brodovitch interested me to begin with because he worked for a fashion magazine. I enjoyed the way he wrapped his...
    Premium 994 Words 4 Pages
  • Artowrks
    choosing them for this particular assignment. First was Sharon Core’s portrait Still Life with Steak; a photograph that can trick the eye into believing it’s an actual painting, according to Annelisa Stephan she mentioned that  “Core’s work is inspired by, but strategically altered from, a still...
    Premium 1560 Words 7 Pages
  • Cmns Publishing Author Talk
    First, I will open the talk with greetings to people who attend the sales conference presentation. It is an honor to be in the conference, since it is a great opportunity for me to speak why I have been putting a lot of effort to print this book, Island and Inlets of the B.C. Coast: A Photographic...
    Premium 1512 Words 7 Pages
  • Hello
    Jackson Cung Prof. Ted Shank English 908 24 March 2013 Famine in Uganda This photograph was taken by Mike Wells on April 1980. It was taken in the driest region of Uganda, the Karamoja district during the 1980 famine that wiped out twenty-one percent of the population. The photograph has a...
    Premium 727 Words 3 Pages
  • The Most Horrible Day
    this photograph; don’t get me wrong. The first thing I know decide about the untitled photograph by Cindy Sherman is her creativity and visual communication photographing. Cindy Sherman art work is known for the mixture of horror, fear and discomfort but added by the realism of the world. She turns...
    Premium 349 Words 2 Pages
  • without sanctuuary
    fills with heartache, pain, anger, and resentment, because of the images depicted before me. In one photograph, the unidentified corpse of a young African American male, hangs approximately eight feet high from a tree in front of a courthouse. In another picture, the body of another African...
    Premium 648 Words 3 Pages
  • Narration
    forever and for the better. We also went with a non-traditional way of taking our photographs. The photographs of the groom’s party were taken and then the photographs of the bride’s party were taken. At this time, the sanctuary was cleared, except for the photographer, and my soon to be wife and...
    Premium 632 Words 3 Pages
  • Korda
    my life: The Cuban Revolution. It was at this time that I took this photo of a little girl, who was clutching a piece of wood for a doll. I came to understand that it was worth dedicating my work to a revolution which aimed to remove these inequalities.” The photograph was named La Nina de la...
    Premium 798 Words 4 Pages
  • History
    . By doing so, the reviewer made the book very interesting and an interest for me to read it. In this third book review, the book by Thomas J. Noel and Debra Faulkner, Mile High Tourism: Denver’s Convention and Visitor History, reviewed by Fran Pierson is a book about Denver as a tourist city it...
    Premium 953 Words 4 Pages
  • Proposal for culminating poject
    standing in the cold, surrounded by snow and photograph was running around me, trying to capture a successful moment. I was surprised about her hard work. Next I had photo session in the studio. There were 5 photographers. Each of them was choosing right angle, changing camera’s lenses every 10 minutes...
    Premium 647 Words 3 Pages
  • War on Drugs in Afghanistan Photo Analysis
    the photograph of danger. I see the second man that makes me feel that he is spraying pesticides or some kind of dangerous chemicals. 4) Does the photo show an event or use a symbol you recognize? No It doesn’t 6) Does the image shows values, issues, beliefs, and everyday life on its...
    Premium 612 Words 3 Pages
  • Bigners Guide for Dslr Photography
    a great photograph, but a true piece of art. If you found this basic photography guide useful, please share it with your photography buddies and friends. Just send them to http://www.best-photography-courses.com/ You can also reach out to me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com...
    Premium 5058 Words 21 Pages