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Photojournalism Portfolio 4A

Photojournalism Reflection

During the course of Photojournalism this semester was really fun. I've learned a massive amount about the camera and how it works properly, photoshop, and how to take good pictures. My favorite parts about photojournalism was the field trip that we took around the school/outside. The Humans of Fossil Ridge where we interviewed students and asked them questions about themselves, and made quote from their sayings. Photojournalism this year was a new experience for me and I enjoyed it well.

Photo Gallery Showcase

Elements of Composition

Photoshop

JoJo & Bobo's Love Story

SAT Alphabet Divergent

Divergent

tending to be different or develop in different directions or separating, moving in different directions from a particular ponit.

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Humans of Fossil Ridge

Photojournalist Feature

Lucian Perkins was born in Fort Worth, TX in 1953.

Education The University of Texas at Austin, and Two time Pulitzer Prize Winner,etc. Lucian’s focus on documenting human-interest stories encompasses daily life and social issues in the United States to conflicts and crisis overseas. He is known for an approach that counterpoints a deep sympathy for his subjects with an ability to expose their hopes and foibles, and for a style that combines formal clarity with, from time to time, an offbeat humor. He’s interest stories encompasses daily life and social issues in the United States to conflicts and crisis overseas. Lucian covered major international events such as the fall of the Soviet Union and aftermath; the wars and refugee crisis in the former Yugoslavia, Chechnya, Iraq and Afghanistan; and major events at home. Lucian received his first Pulitzer Prize for collaboration with Post reporter Leon Dash on their four-year study of the effects of poverty.

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Law and Ethics

NPPA A Code of Ethics

1. Be accurate and comprehensive in the representation of subjects

2. Resist being manipulated by staged photo opportunities.

3. Be complete and provide context when photographing or recording subjects.