Photo Journalism Portfolio(4a)

Gabriel Visram

Photoshop 1

In this photo you have to go to the adjustments which are in the side, the you click the black and white button. DONE

Photoshop 2

You have to use quick selection and select the bird and make another layer then you go back to the background layer and click the black and white effects

Photoshop 3

You have to import 3 images and select the monkey and the woman with quick select each and move them to the supermarket background then place them appropriately

Elements of Composition 1

Elements of Composition 2

Elements of Composition 3

Elements of Composition 4

Elements of Composition 5

Elements of Composition 6

Reflection

My experience in this class has been a wonderful journey. The class made me feel welcomed even when I joined late. Overall good, Favorite project photoshop least favorite portfolio. I have practiced my photography skills in this course and have learned a number of things.

Camera operations

ON and OFF

You press the power on button

Place batteries

You open the batteries slot remove the current batteries and place new ones

Enable macro/super macro

You press the macro button

Insert sd card

Open sd card slot remove current sd card then place the new one

Change image size

You go to the camera setting then click image setting then choose the size

Zoom in and out

Then u click the zoom in zoom out button

Change date/time

Setting up Date and Time

  1. Turn Your Camera on.
  2. Hit the Menu button.
  3. Select 'Tools' which is usually represented by a wrench or hammer symbol.
  4. Select 'Time/Date', the symbol is usually a clock.
  5. You can now change the time and date. Use the left/right buttons to select what you would like to change. Use the up and down buttons to change the values.
  6. Once you're all the data is correct, hit the 'set button' to apply the new data. Hit the 'menu button' to exit the menu.

History of Photography

Johann Heinrich Schulze

Roger Fenton

Roger Fenton: War Photographer – Roger Fenton rose to fame in England during the “golden age” of photography in the 1850s. Originally recognized for his architecture and landscape photography, Fenton was dispatched to cover the Crimean War in 1855, thus becoming the world’s first war photographer. Because of the unwieldy nature of his equipment and its inherent technological limitations, Fenton was unable to photograph moving subjects and instead focused on posed portraits and landscapes. He chose not to photograph dead or injured soldiers.

Deguarreotype

Feb 6th, 1839

Deguare came up with the first Deguarreotype which changed the revolution of the camera without it taking 8 hrs for the picture to develop it only took a couple of minutes.

Photojournalist Feature

Brandon Stanton

Brandon Stanton

Born on march 1st, 1984(age 32)in Georigia

Works as a photographer

His style of photography is to photograph random people

He won People's Voice award, Best Use of Photography category, 2013 Webby Award for Humans of New York. and: James Joyce Award from the Literary and Historical Society (L&H) of University College Dublin (UCD). Quote from him "If there's one thing i use as a gauge for how good a post is, it's honesty

5 Frame Photo Story

Laws and Ethics

Libel

  • The act of publishing a false statement that causes people to have a bad opinion of someone by putting fake photo video and etc


Slander

In which someone tells one or more persons an untruth about another which untruth will harm thereputation of the person defamed.

John Peter Zenger

John Peter Zenger (October 26, 1697 – July 28, 1746) was a German American printer and journalist in New York City. Zenger printed The New York Weekly Journal.[1] The first generation of American editors discovered readers loved it when they criticized the local governor; the governors discovered they could shut down the newspapers. The most dramatic confrontation came in New York in 1734, where the governor brought Zenger to trial for Criminal Libel after the publication of satirical attacks. The jury acquitted Zenger, who became the iconic American hero for freedom of the press.[2]

The First Amendment of the United States Constitution

The First Amendment of the United States Constitution protects the right to freedom of religion and freedom of expression from government interference. See U.S. Const. amend. I. Freedom of expression consists of the rights to freedom of speech, press, assembly and to petition the government for a redress of grievances, and the implied rights of association and belief. The Supreme Court interprets the extent of the protection afforded to these rights. The First Amendment has been interpreted by the Court as applying to the entire federal government even though it is only expressly applicable to Congress. Furthermore, the Court has interpreted, the due process clause of the Fourteenth Amendment as protecting the rights in the First Amendment from interference by state governments.