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  • 1. Photojournalism Nafise Esmael Motlagh
  • 2. Main concept History of photojournalism Journalism and photojournalism Technology of photojournalism Tips and tricks in assignments
  • 3. History of photojournalism 150 years of photojournalism Early E l war photography h t h Photography and social change Development of 35mm Picture magazines Farm Securities Administration (FSA) World War 2 and after Magnum Photos
  • 4. History of photojournalism The 1950s Vietnam Vi t Threat from television The new photojournalism War at the end of the 20th century Digital technology Citizen journalism The future
  • 5. History of photojournalism BERESON ERWITT NATCHWAY MARK CAPA
  • 6. Journalism and photojournalism
  • 7. Journalism and photojournalismContactsThis module will enable you to: build up a contacts book understand the value of having good contacts develop a method of finding ideas
  • 8. Journalism and photojournalism ContactsContacts bookValue of contactsPress and information officersColleaguesThe internetExercise
  • 9. Journalism and photojournalismEditorial valuesThisThi module will enable you to: d l ill bl t identify the values that underpin journalism understand h d t d how th these values are put i t l t into practice behave responsibly as a journalist
  • 10. Journalism and photojournalism Editorial valuesAccuracyFairnessObjectivityResponsibility
  • 11. Journalism and photojournalismEditors and assignmentsThisThi module will enable you to: d l ill bl t understand the role of a picture editor develop skills t approach editors d l kill to h dit identify the different kinds of assignments and sales
  • 12. Journalism and photojournalism Editors and assignmentsChain of commandKinds of editorTeamworkResponsibilityR ibilitBuilding trustFind an allyGet involvedBe a journalistTypes of commission or sale
  • 13. Journalism and photojournalismEthics in photojournalismThis module will enable you to: understand some of the moral issues that confront photojournalists identify guidelines for ethical conduct develop a personal code of ethics
  • 14. Journalism and photojournalism Ethics in photojournalismManipulation of picturesSetting up picturesMisuse of images by clientsThe public interest v. individual rightsHow to decide
  • 15. Journalism and photojournalismIdeasThis module will enable you to: distinguish between images and illustrations understand where you are likely to find good visual images develop a sense of what the market wants
  • 16. Journalism and photojournalismIdeasWhatWh t makes a good idea? k d id ?Stand-alone imagesJournalistic images versus illustrationsHow do you find ideas?What the market wantsIs it worth it?Exercise
  • 17. Journalism and photojournalismRole of the journalistThisThi module will enable you to: d l ill bl t understand the role journalists play in society be aware of the constraints under which a j journalist works identify the skills a journalist needs
  • 18. Journalism and photojournalism Role of the journalistWhat do journalists do?Constraints on journalistsEditorial guidelinesActive journalismProcessing and presenting
  • 19. Journalism and photojournalismWhat is news?This module will enable you to: identify different kinds of news test information for its newsworthiness understand the market for news
  • 20. Journalism and photojournalism What is news?NewImportantInterestingRelevantTesting for newsworthinessTimingg
  • 21. Journalism and photojournalismWriting captionsThisThi module will enable you to: d l ill bl t write appropriate captions to your pictures practise writing clear, concise captions ti iti l i ti understand the importance of getting facts rights
  • 22. Journalism and photojournalism Writing captionsTest the picturesComplement the imageExplainGuide and engage the viewerWrite concisely
  • 23. TECHNOLOGY
  • 24. TECHNOLOGYColorThis module will enable you to: identify the strengths and weaknesses of the two modes of photography. understand color temperature and how to control it see in black and white get the maximum information into a black and white image
  • 25. TECHNOLOGYColor versus black and whiteColorColor temperatureDaylightArtificial lightFiltersBlack and white (B/W)Seeing in black and whiteLatitudeL tit dFiltersDigital camerasPrinting
  • 26. TECHNOLOGYcompositionThisThi module will enable you to: d l ill bl t use the elements of composition to create appealing images compose pictures that tell a story develop an individual style
  • 27. TECHNOLOGY CompositionLearn to see photographicallyStudy picturesSt d pict resRule of thirdsBalanceVerticals and horizontalsForeground and backgroundFocusUsing the framePositive and negative spaceLightTone and contrastPatterns and linesDon’t forget the message
  • 28. TECHNOLOGYExposureThis module will enable you to: understand the relationship between shutter speed, aperture and film speed use different ways of metering exposure expose for both negative film and digital cameras recognize the effects of over- and under exposure over under-exposure use camera controls creatively
  • 29. TECHNOLOGY ExposureCamera controls – shutter speed, aperture and film speedMeteringExposure latitudeTypes of filmOver- and under-exposureMetering in difficult lightPracticeLighting ratiosExerciseTechnical criteria
  • 30. TECHNOLOGYFlashThis module will enable you to: identify the different techniques of portable flash use flash to create natural effects
  • 31. TECHNOLOGY FlashFlash powerDirect flashFill flashFlash as the main lightSeparate flash from cameraSynchronizing with shutter speedBalancing flashFlash blurBounce flashTips
  • 32. TECHNOLOGYLensesThisThi module will enable you to: d l ill bl t understand the effects created by lenses of different focal lengths use standard, wide-angle, telephoto and specialist lenses creatively p y
  • 33. TECHNOLOGY LensesRange of lensesLens speedCamera shakeStandard lSt d d lensWide-angle lensesTelephoto and long lensesExtreme lensesSpecialist lensesZooms
  • 34. TECHNOLOGYLightThisThi module will enable you to: d l ill bl t identify the various types of natural and artificial light understand the characters of different types of light g sharpen your awareness of light use light creatively g y
  • 35. TECHNOLOGY LightTypes of lightT f li htQualities of lightTimes of dayArtificial lightFlashReflectorsLearning to see light
  • 36. Tips and tricks in assignments
  • 37. Tips and tricks in assignmentsClose-up and detailThis module will enable you to: fill the frame using both close-up and a long lens appreciate the usefulness of the close-up or detail h t d t il shot practice using very close focus
  • 38. Tips and tricks in assignments Close-up and detailPlaying with scaleCompositionLensesValue of the close-upExerciseTechnical criteria
  • 39. Tips and tricks in assignmentsEstablishing shotThis module will enable you to: understand the concept of setting up a story practice the wide shot develop your range of visual abilities
  • 40. Tips and tricks in assignments Establishing shotTimingLandscapesCompositionExerciseTechnical criteria
  • 41. Tips and tricks in assignmentsPerson at workThisThi module will enable you to: d l ill bl t understand how to shoot a single image gain th confidence of strangers and access i the fid f t d to them at work develop your understanding of lenses film lenses, and equipment
  • 42. Tips and tricks in assignments Person at workGuidelinesPractical adviceExerciseTechnical criteria
  • 43. Tips and tricks in assignmentsPortraitThisThi module will enable you to: d l ill bl t practice head shots, environmental portraits and groups make a portrait that reveals a person’s character understand the use of light in a portrait
  • 44. Tips and tricks in assignments PortraitHead h tH d shotsEnvironmental portraitsGroupsGeneral principlePractical adviceExerciseTechnical criteria
  • 45. Tips and tricks in assignmentsRelationshipsThisThi module will enable you to: d l ill bl t gain confidence in working in intimate situations with strangers understand how body language and expression convey feelings develop your understanding of camera operation in the field
  • 46. Tips and tricks in assignments RelationshipsTypes of relationshipT f l ti hiEmotion and body languageScalePlanningAccess and permissionExerciseTechnical criteria
  • 47. Tips and tricks in assignments Single imageWhat is my message?Who is my audience?How to photographTechniqueLearning what works and what sellsEthical considerations
  • 48. Tips and tricks in assignmentsThe momentThisThi module will enable you to: d l ill bl t practice spontaneous shooting in situations you do not control develop your instinctive control of the camera explore the movement and organization of the street
  • 49. Tips and tricks in assignments The momentGuidelinesPractical adviceExerciseTechnical criteria

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