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Photojournalism lecture
Photojournalism lecture
Photojournalism lecture
Photojournalism lecture
Photojournalism lecture
Photojournalism lecture
Photojournalism lecture
Photojournalism lecture
Photojournalism lecture
Photojournalism lecture
Photojournalism lecture
Photojournalism lecture
Photojournalism lecture
Photojournalism lecture
Photojournalism lecture
Photojournalism lecture
Photojournalism lecture
Photojournalism lecture
Photojournalism lecture
Photojournalism lecture
Photojournalism lecture
Photojournalism lecture
Photojournalism lecture
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  • 1. Photography<br />July 29, 2009<br />Jennifer Cox<br />
  • 2. Announcements<br />Quizzes – ouch…<br />Collect extra credit<br />Surveys<br />Sounslides lab – bring a blank CD<br />Final on Tuesday<br />
  • 3. Photojournalism<br />Photojournalism is about capturing the human experience and making your own art; not just capturing the creations of others<br />Look at the good, the bad and the ugly<br />Examples of good pictures are posted on the blog<br />
  • 4. Tips<br />Try to avoid posed pictures<br />Try to capture emotion<br />Get faces; not backs<br />Identify the star of the picture<br />Get up close!<br />Let your picture tell a story<br />Use different angles<br />Avoid inanimate objects; focus on people<br />Don’t crowd the picture<br />Action, good; blurry, bad!<br />Use the “Rule of Thirds”<br />Try different things<br />
  • 5. Try to avoid posed pictures<br />
  • 6. Try to capture emotion<br />
  • 7. Get faces; not backs<br />
  • 8. Who is the star of the picture?<br />
  • 9. Get up close!<br />
  • 10. Let your pictures tell a story<br />
  • 11. Let your pictures tell a story<br />
  • 12. Use different angles/levels<br />
  • 13. Inanimate objects<br />Inanimate objects tend to be boring; always try to include people<br />No pictures of buildings, cars, etc.<br />Don’t just photograph a sculpture; photograph someone looking at the sculpture with an expressive look on his/her face<br />
  • 14. Inanimate objects<br />
  • 15. Don’t crowd the picture<br />
  • 16. Action is exciting; blurry is not<br />
  • 17. Use the Rule of Thirds<br />
  • 18. Use the Rule of Thirds<br />
  • 19. Try different things<br />
  • 20. Some good examples<br />
  • 21. Some good examples<br />
  • 22. SoundSlides – need to know<br />You will be creating a slide show <br />GOAL: to recruit high school students to UF<br />Take pictures that capture life at UF<br />Have a theme – don’t be too scattered<br />No need for journalistic captions; you’ll be creating ad-like captions in lab<br />We’ll look at examples on Monday<br />
  • 23. Announcements<br /> For Monday: read SoundSlides post on the blog<br />Lab 11: bring in a blank disc<br />Lab 11: bring in 10-20 photographs from around the campus on a flash drive<br />Today’s PowerPoint will be posted on the blog<br />

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