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If it makes you laugh, ...

If it makes you laugh,
if it makes you cry,
if it rips out your heart,
that’s a good picture.

Eddie Adams
American Photographer
Pulitzer Prize Winner 1969


After going through the two POWERPOINTS below,

http://www.slideshare.net/yaryalitsa/the-denotation-and-connotation-of-imagegraphic-analysis
http://www.slideshare.net/yaryalitsa/humanities-primary-sources-secondary-source

then going through this video will assist in discussing the images with the class and drawing assumptions and conclusion; sometimes what we see is not what is being conveyed.

This video will assist in Humanities and English.

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  • 1. Use a picture. It’s worth 1000 words. Part 5: “Use a picture. It’s worth 1000 words.” 10 photographs.
  • 2. 1911 Arthur Brisbane, a newspaper man is credited with saying: “Use a picture. It is worth a thousand words.” 1927 “A picture is worth a thousand words.” appeared in an advertisement developed by: Fred R. Barnard for Royal Baking Soda. Note: Chinese Proverb: “One picture is worth ten thousand words” attributed to: Confucius It’s worth something alright!
  • 3. 1884: Paris, France ‘The Statue of Liberty’ under construction
  • 4. 1914 William Harley and Arthur Davidson
  • 5. c.1915: Russia Tsar Nicholas II & his daughter Duchess Anastasia
  • 6. 1919 Helen Keller meets Charlie Chaplin in Hollywood
  • 7. 1924?: MGM Studios Shooting & recording the lion’s roar for MGM logo
  • 8. 1926: Somerville, Massachusetts, USA first car factory for Ford
  • 9. During WWII Queen Elizabeth II during her army service
  • 10. 16th June, 1945 return of Da Vinci’s ‘Mona Lisa’ to the Lourve
  • 11. mid 1950’s: Nevada mannequins on an atomic bomb test site
  • 12. 1972: On the moon, Apollo 16 Family photograph left by Charles Duke; still there
  • 13. 30 photos from the past that should see 50 Inspiring Animated Gifs After You See These 20 Rare Photos From The Past, You’ll Never Forget Them. Wow. Here Are 45 Rare Photos From The Past You’ve Never Seen Before The Online Photographer Sources… Assembled: A. Ballas