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  • Today, thanks to continued technological developments, cellphone photos are becoming an integral part of online sharing and communicating. For example, Nokia unveiled...\n\n
  • The reason why I chose this subject matter is that I am a shutterbug myself and I have one heavy digital SLR and two film SLR cameras. Every time I saw some thing and felt the urge to take a picture the only device in my pocket is my iPhone. However, most of the time, I am not satisfied with my iPhone photos. \n\n
  • However, there are so many great pictures taken by cellphones. These are the winners of the world's first conference about iPhone and mobile device photography. I saw the increasing demand to learn the cell photo shooting skills \n
  • However, there are so many great pictures taken by cellphones. These are the winners of the world's first conference about iPhone and mobile device photography. I saw the increasing demand to learn the cell photo shooting skills \n
  • However, there are so many great pictures taken by cellphones. These are the winners of the world's first conference about iPhone and mobile device photography. I saw the increasing demand to learn the cell photo shooting skills \n
  • However, there are so many great pictures taken by cellphones. These are the winners of the world's first conference about iPhone and mobile device photography. I saw the increasing demand to learn the cell photo shooting skills \n
  • However, there are so many great pictures taken by cellphones. These are the winners of the world's first conference about iPhone and mobile device photography. I saw the increasing demand to learn the cell photo shooting skills \n
  • However, there are so many great pictures taken by cellphones. These are the winners of the world's first conference about iPhone and mobile device photography. I saw the increasing demand to learn the cell photo shooting skills \n
  • In Mass Media and Journalistic Communication, there is a Shift that breaking news is delivered to the public less and less by traditional media, and more and more by ordinary citizens with smartphones and twitter accounts.\n\nAs people are more guarded, and aware of the professional cameras, small cell phones enable a photographer to get the needed shot and leave the scene virtually undetected. \n\n
  • In Mass Media and Journalistic Communication, there is a Shift that breaking news is delivered to the public less and less by traditional media, and more and more by ordinary citizens with smartphones and twitter accounts.\n\nAs people are more guarded, and aware of the professional cameras, small cell phones enable a photographer to get the needed shot and leave the scene virtually undetected. \n\n
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  • Legacy is a software shell which could be modified as a ID model that can help designers organize learning activities into an inquiry cycle that is easy to understand and pedagogically sound. It was built upon four types of design principles: learner centered, knowledge centered, assessment centered, and community centered.\nLighting Control lesson in classroom \n
  • This is a challenge about rainy day shooting. First, a challenge is put as it is a photo taken by Jimmy who wants to use it on Facebook but .blur, no subject.several videos given by experts in this field talking about their opinions regarding the challenge together with great photos in the similar situation are presented as inspiration.\n\nswitch to their phone camera and try to apply what they learned to the practice. revise their previous suggestions and thoughts.\ntask gives a lot of freedom and use editing applications. \n
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  • Cellphone presentation mengjie copy

    1. 1. CellphonePhotography By Mengjie Zhu 2012/3
    2. 2. Cellphone PhotographyLast Monday, Nokia unveiled a smartphone, 808 PureView, with a41 megapixel camera sensor. It is comparable to some low-enddigital SLRs.
    3. 3. GoalTo teach the basics of cellphone photographyso that users could be able to produce qualityphotographs using cellphones.
    4. 4. Audience• All cellphone camera users• PHOTOGRAPHY: Professionals v.s. Amateurs• MASS MEDIA: Citizen journalists v.s. Professional photojournalists
    5. 5. Audience• All cellphone camera users• PHOTOGRAPHY: Professionals v.s. Amateurs• MASS MEDIA: Citizen journalists v.s. Professional photojournalistsMay 2011: Stephanie Gordon used her iPhone to photograph the last launch ofSpace Shuttle Endeavor from the window of her flight to Palm Beach. She thentweeted them. Within hours her photos were on dozens of news sites. Associatedpress paid her $500 per photo. Her photo became probably the most famousof the event.
    6. 6. Objectives• Learning will be conveyed through different challenges focusing on topics of portraiture, landscapes, dealing with motion, lighting control(ways to deal with low light situations), composition, ethics of cell phone photography, color correction, and various applications available for different phones to process photos.• Instructional design is based on Legacy Model.
    7. 7. Legacy ModelSchwartz, D. L, Brophy, S., Lin, X. & Bransford, J. D. (1999) Software for managing complexlearning: Examples from an educational psychology course. Educational TechnologyResearch and Development. 47(2).  p 39-60
    8. 8. Threats/Pitfalls• Educational Value: How to take great pictures with limited functionality• Interface Design: Seamless integration/ transmission from learning application to camera function

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