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Megan Getter's Photojournalism Portfolio

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Photojournalism Portfolio including black and white, general news, spot news, sports, and feature story.

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Megan Getter's Photojournalism Portfolio

  1. 1. PHOTOJOURNALISM PORTFOLIO Megan Getter
  2. 2. The art of removing color to create an enhanced image: BLACK & WHITE
  3. 3. Calculations
  4. 4. Channel Mixer
  5. 5. High Contrast
  6. 6. Lightness Channel
  7. 7. Duo Tones
  8. 8. Pumpkin Carving with Roberts Academy at Wynne’s Bistro
  9. 9. FSC Women’s Volleyball team mates embrace after victory against Florida Tech.
  10. 10. Cardboard regatta competitor Jennilee Davies after the race.
  11. 11. Dancer at the Asian American Festival in Lakeland
  12. 12. Christmas Gala preview at convocation
  13. 13. The events accepted by the masses as worth covering: GENERAL NEWS
  14. 14. Car Show in Downtown Lakeland
  15. 15. Hispanic American Festival in Lakeland, FL
  16. 16. Hispanic American Festival in Lakeland, FL
  17. 17. Cardboard Regatta at FSC
  18. 18. Career Expo at FSC
  19. 19. Career Expo at FSC
  20. 20. Christmas Gala preview at convocation
  21. 21. Lakeland Christmas Parade
  22. 22. The game of life governed by rules on epic playing fields: SPORTS
  23. 23. FSC Men’s Soccer versus Rollins @ FSC with a 4-3 win for the Mocs
  24. 24. FSC Men’s Soccer versus West Florida @ FSC with a 3-4 loss for the Mocs
  25. 25. FSC Women’s Volleyball against Florida Tech
  26. 26. FSC Women’s Volleyball against Florida Tech
  27. 27. FSC Women’s Volleyball against Florida Tech
  28. 28. FSC Women’s Volleyball against Florida Tech
  29. 29. The sudden, spontaneous, and/or unpredictable news story: SPOT NEWS
  30. 30. October 18, 2011 - Student passes out during music practice
  31. 31. October 06, 2011 – House fire on Missouri Ave.
  32. 32. The essence of a person as others see them:ENVIRONMENTAL PORTRAIT
  33. 33. Pete Bias, Ph. D. in Economics
  34. 34. The everyday life happenings waiting to be uncovered: FEATURE STORY
  35. 35. H E A LT H A N D T H E E N V I RO N M E N TBy maintaining a Florida-Friendly landscape, you can reduce yourwater consumption and preserve the environment. Excessive wateringcan lead to drought in Florida. Native species require less fertilizerand less watering. Excessive fertilizer can enter the water supplythrough runoff. Pets drinking from puddles, children playing insprinklers, and any human that comes in contact with this water risksserious health problems.
  36. 36. Let the work begin!
  37. 37. Removing unwanted plants
  38. 38. Unwanted plants can be recycled into mulch
  39. 39. Phalaris arundinacea should be planted clumps rather than linear rows
  40. 40. Overgrown lawn becomes beautified landscape
  41. 41. The finished product
  42. 42. Mulch retains moisture and reduces the need to water
  43. 43. Water efficiently with timed sprinklers and reclaimed water
  44. 44. Look for more attractive native species

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