Lste 7305 dua#6_power_point_harter

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Lste 7305 dua#6_power_point_harter

  1. 1. Capture Their Character E X I T
  2. 2. Expressive Writing & Photography  This tutorial is designed to help you understand the basic concepts of close-up or portrait photos and expressive writing E X I T
  3. 3. Descriptive Writing  The purpose of a descriptive writing is to describe a person, place, or thing in such vivid detail that the reader can easily form a precise mental picture of what is being written about. The author may accomplish this by using imaginative language, interesting comparisons, and images that appeal to the senses. E X I T
  4. 4. Descriptive Writing: Could Be Better  today it rained hard and fast  The dog was brown  The fish smelled bad  Her smile was funny E X I T
  5. 5. Descriptive Writing: Best  …huge, smoky, noisy and not a little intimidating  …looming, monstrosity that was wildly spinning  …screaming like sacrificial virgins  …her fiendish smile did not go with her angelic face E X I T
  6. 6. Let’s Practice  On the next slide choose which sentence you think is the best example of a descriptive phrase E X I T
  7. 7. Your Turn ! #1  The train bellowed thick black smoke. This One No, not this one E X I T
  8. 8. Why Was That Wrong?  Descriptive writing requires you to push the limits of your imagination  You need to shape the images you present  Start with a single detail and expand it to your descriptive limits  Make the details as interesting as possible Try Again E X I T
  9. 9. You Did It!  Good descriptive writing depends heavily on observing and recollecting vivid moments. You did good here, keep up the good work. E X I T
  10. 10. Your Turn ! #2  The black iron machine bellowed thick smoke. This One No, not this one E X I T
  11. 11. Why Was That Wrong?  Descriptive writing requires you to push the limits of your imagination  You need to shape the images you present  Start with a single detail and expand it to your descriptive limits  Make the details as interesting as possible Try Again E X I T
  12. 12. You Did It!  Good descriptive writing depends heavily on observing and recollecting vivid moments. You did good here, keep up the good work. E X I T
  13. 13. Your Turn ! #3  The monstrous iron engine filled the sky with dense charcoal colored smoke. This One No, not this one E X I T
  14. 14. Why Was That Wrong?  Descriptive writing requires you to push the limits of your imagination  You need to shape the images you present  Start with a single detail and expand it to your descriptive limits  Make the details as interesting as possible Try Again E X I T
  15. 15. You Did It!  Good descriptive writing depends heavily on observing and recollecting vivid moments. You did good here, keep up the good work. E X I T
  16. 16. Characteristics of Portraits  A likeness of someone’s face  A portrait should capture more than just the likeness of a person. A portrait should also show their personality, or their character.  A portrait is usually considered to be flattering to the subject. A portrait is a collaboration between the photographer and the subject.  For more helpful hints click on the camera: E X I T
  17. 17. Portraits ~ Good Examples E X I T
  18. 18. Portraits ~ Bad Examples E X I T
  19. 19. Good Luck!  I am confident that each of you will produce an interesting and well organized project.  Push yourself but don’t forget to have fun with this assignment as well! E X I T

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