Monthly Archives: May 2017

Photojournalism and Strongly Modified Images

You see these photo-modifications every time you stand in line while waiting to pay for groceries. Tabloids with obviously altered cover photos with captions like, “My Mother Married an Space Alien,” and then an photo of a young woman next… Continue reading

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The Feature Hunt was On

There were several great photo ops within sight of the building, but several of my fellow classmates were already taking photos of students studying next to or upon the grassy green near the unique art thing entitled, I believe, “The Stairway to Nowhere.” Continue reading

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Adobe Photoshop and Me

also discovered that when one uses a Mac Computer in one of the campus computer labs, that the Mac or Mac mouse may or may not work. Fortunately… Continue reading

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Photojournalism Resources and more…

There is always a new or different photo-technique to discover, new photographic equipment to check out, and perhaps an unusual photographic technique that could be helpful in having giving your photo that little bit extra for you to make your photograph positively memorable. Continue reading

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Honest Emotion Rules!!

I began to wonder if there was going to be another protest parade and if so, than that would be rather exciting – Sure enough Bellingham aka “The Land of Subdued Excitement“ was experiencing a march protesting the PONTUS’s desire to remove environmental controls. I quickly parked my car… Continue reading

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