Today’s photographers work almost exclusively with digital images. They find work in advertising, fashion, wedding, documentary, newspapers and magazines, and event photography. Photographers need technical skills for configuring equipment, marketing skills, and editing skills, among others. Editing skills include ability to process and edit digital images in a host of ways which we will examine in our exploration of Adobe Photoshop, the industry-standard tool for photo editing. In 2015, the projected growth in the field of photography as 4 percent, slower than the average of all occupations. This is certainly tied to how digital photography provides the layperson very advanced photography tools.
This is a two-part assignment.
Your participation is worth 1.5 points of your total class point score, 1 point for your original post and .5 points for your response
Include a one-sentence description of the photo. Write two or more sentences based on the assignment 02 requirements answering the following questions; Does the photo you examined contains all the required elements, do the photographs contain good lighting, color balance, clarity, minimum noise, and does the photograph tell a clear story?
Class 03: Part 2- Watch the video and answer the questions below the video.
Which areas within the field of photography does Tom Schierlitz specialize?
Summarize Tom's philosophy on being successful in photography?
Tom discusses meeting three people that trust you way more than they should. Describe the importance of "networking" in any business, and provide one link to a local photography special interest group that may be useful in your career.
Class 04: Follow-up with a post of two or more sentences, responding to of one of your classmates posts, specifically related to the video:
Examine the link provided by your classmate and comment on the information on the site.
Comments need to address the usefulness of the site in building a network of connections within the field of digital media. AND/OR
Compare it to other resources you have used to create a community within your field of interest.
Can't change a rubric once you've started using it.