do. Throughout the world there exists many ways of communicating with one another but one of the most popular and successful today is the multimedia and entertainment industry, with this photojournalism. With the rapid advances in technology, a TV, computer, or a magazine are more accessible than ever before. News and entertainment are available at the touch of a finger and sometimes that isn’t as healthy as it sounds. Photography today is now a key tool seen as a form of expression, an art, or
Photography in itself, is a means of communication, it can be used in a variety of ways in order to narrate the world around us [Campbell, D (2010)]. As a species, humanity itself has proven to be visual beings, creating pictures across a variety of mediums in order to express ourselves and represent what is happening in the world around us. Images, whether they be paintings, drawings, or photographs, have played and continue to play a very important part in our society, as everyone is able to understand
“Breaking news just in……….” this is just one of the everyday things in the hectic world of journalism. People often downplay the significance of this huge task. Journalism allows people to know everything happening all around the world. It also allows questions that would otherwise be awkward to ask to be answered. It offers informative facts and often the whole truth to everyone out there. Without journalism the government would probably be in control of everything and fellow citizens would ignorant
an photographer will not only be my ardor but the craving for beautiful, tragic, unspoken frames. each positioning will be personally, things I would love to discover and be apart of one day. Photojournalist attaches there strings to be the visual storyteller. by not only hypnotizing the viewers with a photograph that comes to motion but a caption that takes the story, that is told, come to life.
create an effective product or offer a service that is valued in a culture; - A set of skills that make it possible for a person to solve problems in life; - The potential for finding or creating solutions for problems, which involves gathering new knowledge. An educational system based on national standards and efficient, relatively cheap, universal multiple choice testing is central to the traditional concept of intelligence. In practice a student's score on an I.Q.2 test or WISC3 ranks