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J309 Week Three 2014

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September 11, 2014

J309 Week Three 2014

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September 11, 2014
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  1. Hi... quiz time! ! 
 Download the Word document here:

    http://bit.ly/1fH47WG 
 e-mail to: pkimbuiUSC@gmail.com
 subject: J309 quiz
  2. Today’s agenda ❖ HTML quiz and review - 20 minutes

    ❖ In the news - 20 minutes ❖ Intro to Photography - 45 mins ❖ Photo BINGO - 20 minutes ❖ Intro to Photoshop - 45 minutes
  3. http://bit.ly/j3092014map Stories along the Gold Line

  4. Our Area: Maravilla Station The rules NO friends NO family

    NO USC
  5. Our Area: Maravilla Station The rules NO friends NO family

    NO USC Let’s take a second to talk about covering communities
  6. Photography 101 
 Photo for non-photographers

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  8. What makes a good photograph?

  9. What makes a good photograph?

  10. What makes a good photograph?

  11. What makes a good photograph? • Conveys information
 > In

    photojournalism, an image conveys essential information
  12. What makes a good photograph? • Conveys information
 > In

    photojournalism, an image conveys essential information • Conveys emotion
 > Invokes an emotional response from the viewer
  13. What makes a good photograph? • Conveys information
 > In

    photojournalism, an image conveys essential information • Conveys emotion
 > Invokes an emotional response from the viewer • Is aesthetically pleasing
 > Through it’s composition, color, focus, angle, lighting and others
  14. What makes a good photograph? • Conveys information
 > In

    photojournalism, an image conveys essential information • Conveys emotion
 > Invokes an emotional response from the viewer • Is aesthetically pleasing
 > Through it’s composition, color, focus, angle, lighting and others • Captures a moment
 > These are not snapshots. These are moments capture with a camera
  15. What makes a good photograph? • Conveys information
 > In

    photojournalism, an image conveys essential information • Conveys emotion
 > Invokes an emotional response from the viewer • Is aesthetically pleasing
 > Through it’s composition, color, focus, angle, lighting and others • Captures a moment
 > These are not snapshots. These are moments capture with a camera • Visualizes the story
 > Either humanizing the subject, bring the viewer to the location, etc.
  16. What makes a good photograph? • Conveys information
 > In

    photojournalism, an image conveys essential information • Conveys emotion
 > Invokes an emotional response from the viewer • Is aesthetically pleasing
 > Through it’s composition, color, focus, angle, lighting and others • Captures a moment
 > These are not snapshots. These are moments capture with a camera • Visualizes the story
 > Either humanizing the subject, bring the viewer to the location, etc. • Is focused
 > Not just in focus, but the image has a point - either alone or in a series.
  17. The camera doesn’t matter.

  18. Rule of Thirds 
 This guide states that an image

    should be imagined as divided into nine equal parts, and that important compositional elements should be placed along these lines or their intersections. “Pictures with the interest in the far third of the image tend to have a more dynamic feel.” -- Richard Derk Source: Mark Harrison
  19. Rule of Thirds 
 This guide states that an image

    should be imagined as divided into nine equal parts, and that important compositional elements should be placed along these lines or their intersections. “Pictures with the interest in the far third of the image tend to have a more dynamic feel.” -- Richard Derk Source: Mark Harrison
  20. Source: Ken Lambert

  21. Source: Ken Lambert

  22. Source: James Nachtwey

  23. Source: James Nachtwey

  24. Source: Aniko Kovacs

  25. Source: Aniko Kovacs

  26. The light matters

  27. Get close. Physically. Source: Luis Sinco

  28. Get close. Physically. Source: Luis Sinco

  29. Get close. Physically. Source: Luis Sinco

  30. Get Down. Or Up. Or Over. Source: The Seattle Times

  31. Get Down. Or Up. Or Over. Source: The Seattle Times

  32. Get Down. Or Up. Or Over. Source: The Seattle Times

  33. Get Down. Or Up. Or Over. Source: The Seattle Times

  34. Get Down. Or Up. Or Over. Source: The Seattle Times

  35. Wide. Close. Medium. Detail Source: Steve Ringman

  36. Source: Alan Berner

  37. Source: Alan Berner

  38. Source: Alan Berner

  39. Source: Alan Berner

  40. Source: Alan Berner

  41. Get as many moments as you can. Source: The Seattle

    Times
  42. Get as many moments as you can. Source: The Seattle

    Times
  43. Get as many moments as you can. Source: The Seattle

    Times
  44. Get as many moments as you can. Source: The Seattle

    Times
  45. Get as many moments as you can. Source: The Seattle

    Times
  46. Get as many moments as you can. Source: The Seattle

    Times
  47. Get as many moments as you can. Source: The Seattle

    Times
  48. Get as many moments as you can. Source: The Seattle

    Times
  49. Get as many moments as you can. Source: The Seattle

    Times
  50. Get as many moments as you can. Source: The Seattle

    Times
  51. Get as many moments as you can. Source: The Seattle

    Times
  52. Get as many moments as you can. Source: The Seattle

    Times
  53. Get as many moments as you can. Source: The Seattle

    Times
  54. Get as many moments as you can. Source: The Seattle

    Times
  55. Get as many moments as you can. Source: The Seattle

    Times
  56. Get as many moments as you can. Source: The Seattle

    Times
  57. ❖ The photos link together to tell me a story.

    The captions help tell that story ❖ Kinds of photos that work ❖ Scene setters ❖ Interaction ❖ Sequence ❖ Portraits ❖ Close, medium, wide What makes a good photo essay?
  58. Photo essays Text Photos: Maya Sugarman/ KPCC

  59. Photo essays Text Photos: Maya Sugarman/ KPCC

  60. Photo essays Text Photos: Maya Sugarman/ KPCC

  61. Photo essays Text Photos: Maya Sugarman/ KPCC

  62. Photo essays Text Photos: Maya Sugarman/ KPCC

  63. Photo essays Text Photos: Maya Sugarman/ KPCC

  64. Photo essays Text Photos: Maya Sugarman/ KPCC

  65. Photo essays Text Photos: Maya Sugarman/ KPCC

  66. Photo essays Text Photos: Maya Sugarman/ KPCC

  67. Photo essays Text Photos: Maya Sugarman/ KPCC

  68. Photo essays Text Photos: Maya Sugarman/ KPCC

  69. Photo essays Text Photos: Maya Sugarman/ KPCC

  70. • Get caption information
 > For each photo, you need

    to report basic information
 • Always ID yourself
 > Let people know you are a working journalists
 • Let them know these might get published
 > You may be adding to their digital foot print, so don’t surprise them with their image on your publication. Don’t forget to...
  71. Download/print: http://bit.ly/photobingo Photo Bingo!

  72. Photoshop Basics

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  90. Know the tools

  91. Know the tools Move tool (v) allows you to select

    and elements.
  92. Know the tools Move tool (v) allows you to select

    and elements. Marquee tools (m) allows you to select elements based on shape.
  93. Know the tools Move tool (v) allows you to select

    and elements. Marquee tools (m) allows you to select elements based on shape. Lasso tools (l) allows you to select elements based on your freehand drawing.
  94. Know the tools Move tool (v) allows you to select

    and elements. Marquee tools (m) allows you to select elements based on shape. Lasso tools (l) allows you to select elements based on your freehand drawing. Crop tool (c) is used to cut out parts of your canvas. It can also resize
  95. Know the tools Move tool (v) allows you to select

    and elements. Marquee tools (m) allows you to select elements based on shape. Lasso tools (l) allows you to select elements based on your freehand drawing. Crop tool (c) is used to cut out parts of your canvas. It can also resize Eye dropper tool (i) is used to select colors from images.
  96. Know the tools Move tool (v) allows you to select

    and elements. Marquee tools (m) allows you to select elements based on shape. Lasso tools (l) allows you to select elements based on your freehand drawing. Crop tool (c) is used to cut out parts of your canvas. It can also resize Eye dropper tool (i) is used to select colors from images. Brush/Pencil tool (b) is used to draw on the image.
  97. Know the tools Move tool (v) allows you to select

    and elements. Marquee tools (m) allows you to select elements based on shape. Lasso tools (l) allows you to select elements based on your freehand drawing. Crop tool (c) is used to cut out parts of your canvas. It can also resize Eye dropper tool (i) is used to select colors from images. Brush/Pencil tool (b) is used to draw on the image. Eraser tool (e) used to remove/erase elements.
  98. Know the tools Move tool (v) allows you to select

    and elements. Marquee tools (m) allows you to select elements based on shape. Lasso tools (l) allows you to select elements based on your freehand drawing. Crop tool (c) is used to cut out parts of your canvas. It can also resize Eye dropper tool (i) is used to select colors from images. Brush/Pencil tool (b) is used to draw on the image. Eraser tool (e) used to remove/erase elements. Type tool (t) used to write text on the document.
  99. Know the tools Move tool (v) allows you to select

    and elements. Marquee tools (m) allows you to select elements based on shape. Lasso tools (l) allows you to select elements based on your freehand drawing. Crop tool (c) is used to cut out parts of your canvas. It can also resize Eye dropper tool (i) is used to select colors from images. Brush/Pencil tool (b) is used to draw on the image. Eraser tool (e) used to remove/erase elements. Type tool (t) used to write text on the document. Hand tool (h) used to grab and move the document inside the window.
  100. Know the tools Move tool (v) allows you to select

    and elements. Marquee tools (m) allows you to select elements based on shape. Lasso tools (l) allows you to select elements based on your freehand drawing. Crop tool (c) is used to cut out parts of your canvas. It can also resize Eye dropper tool (i) is used to select colors from images. Brush/Pencil tool (b) is used to draw on the image. Eraser tool (e) used to remove/erase elements. Type tool (t) used to write text on the document. Selected colors display what selected the foreground and background colors are. Hand tool (h) used to grab and move the document inside the window.
  101. Resize an image Step 1 Step 2

  102. Save for the Web Step 1

  103. Save for the Web Step 2 - JPG Controls preview

    File quality = file size Preview of file size and load time
  104. Step 2 - GIF Controls preview Colors = quality =

    file size Preview of file size and load time Preview of number of colors Make background transparent
  105. Resources ❖Step-by-step video on the basics, with a British accent


    http://www.multimediatrainingvideos.com/photoshop/ ❖McAdams: Learn how to crop, tone and optimize photos
 http://mindymcadams.com/tojou/2009/rgmp-8-learn-how- to-crop-tone-and-optimize-photos/ ❖Training videos from Lynda.com
 http://www.usc.edu/its/lynda ❖Gimp: A free alternative to Adobe Photoshop
 http://www.gimp.org/ ❖Other alternatives:
 https://www.photoshop.com/ http://www.picresize.com
  106. Part 1: Go to the neighborhood and collect at least

    10 photos from the bingo card. Edit the photos in Photoshop. Upload your photos (with captions!!!), create an album, and post a link in comments of the Week 3 post. Part 2: Plus a 3 to 5 shot photo essay of something else in the neighborhood. ASSIGNMENT: Photo Scavenger Hunt Deadline: Wednesday, Sept. 17 by Noon
  107. http://bit.ly/j3092014map Stories along the Gold Line

  108. Our Area: Maravilla Station The rules NO friends NO family

    NO USC
  109. As you explore the neighborhood, look for a topic/theme/beat you

    want to cover the rest of this semester. It should be accessible, rich journalistically and with multimedia opportunities. Send me THREE ideas, in order of preference. ASSIGNMENT: Start thinking about beat pitches Deadline: Friday, Sept. 19 5 PM