Read Chapter 4: Documentation: Objects and Events 1839-1890 (page 155-207) and r

Read Chapter 4: Documentation: Objects and Events 1839-1890 (page 155-207) and respond to the questions below in full sentences.
Define documentary( photography).
How did documentation based on photographs reach the public ? ( Before the half-tone process)
How did the camera documentation in North America differ from that of Europe?
What were some of the problems with capturing “Instantaneous” views?
Describe the photographic documentation of war photographers in the U.S working in the collodion era.
Select your favorite image from the PowerPoint or Chapter. Please include the image, title, photographer, process and date in your Word Document. Answer the following questions in regards to your selection in paragraph format. What interests you about this image?
– What is the significance of this image to the world of photography?
– What is the subject matter of the image, how was this image made?
-Critique the image- What are the strengths of the image? What are the weaknesses?
-What is the emotive content of this image? How do you respond to it as a viewer?

Perform research on the photographer/artist and the ideas, themes, and processes

Perform research on the photographer/artist and the ideas, themes, and processes in the work.
Plan to analyze
The significance of the opening image and the closing image
Select a sequence of three images, and speak about why their relationship to each other makes sense in formal and conceptual terms, and how it advances the themes of the book.
I am looking to have this in a PowerPoint form, here is the link to the book: https://www.joelmeyerowitz.com/cape-light

Eight pages minimum, Times New Roman, twelve point, double-spaced Once your topi

Eight pages minimum, Times New Roman, twelve point, double-spaced
Once your topic is determined, build up your outlines. Add many more details to your outlines and have a thesis statement.
Begin with a list of questions that you would like to explore and answer for yourself. What are the issues related to your topic? What are the crucial aspects of your topic? What is the highlight of the career of the artist or the artist’s contribution to a genre or to photography or to society? What photographic processes were employed? Do you discern a development of the artist’s career or an evolution of the form?
Your paper should include an introduction and a conclusion. It should analyze and discuss at least five images. Attach the images to the paper and include a bibliography. Cite references in footnotes. Plagiarism is forbidden, and will be detected. Plagiarism will result in a failing grade for the course

1. Go online and explore a variety of subjects and photographic styles and gen

1. Go online and explore a variety of subjects and photographic
styles and genres including historical, contemporary, commercial, and fine art.
Create two concise sentences for each genre/style listed that you examine: one
that succinctly captures the main idea behind the style and one that expresses
how you feel about the style or what you like/dislike about it.
2. What different types of photographic media (e.g., sports,
fashion, etc.) exist? Identify and describe at least five different types of
photographic media, providing an example of where or in what context you might
see this type of photographic media in the world.
3. As with most art forms, photography includes a wide range of
styles. Identify, compare, and contrast at least three major styles of photography
and explain their distinguishing characteristics.
4. Jiwoo is a professional photographer. Identify and describe a
photography scenario where Jiwoo would need to consider the ethics and aesthetics
of photography before proceeding. Clearly examine what ethical and aesthetic
consideration she would have based on the scenario that you describe and how
these relate to photography as a career or art form in general.
5. Raoul works with a food stylist and together they are working on
a shoot for a fast-food burger establishment. His food stylist just called to
let Raoul know they can’t make it and he has no one to use as a back-up. Raoul
will have to rely on his own creativity to make the burger, fries, and
milkshake look perfect. He is going to send his assistant out to get whatever
supplies he needs to do this. Create a list of items that Raoul could use to
make sure that the food looks amazing in terms of color, texture, and all other
aesthetics (e.g., paint? glue?). Write several sentences explaining your plan
of action.

Overview: This assignment will allow you to shoot an image using Camera RAW that

Overview:
This assignment will allow you to shoot an image using Camera RAW that embodies the concept of TIME, FUTURE or PAST and process the image using the Basic tab in Adobe Camera RAW.
Shoot this image during the day under average lighting conditions. When shooting your image, incorporate something you love into the image and remember to use solid compositional techniques. This image should be interesting to look at!
You will upload a single file containing all three images–an unedited version, a version where you create custom edits and an edit where you use the Auto tab. You may submit your RAW adjustment information by taking a screen shot of each edit panel and combining them, submitting a screen shot of each edit panel or transcribe the information and type it in.
Instructions:
Set your camera file type to shoot in RAW
Shoot an image using Camera RAW as the image quality that embodies the idea of TIME, FUTURE or PAST
I’ve included an example of an image that represents the idea of PAST to me
Watch the instructional video showing how to complete the assignment
Open your image in Adobe Camera RAW
Perform no edits
Open in Photoshop
File>Save As>Save as a jpg
Open the RAW file back up in Adobe Camera RAW
Perform custom edits in the Basic tab
note the adjustment settings (Exposure numbers, etc)
Open in Photoshop
File>Save As>Save as a jpg with a different name than your first image
Open the RAW file in Adobe Camera RAW
Click the Auto tab
note the adjustment numbers
Open in Photoshop
File>Save As>Save as a jpg with a different name than your first or second image
Combine all three images together on one canvas and label each image using the TEXT tool in Photoshop
Include information about your exposure (ISO, aperture, shutter speed, lens focal length–this can be found in the Camera RAW Basic dialog box right under the histogram)
Submit either screen shots of your RAW adjustment numbers, a combined image of all three screen shots or transcribe them and submit the info in the text box
Include Edit information and numbers in your submission
You may include typed information or a screen shot of the Basic edit information (like I’ve included in the example)
Submit a short reflection (about 100-150 words) indicating the following:
What compositional tool (rule of thirds, golden ratio, frame within a frame, etc.) is being used? How?
What elements and principles of design (symmetrical balance, line, shape, etc.) are used?
What photographic construct (depth of field, motion) is used and how?
include in your reflection how the custom edits differ from the Auto edits and which you feel is the best representation of the image and why

Overview: This assignment will allow you to shoot an image using Camera RAW that

Overview:
This assignment will allow you to shoot an image using Camera RAW that embodies the concept of TIME, FUTURE or PAST and process the image using the Basic tab in Adobe Camera RAW.
Shoot this image during the day under average lighting conditions. When shooting your image, incorporate something you love into the image and remember to use solid compositional techniques. This image should be interesting to look at!
You will upload a single file containing all three images–an unedited version, a version where you create custom edits and an edit where you use the Auto tab. You may submit your RAW adjustment information by taking a screen shot of each edit panel and combining them, submitting a screen shot of each edit panel or transcribe the information and type it in.
Instructions:
Set your camera file type to shoot in RAW
Shoot an image using Camera RAW as the image quality that embodies the idea of TIME, FUTURE or PAST
I’ve included an example of an image that represents the idea of PAST to me
Watch the instructional video showing how to complete the assignment
Open your image in Adobe Camera RAW
Perform no edits
Open in Photoshop
File>Save As>Save as a jpg
Open the RAW file back up in Adobe Camera RAW
Perform custom edits in the Basic tab
note the adjustment settings (Exposure numbers, etc)
Open in Photoshop
File>Save As>Save as a jpg with a different name than your first image
Open the RAW file in Adobe Camera RAW
Click the Auto tab
note the adjustment numbers
Open in Photoshop
File>Save As>Save as a jpg with a different name than your first or second image
Combine all three images together on one canvas and label each image using the TEXT tool in Photoshop
Include information about your exposure (ISO, aperture, shutter speed, lens focal length–this can be found in the Camera RAW Basic dialog box right under the histogram)
Submit either screen shots of your RAW adjustment numbers, a combined image of all three screen shots or transcribe them and submit the info in the text box
Include Edit information and numbers in your submission
You may include typed information or a screen shot of the Basic edit information (like I’ve included in the example)
Submit a short reflection (about 100-150 words) indicating the following:
What compositional tool (rule of thirds, golden ratio, frame within a frame, etc.) is being used? How?
What elements and principles of design (symmetrical balance, line, shape, etc.) are used?
What photographic construct (depth of field, motion) is used and how?
include in your reflection how the custom edits differ from the Auto edits and which you feel is the best representation of the image and why