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  • Action and Motion Paragraph

    Capturing movement in images is something that many photographers only think to do when they are photographing sports or other fast moving subjects. I learned that freezing motion is used when the motion is obvious. For example when a pitcher is pitching a baseball the motion of the arm is obvious. We use freezing method […]

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  • File Formats

    JPEG files are compressed quickly in the camera, and thus result in a loss of detail and quality. TIFF file formats are usually uncompressed, and as a result offer the opportunity for extensive post-processing. RAW files are compressed using a process that retains all of the information originally captured. DNG uses a different proprietary format […]

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  • Surrealist

    This surrealist photograph is from Salvator Dali. I found it interesting because I had never seen a photo like this. I liked the way Dali put a trumpet in the face of an elephant. To what I understand he is trying to say that the noise of an elephant is similar to that of a trumpet. It also seems that the elephants are playing because the clouds are musical notes. I really like the work he did because the photo has a lot of color, you can express everything that is in the image, but you can easily see that the elephants are the most important part of the photo.