Visual Storytelling with Photography

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Visual Storytelling with Photography REGISTER NOW back to top Visual Storytelling With Photography As digital media becomes more visually oriented, having the expertise and understanding of how to engage audiences through visual media becomes more important. Whether you’re a budding photographer, artist, videographer, or visual communications professional, being skilled in communicating messages, emotions, narratives and…

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Copyright & Use Glossary

As you gather media assets like images, videos, sound effects or music for your project, it’s important to understand the rules and regulations for use of material that is not your own. This glossary is a guide to help you understand the basic terminology of copyright and use. Copyright: The exclusive legal right, given to…

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How to Convince Your Employer to Fund Your Training

Justify your continuing education to your supervisor, and gain funding (or reimbursement) for skill-building courses.  Acquiring knowledge and honing your skills can be important as you try to grow your career, change jobs, or gain a competitive edge in your industry. Continuing education can make a huge difference as you explore where you want your…

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How To Take Pictures With The Canon Rebel T3i Camera

Taking Pictures with the Canon Rebel T3i Camera In February 2011, Canon released a new version of its Ti-series cameras called T3i. In some parts of the world, this camera uses the model number Canon 600D (or EOS Kiss X5 in Japan). All these versions of the camera are identical. This workhorse of a camera…

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Free Stock Photos Resources

Free stock photos Resources for free stock photographs Unsplash Unsplash serves up 10 new “do whatever you want” photos every 10 days. With pages upon pages to choose from, you won’t run into any cheesy, “Smiling Boss Shaking Hands With Male Employee” shots. Not to mention, every photo published on Unsplash is licensed under Creative…

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iPhoto

Tutorial: iPhoto By Len De Groot Introduction A good photo workflow can save you time and help you be more efficient. If you work at a large organization, chances are you use a combination of Photoshop and an archive system. But for those of you who don’t, Apple’s iPhoto may be a solution. File photos…

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Photo Cameras

Photography has always been a crucial part of telling stories. Since the earliest cameras were invented, photographs have been used to document events and depict moments in time in ways that words often cannot. But through the years, photography has advanced technologically allowing journalists more capability to take better pictures more quickly and more efficiently. This…

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Digital Still Cameras

Tutorial: Digital Still Cameras By Paul Grabowicz, Scot Hacker, Mimi Chakarova, Jeremy Rue Introduction This tutorial covers principles of digital photography in general, but refers to these digital still Canon cameras as examples: PowerShot G1, G5, Pro1, Rebel XT If you have a different camera, you’ll find that the same functionality is present on your…

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Photoshop

By Jeremy Rue & Richard Koci Hernandez Originally published on newmedia.report Introduction Adobe Photoshop is the industry standard tool for working with digital images of any kind. Images may originate from a digital camera, from scans, from stock photo libraries, from existing web-ready artwork, or even graphics that are created purely in Photoshop. Photoshop has…

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