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Assignment No.7 and 8 (Midterm): Audio/Photo Story

 

 

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This was my midterm. This was a story about Jay Pearson,41, who is an avid sports fan, but is also diagnosed as mentally challenged with autistic characteristics. It was truly a joy to do this story.

Assignment No.4: Event

For this assignment I had to go to an event and cover it via photography. Naturally I chose a sporting event and not surprisingly I chose baseball—my favorite sport. I felt like I did a tremendous job with this assignment.

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Assignment No.3: Portraits

Pam and Gene Leeth pose for a photo at their customary table inside Flyers Pizza & Subs, located in West Jefferson, Ohio. The Leeth’s are such frequent customers of the restaurant that the table is always reserved for them; a gesture not done for any other customers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THAT’S ME. I started playing golf about four or five years ago and I absolutely love it. I can’t get enough of it.


Assignment No.2: Feature Photos

Hubert Moore plays the mandolin for guests at his 80th birthday party in West Jefferson, Ohio. Moore began playing the mandolin about 10 years ago, because it was something to do.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ben Hofer, 11, and Michael Raimondi, 12, enjoy a beautiful Sunday at The Homstead park in Hilliard, Ohio fishing with Hofer’s father and younger brother.

 

 

 

 

 

Dave Jones and Ed McGowan landscaping around a tree between Bricker and Derby Hall on the Ohio State University campus in Columbus, Ohio.


Assignment No.1: Creative Devices

Photo No.1

 

 

I took this photo in West Jefferson, Ohio on Route 40. I stood on the sidewalk and panned to capture the white truck moving at about 35 MPH. The intended creative device was “Panning.”

 

 

 

 

Photo No.2

 

 

I took this photo at Flyers Pizza in West Jefferson, Ohio. I stopped there to eat and noticed two women standing by a car having a conversation. I noticed how the rain made the blacktop glossy and displayed the women’s reflection along with the car. The intended creative device was “Reflection.”

 

 

 

 

Photo No.3

 

 

I took this photo at Tuttle Mall in Hilliard, Ohio. This is a picture of the kid’s play area on the first floor. The mall has two floors and I went up to the second floor and took an overhead shot of the kids playing on a rocket ship. The intended creative device was “Unusual Perspective.”

 

 

 

 

Photo No.4

 

 

I took this photo at Tuttle Mall in Hilliard, Ohio. I was sitting on a bench and happened to notice a woman standing next to me talking on a cell phone while leaning on a railing. I liked how the railing acted as a visual line to draw your attention to the woman talking on the phone. I tried to capture that aspect in the photo. The intended creative device was “Diagonal Lines.”

 

 

 

 

Photo No.5

 

 

I took this photo at Tuttle Mall in Hilliard, Ohio. I was sitting on a bench on the second-floor that overlooked this coffee stand. I initially noticed how much brown/tan there was. When the customer in the purple shirt came up to place an order, I thought it created an interesting dynamic to the scene considering the lack of color in and around the coffee stand. The intended creative device was “Introducing Color into a Monochromatic Scene.”

 

 

 

Bonus Photo

 

 

This photo does not involve people, but I thought it was a good picture. I took this while sitting in the food court at Tuttle Mall. There was a plant in front of me and I zoomed in and snapped a shot of it. The intended creative device was “Details.”