What is pop art? art based on modern popular culture and the mass media, especially as a critical or ironic comment on traditional fine art values.
Why is this artist’s work considered Pop Art? Andy Warhols work is considered pop art because he uses light colors and they come out to other people.
Describe some of this artists work? Andy Warhols work is very bright, and he uses famous people to make his art stand out.
Why did you pick this artist and why do you like his/her work? I picked Andy Warhols because his pop art stood out to me and i liked the different varieties of famous people he used and the color
sometimes it always has to be you.
- Explain the main differences between a raw and jpeg file.
Size: RAW files are significantly bigger than JPEG (and any other) image file formats.
Data: Whereas JPEGs discard data in order to create a smaller file size, RAW files preserve all of that data.
Processing: Unlike a RAW file, a JPEG is a processed version of an image. A JPEG image always starts out as a RAW file, but then undergoes various modifications, often including compression, sharpening, increased saturation, and increased contrast.
Quality: JPEG files are more convenient and practical for everyday use due to their smaller file size and wider compatibility, but RAW files offer superior image quality and more post-processing flexibility.
2. Which file is bigger RAW or Jpeg? RAW files are bigger than Jpeg files.
3. Can you change a Raw file to a Jpeg, once your photos are the computer? How?
Start the software and open your RAW image.
Choose one of the editing modes that suits your needs: Standard, Portrait, Landscape, Automatic or some other.
Now you can start working magic on your photo. PhotoWorks is not just a simple picture editor but a powerful image enhancer that lets you make your pictures perfect in a click. For example, the smart auto correction will find all the flaws like overexposure, lack of contrast, incorrect ISO balance and fix them right away.
4. If you were shooting an important event would you shoot it RAW or Jpeg? Explain. I would shoot Jpeg because I have more experience with Jpeg than RAW.
- I would like to do videography
2. some responsibilities are
- Filming video on set and on location.
- Working with creative teams and clients to plan video shoots.
- Setting up and taking down cameras, microphones, lighting, props and other equipment.
- Editing footage after recording.
3. the salary of a videographer is $59,185 to $89,397
4. one thing that interests me is that I get to produce things that people would enjoy to watch and play
5. some skills are
- Manual dexterity, physical mobility, and some physical strength/stamina.
- Bravery to get the camera shot in risky situations.
- Creativity and attention to detail.
- Ability to work under deadline pressure.
- Organization to manage their time efficiently.
One catch phrase that people use is “ya’ll”.
I would like to go here again for the baseball experience and for how green the state is.
On a high level, Lightroom is the best tool to manage and process the thousands of photos that live on your devices. Retouching Images
Lightroom is specifically built to efficiently handle a professional photographer’s workflow, from photo management to finishing touches. Retouching Images
Lightroom is specifically built to efficiently handle a professional photographer’s workflow, from photo management to finishing touches. Adding More Than One Photo to a Single Project
Photoshop specializes in greater control to achieve more expansive edits that will help you make a few images look flawless.
Photoshop ventures into image manipulation, creation, and enhancement.
Photoshop is the best choice for images where you want pixel-level perfection.
I think the pictures came out good, but I could make the pictures even better and make the editing even better. I need to work on the way I take my pictures to make them even better.
- 1. Alter your perspective
- 2. Play with eye contact
- 3. Use the rules of portrait composition, then break them
- 4. Experiment with lighting
- 5. Move your subject out of their comfort zone
- 6. Shoot candidly
- 7. Introduce a prop
- 8. Focus on one body part (and get close up!)
- 9. get a good shutter speed
- 10. Take pictures from different angles