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    Case Study: SB Photography

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    overall profits should equal out through the year. There are multiple inputs that are required in this line of business. First of all, a camera is needed to capture the images. I have purchased a Canon Rebel T6 DLSR camera, which is approximately $600. This camera package includes two lenses, one which is an 18 to 35 millimeter lens and the other is a 75 to 300 millimeter lens. Along with the camera and two starter lenses, SD cards must be purchased for the shoots. A 32 gigabyte SD card will cost $13 and that card will hold about 1,000 images each. I will use approximately two cards a month. I must also purchase an external hard drive to hold all the images. A 2 terabyte hard drive will cost $85. Another input needed is Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom. These programs cost $9.99 a month and will allow me to adjust and correct the images for clients. I can edit them with these programs as well. Another input is flash drives to give to clients with their images on them. I will use around ten flash drives a month at $6 apiece. Plus I will have to make three prints for each client, which will total around $5 for all three prints. These prints will total around $50. One time inputs will total around $685 and the monthly input charges will roughly be $145 plus fuel for going to different locations for the shoots. When adding up all the inputs and comparing them to the outputs, it equals a profitable business. To pay off the fixed expenses of $685, I will have to do three,…

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    visual form of showcasing correspondence that utilizes a transparently supported, and promote or sell a product, service or idea. For example, about the beauty standards, many magazines everyday produce images of impossible beauty; for this reason, many people suffer from poor body images, or trying hard on diet progress to get the fitness for their bodies. However, about the beauty advertisement, have you ever looked at a magazine or an advertisement on TV and thought, “I wish I could be slim…

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    It’s not real. It’s artificial. Photoshop has an ever lasting effect, they’re what stays in a person’s mind, real or not. A fake image that influences what we call “beauty”. A society that’s exposed to the many advertisements that uses manipulative body images to sell yet they’re unreal. Many people don’t even notice what’s real and what’s artificial in these photos. Photoshop shouldn’t be argued if it is good or bad since it results in people suffering from low self-esteem, poor body images…

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    FBI And CIA Similarities

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    What's the difference between the FBI and CIA? What makes FBI and CIA different and similar from each other? they have resemblances and deviations, but these characteristics are very important for both of them. Many people in the U.S. do not perceive what contrasts and what's equivalent between the FBI and CIA. Information from FBI.gov and CIA.gov, one of the differences linking the two is that the CIA was founded in September 18, 1947, but the FBI was originated in July 26, 1908. These…

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    Amy, Amy, Amy. Adobe Photoshop, Amy Winehouse portrait. To make this Pop art inspired artwork, I simply used a picture of Amy Winehouse and manipulated it on Adobe Photoshop to make it look similar to the Marilyn Monroe pop art by Andy Warhol. The source of my inspiration was the Pop Art movement, more specifically Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe and Campbell’s soup repetitive pop art. The reason why this movement inspired me to do my artwork is because I like it. It is very pronounced and…

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    Photoshop Research Paper

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    Has Photoshop Gone Too Far In today’s society is becoming laborious to be confident with your body image. It seems as if everywhere you turn, there is another seemingly flawless model or celebrity posted on a billboard, magazine ad, or even social media. A model might look like they have perfect skin, hair, and body structure, but when the original photo is revealed, there true self, along with all her flaws, are also revealed. Kate Winslet once said in an interview that GQ magazine altered…

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    Adobe Company Case Study

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    Adobe ********************************************************************************* About Adobe Adobe is an American computer software company. It began its operations in 1982 and has since spread across the globe. The company’s focus is on multimedia and creativity software, with its most famous product being the image editing software, Photoshop. The majority of Adobe employees still operate in the US, in San Jose where the corporate headquarters are located. Yet, the company’s products…

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    Advertisements in modern media strive towards not only selling a product, but making it emotionally appealing to the audience as a means to attach the product with desire. This longstanding tactic has been used by big companies, like Apple, to sell medicore products. Advertisement directors have taken notice that smartphones have created this utopia effect on millennials - creating a bubble of comfort in a portal metal box that tells them whatever they want, whenever they want. It creates a cave…

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    I became vaguely familiar with DSLR cameras, Adobe Photoshop, Indesign, and Illustrator making books, calendars, flyers, and logos for local schools. I was doing everything I wanted to do learning things I was interested in. When I applied to colleges I Applied to SUNY schools that had Graphic Design Majors and ended up going to Alfred State College as a Digital media and animation major. I was told that we would explore the world of 2D and 3D animation along with areas of graphic design,…

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    Wellness Center Reflection

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    to happen in the way I was hoping for. I was given an opportunity to work on a major project during the Spring Quarter. On April 2015, Student Health & Counseling Services was working on a submission for the “Healthy Campus Award” . This award is sponsored by Active Minds, an organization that helps promote mental health awareness. For the Phase II Submission process, the committee chose to go with the option of submitting a student-made video depicting how the campus works to promote mental…

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