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    Final Reflection Report

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    opportunities to write three short essay, including Narrative, Evaluation, and Proposal and Research in the past three months which were very challenging to me due to my limited experience on writing these kind of article. Also, I studied elementary school and high school in Hong Kong, I found it difficult to have the sense on recognizing grammatical and linguistic mistake in my essay. Through reading other classmates’ work, it allowed me…

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    Photo Identification Essay

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    Whenever you go to the bank or buy a plane ticket you have to show some sort of photo identification. With advance technology it is a lot easier to take someone’s identity and use it to their benefit. The government has worked on utilizing ids on anything that deals with the state. It has expanded all the way to having some form of identification when voting in the elections. In the past people did not need any form of identification to vote. It is stated in the 15th Amendment of the US…

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    Photo Editing Essay

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    is no longer what it was or should be” (Webster) view on body image for both men and women. Media uses tools such as Photoshop to change the model into a so-called perfect human form, which is usually unnatural and unachievable by the average person. Eating disorders, and low self-esteem seem to be a side effect of this. Media should not be so quick to change the human form because doing so is having a negative effect on both men and women’s mental state. Medias most well know tool is photo…

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    Visualizing A Photo Essay

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    Unless it was an extremely private moment, you had to dig past the memory of a photograph in your head in order to find a memory. That is because photographs do a great portion of our remembering for us, which is both good and bad. A photo can mean an endless amount of completely unique things to any individual. Whenever I think of a photograph, depending on what is pictured, I could have a memory of an event that took place in my life come to mind, possibly wonder about the feelings of those…

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    Photo Booth Analysis

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    The moment that my father invested into a photo booth was the moment that I would begin to develop the skill of hard work. This skill would in time lead me to become a better person. Up until 2013, only occasionally would my guardian require my assistance with his work. I could either carry bags in or out of the house or support him in setting up. When my father bought a photo booth in 2013, that simple work that I did periodically would increase dramatically. I was not an experienced worker at…

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    Industrial Revolution Photo I’m analyzing a primary source photo of the Industrial Revolution. The photo is in black and white. The picture is centered on one person with a blurred background. I will scrutinize the people, objects, and activities in the photo. To begin, I will analyze the people in the photograph. There is one male estimated to be about fifteen to seventeen years old. He’s wearing a hat and overalls. Also, his face is very dirty and smudged as are his overalls. Lastly, his…

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    Recently, states have been passing laws that require citizens to provide valid photo identification when a person is going to cast a vote. There have been several debates about this issue and many have argued that there should be no need to provide such identification. Several people believe that voter turnout will decrease with the new laws and cause more harm than good. However, photo identification laws are a necessity because the identification is versatile, the laws prevent illegal…

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    Holocaust Photo Project: When you look at photos like this, you almost don't realize what is slowly happening. Kids are laughing and playing the same as you and me would, until that switch clicks and people realize something is terribly wrong. People laugh, they talk, they have fun things you would never expect to happen right before an international tragedy. But the sad truth is the warning signs are often too far and too few in between for people to notice. I picked this picture because it…

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    briefly mentioned in the course text book, Photo Sequence of Racehorse (1884-1885) created by Eadweard Muybridge is the second work deserving enough to be preserved at all costs. Edgar Degas’ paintings of racehorses were inspired by Muybridge’s experiments with stop-action photography. Degas was able to examine the anatomy and movement of a racehorse through the photographs taken by Muybridge. It wasn’t just artists influenced by Muybridge’s photo experiments. The world of art, science,…

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    suggests is that the 4 kids in the piece are trying to escape or they want to see what is on the other side of the wall. g. Discuss Materials and Techniques: What materials were used to create this piece? What techniques were used? Has the subject matter or theme been enhanced through the use of this technique? Why or why not? The materials the cartier- bresson has used in this photograph is lighting which is shown on the wall, as it gets darker. The techniques that cartier- bresson is that he…

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