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    Tyra Banks And Body Image

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    Her most notable protest was her cover of Glamour magazine, she called out the magazine at their own Women of Year award show, during her acceptance speech. “I felt my skin looked too perfect. I felt my hair looked too soft. I do not look like this when I wake up in the morning,” Gaga explained to the crowd. She rallied for women to “fight back against the forces that make them feel like they're not beautiful.” “It is fair to write about the change in your magazines. But what I want to see is the change on your covers... When the covers change, that's when culture changes,” she chided (Stempien). Actress Zendaya also frequently uses her voice on social media to speak out against photo manipulation. She took to Instagram to point out the changes, the photos show that her entire body has been slimmed down and smoothed out. “Had a new shoot come out today and was shocked when I found my 19-year-old hips and torso quite manipulated. These are the things that make women self-conscious, that create the unrealistic ideals of beauty that we have,” she wrote in her post. “Anyone who knows who I am knows I stand for honest and pure self-love. So I took it upon myself to release the real pic (right side) and I love it” (Stempien). These are only a few of the many social figures that are taking a stance against the vicious cycle of poor body image. The more TV personalities, models, and singers use their voice the faster the truth behind…

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    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 and to some extremity, eating disorders. Having low self-esteem caused by photoshop, makes girls feel like they have to achieve the ideal body that the picture portrays. Along…

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    3.1. Findings Photo Manipulations 3.1.1 Photo manipulation is used in western media to attract viewers and increase their ratings. Editors use photoshop and many other editing programs to make the picture seem perfect. 3.1.2 The singer Meghan Trainor has had her video edited without her consent. Her figure was modified to look slimmer than the singer actually is. Trainor took down the video down until the video showed her actual figure. This act insulting and rude according to Trainor. This was…

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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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    Final Reflection Report

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    The assignment prompt is to explore one big moment in my life in depth. I didn’t struggled a lot on finding the topic but I had hard time on developing a good narrative. In high school, I tried to avoid every narrative-related stories as I am not good at describing and expressing my own feeling and experience. This assignment was a detailed version of my photo essay. The TA feedback from the photo essay guided me to explore extra areas in my scout experience. Despite no peer reviews,…

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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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    Cartier-Bresson also traveled the world and at the very least attempted to experience all these different cultures, and that is something that I desire to do one day as well. Lastly, what I think appealed to me the most was his technique and his images, as Cartier-Bresson managed to master the art of blending in, and by doing so took some astonishing photos that all broadcasts real emotion, and otherwise would go unnoticed. It can make one think about what other beautiful moments that pass one…

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    He was imprisoned for three years until 1943 (Scharf). Afterwards he works to free prisoners and escapees from imprisonment. In 1946 Cartier-Bresson begins his work as a professional photographer. He began by taking portraits of famous writers and artists (“Biography”). In 1947 he started a photography agency named “Magnum Photos” along with Robert Capa and a few other photographers. In 1948 Cartier-Bresson travels to India for three years in order to document the death of Gandhi (“Henri”). He…

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    This movie starts by introducing Claireece “Precious” Jones, a very miserable 16 year old living in urban Harlem who fantasizes about being “normal”. Her mother, Mary played by Mo’Nique, has a daily routine of watching TV, smoking cigarettes and cruelly oppressing her daughter by treating her like a slave, telling Precious that she wishes she would have abort her, and repeatedly telling her that she is nothing. The psychological abuse and manipulation is only underlying to the physical and…

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    Bully by Patricia Polacco, is centered on the lives of two friends named Lyla and Jamie and Gage the mean popular girl who taunts them. Lyla and Jamie both meet on the first day of school and immediately hit it off. Then Lyla makes the cheerleading squad and things begin to suddenly change. The most popular girl in her grade then invites Lyla, to join her clique. Overnight, Lyla is popular and now belongs to the group everyone wishes to belong to. Lyla begins to realize, these so called new…

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