Photography Timeline

I found cameras obscuras from the 17th century important because that’s what started it all. Without them creating that we wouldn’t have the cameras we have today. I also found Mathew Brady’s pictures entertaining because it captures moments of the civil war and show that they were going through. It helps you imagine more of what happened during the civil war. Also, in 1889 when the kodak camera was improved with rolls. I remember seeing movies and seeing them use rolls for pictures. I had an old camera when I was younger that had roll. In 1907 they shot the first film with color which is very important because now all the movies involve color.

I think in 1909 when they took pictures of kids working as important because people were able to see the work they were out through and were able to stop it. The Nikon cameras in 1907 is very important because to this day they are still being used and are a big brand of cameras. In year 2000 the first phone with a camera came out and it has been a big thing to this day and people still use them every day to capture their own pictures.


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Photography Career Tree

I would be interested in being a video editor because I’ve always liked the process of editing videos.  Some job responsibilities are reviewing raw footage to create a shot decision based on scenes. It is $31.70 an hour in Los Angeles.  You get to create videos with transitions, visual effects, and control the video. Some education skills are creativity, visual skills, communication. and organization.

Digital Camera Modes

Automatic Mode tells your camera to use its shutter speed, aperture, ISO, white balance, focus and flash to take the best picture that it can.

Portrait mode is when you switch to portrait mode on your camera, and it will automatically select a large aperture which helps to keep your background out of focus.

Macro mode is what helps you get closer to your picture to get a close up of your shot.

Landscape mode is to capture shots of wide scenes.

Sports mode is capturing a moving object. It freezes the action by increasing the shutter speed.

Night mode is for shooting in low light situations and makes your camera use a longer shutter speed to help capture details of the background.

Movie mode extends your camera from only capturing still images to capturing moving images.

Aperture Priority Mode is where you choose the aperture and where your camera chooses the other settings.

Shutter Priority Mode is the mode where you select a shutter speed, and the camera then chooses all of the other settings.

Program mode is like auto mode but gives you a little more control over more features.

Manual mode allows you to have full control over your camera. It lets you set up your picture however you want.



National Geographic 839

This is my favorite because it shows the chimpanzees all together while the lady in the back is smiling and studying them.

National Geographic 842

I like this picture because it looks like a castle, and I’ve always found castles interesting to look at because of the way their built. I can see it’s a private castle because it is in the middle of the water.

National Geographic 846 I like this picture because she’s smiling in the water.

I like being in the water too and it always makes me have fun, so this picture reminds me of my love for the water too,

Top 100 Photos

Starving Child And Vulture, Kevin Carter, 1993 I chose this picture because it shows the struggle he is going through. The toddler collapsed on his way to the feeding center. Carter the photographer had reportedly been advised not to touch the victims because of disease, so instead of helping, he spent 20 minutes waiting. It makes me sad because he didn’t get any help but survived and died 14 years later.

Falling Man, Richard Drew, 2001

This picture caught my attention because he looks so small compared to the big building which means he had to be brave enough to jump off the big buildings. The photo was taken by Richard Drew in the moments after the September 11, 2001, attacks. The photo was published and days later it got a lot of backlash from readers. It is a picture of someone falling off and dying.

Alan Kurdi, Nilüfer Demir, 2015 This picture caught my attention because it is a little boy on the floor dead while a man is standing there watching. Alan Kurdi’s parents lifted the 3-year-old boy and his 5-year-old brother into an inflatable boat and set off from the Turkish coast for the Greek island of Kos. A wave ended up catching them and the boys and their mom drowned. They later found him and there was nothing they could have done to save him he died after he drowned and couldn’t be saved.

New York

I want to go to New York to visit Times Square. I’ve always wanted o to go there as a kid for New Year’s and to walk around and see all the buildings. I also want to go visit Central Park because I’ve known about it for years and always found it interesting. I also want to see the statue of liberty and see how big it is up close. The empire state building is also something I want to visit because I’ve always heard about it and want to see how it looks at night.