Cameras, Exposure, and Photography, week (1-4) All Quiz Answers with Assignments.

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Week 1 Assignment :


PROMPT

Give your photograph a title (not "Untitled") that will give the viewer an additional level of content, to add to the meaning of the picture.

The feeling is different for everyone, whether it's a kind of euphoric feeling of butterflies in your stomach, or just smiling and not being able to express any other emotion than happiness while seeing this image. Everyone, at some point in their lives, has experienced success. There is something so addicting about success



PROMPT

Submit a brief Statement of from 3 to 5 sentences describing the area or type of photography that interests you most, and explain why it interests you.

“I define success as fulfilling my role in my team and in the company. I trust that my employer has placed me in a position where I am capable of achieving the team’s and company’s goals, and so I work toward completing my individual duties as effectively as possible. I still want to grow within the company, but I hope to achieve that growth by making a positive impact where I stand.”



PROMPT

The elements in the photograph are arranged in a composition that you feel is successful in creating a well organized visual statement.

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Week 4 Assignment :



PROMPT

The photograph should appear to have been made with a fast enough shutter speed such that there is no blurriness from camera or subject movement

yes




PROMPT

A Statement by the Learner of 3-5 sentences, describing the newly created content resulting from the dramatic use of the Frame with a specific reference to one of the Frame-related aspects, must be submitted.

A number of ethical concerns and debates surround the creation of nature photography. Common issues involve the potential of stress or harm to wildlife, the potential of photographers overrunning and destroying natural areas, the use of game farms, and veracity and manipulation in photography. Also the information posted by photographers on social media of the location of endangered species leads to poachers using this information to hunt these animals



PROMPT

The "Frame" photograph should incorporate one or more Frame-related aspects, to create an artistic expression. Among those aspects the photographer could have used are:

a new content resulting from unexpected connections between two or more things that are isolated from the space around them and now related because they are enclosed by the Frame;

a change in the normal meaning of some thing or some person because that element is abruptly cut by the edge of the Frame in an unusual manner;

a compositional balance (such as symmetry or asymmetry) or design element (such as pattern or negative space) that is emphasized because of the Frame;

a change in content emphasis in the scene that results from using a Vertical Frame rather than a Horizontal Frame, or vice versa.

yes



PROMPT

The "Frame" photograph should communicate a new and exciting interpretation of an ordinary, everyday, part of the photographer's life experience, resulting from one or more of the effects of the FRAME.

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