Intro to sound

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BY PHIL MOORE

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Photojournalism: the power of photography

 

Ritualism 9, from a series by Tamara Dean (http://oculi.com.au/photographers/tamara-dean/)
Ritualism 9, from a series by Tamara Dean (http://oculi.com.au/photographers/tamara-dean/)

TOPIC: Telling a story with photographs

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You can’t say that!

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As much as self expression is a good thing, there *are* limitations to what you can say. This is particularly the case when you’re broadcasting or otherwise publishing your thoughts. Most of our courses cover media law in more depth, and the aim isn’t to make you an expert… but you need to know enough so you know when you need help.

This post is designed as an intro, so you get on air and online asap, and so what you publish is #safefortafe

Here are the key things to not do:

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Intro to MoPho

Basketball, late Monday afternoon. Photo copyright Verity Chambers
Basketball, late Monday afternoon. Photo copyright Verity Chambers

In his video, iPhone photographer Emil Pakarklis explains seven really simple techniques you can use to make your mobile photography good. As with DSLR and larger format photography, the key ingredients are light, composition, and perspective or point of view.

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Great Instagram accounts to follow

After the party. iPhone photo copyright Verity Chambers
After the party. iPhone photo copyright Verity Chambers

As with any creative pursuit, it’s hard to become a great practitioner unless you look at other people’s work. By far the best way to learn to write well is to read a lot (and then write a lot). It’s exactly the same with singing, dancing, painting and … photography.

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