Subtitle: Create Compelling (and ethical) Digital Images
What’s the difference between silent and narrated photogalleries? What about background music? And how to use Soundslides.
- Summary post: today’s photo assignment; assignment for Friday based on this summary at the bottom of the page
Lab with Kristina Bowman :
- Enable web publishing on UW account
- How to FTP (tools for safe computing – downloads)
- Using SoundSlides (new skill – installed on COM302 computers)
- Help with audio (for Wednesday’s final project)
- Group project (no class)
- Weekly Twitter assignments
- For Wednesday 28 April : Final Audio Assignment
2-3 minute audio story – New story or continue refining story number 1
- For Friday 30 April :
Review the posts of at leasat three of your peers (your choice). Pick three photos from their “good” list where you disagree with the choice. Explain why. Make a short blog post by 8 am. Think about your reactions as you are completing the assignment for Monday.
- For Monday 3 May: Read Chapters 7&8, Journalism 2.0 and make a short blog post by 8 am Monday (3 May) w/key take-aways. Guest speaker on Monday is Journalism 2.0 author Mark Briggs.
- For Monday 3 May
Everyone brings at least 40 photos of an agreed upon “subject” to class (on a USB thumb drive). We will “cull” your photos and share. Subject: “Red Square”
- Photos taken at one time, on one day
- The photos must focus on at least three very different things
- At least half of the photos should contain a person or people
- Before you shoot, please make sure the settings on your camera are for a high resolution. This is often a number such as 2345×1000. For this exercise, it is OK to shoot as a high quality JPG instead of RAW.
- Work hard to follow the rules of composition.
Group Project Work
- The project blog is http://courses.washington.edu/seah4h/wordpress/
- Seattle Habitat For Humanity : Story Ideas
- Page to manage project