Monthly Archives: April, 2012

J2150U Blog #14- Flash!

Today, Kyle McConaghy gave a lecture about using lighting and how to change the effect a photo has. I thought it was very interesting and entertaining how he had the class on video and was showing us by using visual examples on how to change lighting in settings to get different effects. I never knew …

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J2150U Blog #13

In lecture this week, Professor Rice showed us Pulitzer Prize winning photographs. I found the one by Massoud Hossaini to be the most meaningful and impacting. Dr. Rice talked about the meaning behind it and I don’t think I’d personally be able to ever capture a photo like this one. The photo is of a …

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J2150U Blog #12-Law

This week’s lecture was about journalism and law. The speaker talked about the First Amendment and how it applies to journalism. I sometimes can get very carried away in my work and don’t even realize how laws and our government system play a part in journalism. I believe this is mostly because we have freedom …

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Passover when it’s Passed Over- Mobile Assignment

The Jewish population in Columbia, Mo. isn’t vey large, but this is nothing new. This week is Passover in the Jewish religion. The majority of MU students went home for “Easter weekend” and were wishing everyone a Happy Easter, but there was little talk of a Happy Passover. The small Jewish population of students in …

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J2150U Blog #11- Write Around

This week’s lecture was given by Rick. At first, my thoughts about him were questionable because of the way he reacted in our classroom to a student’s video project about Adderall abuse. Although I don’t agree with the way he voiced his opinion about my fellow classmate, I did enjoy his lecture and thought he …

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