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Photo Career tree

Two of the jobs I found most interesting was cinematographer, and commercial photography. I’ve always been a fan of filming and recording things I do with my friends or places I’ve been to. I think it would be really fun just to film a movie or small videos. As for commercial photography, I think the reason it caught my eye is because of one of the assignments we did, which was the magazine. I think it would be nice job to take and edit these photos to promote stuff on the media.

I’d prefer to live anywhere in New York City, Los Angeles, London, or perhaps Paris. I am convinced that some of the most successfulmarkets for photography and cinematography are located in the United States and Europe. Depending on the location, level of experience, and kind of the project or customer, a cinematographer’s or commercial photographer’s pay might vary greatly. In the United States, a commercial photographer makes an average pay of about $60,000, whereas a cinematographer typically makes around $74,000.

I could possibly pursue careers in graphic design, art direction, and film or video production within the creative fields. These positions provide the chance to apply creativity and imagination to carry out ideas. Although I am aware that these fields are very competitive, people who are passionate about them can find great success in them. Talent, diligence, and a willingness to take chances and push limits are ultimately the keys to success in these fields.



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Welcoming, joyful, content, kind, cheerful, radiant, lively, comforting, happy, and friendly.

Intriguing, secretive, elusive, alluring, mystic, secretive, ambiguous, surreal, mysterious, hidden

Enthusiastic, energetic, confident, bold, fearless, charismatic, amusing, humorous, playful, lighthearted

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Photographer William Eggleston is regarded as one of the fathers of color photography. I chose him because I was interested in his photographs. His photography portrays the spirit of the American South, where he was born and nurtured, and he stands out from other photographers thanks to his brilliant use of color.

The conventional idea of what photography should be is questioned by Eggleston’s work. He seeks beauty in the ordinary rather than concentrating on big subjects or immaculate composition. Gas stations, deserted parking lots, and nondescript structures are frequent themes in his images, but they are made special by the way he captures them with his camera. His use of color, which features vibrant colours and strong contrasts, is particularly remarkable.

The way Eggleston sees the world is one of the things that fascinates me about his photography. His attention to detail enables him to see beauty in things that others might pass by. His images encourage the observer to adopt a fresh perspective on the world and to recognize the beauty present even in the commonplace.

I also find Eggleston’s use of color in his photographs to be fascinating. In a time when photography was typically done in black and white, Eggleston’s use of color was revolutionary. His vivid color choices give his images a sense of vibrancy and energy, and he employs color to highlight specific components in the frame. His pictures aren’t only visually stunning but also convey a sense of mood and atmosphere.

Finally, William Eggleston’s photographs are evidence of the value of observation and the beauty that may be found in the commonplace. His distinctive viewpoint and use of color have had a significant influence on the field of photography, influencing countless photographers to adopt fresh perspectives. His creations serve as a reminder that beauty can be found anywhere if we just take the time to look.

Outskirts of Morton, Mississippi, Halloween 1971


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Triptych: Lost in a Pool - Limited Edition 1 of 3 Photography by Steben  Alexander | Saatchi Art

This photograph caught my eye. I really like the contrast of the photo and the message. The women is drowning and throughout the photo you can see her neck stretch out. Throughout the the event the lady’s facial expression fairly changes and I think it sends a message on how people in the lowest moment still try the best to keep trying.

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Travel Poster

I would like to go here because of the many things you can do. You can go to the park, beach, and hike. Golden Gate is also a cool building to look at. Their seafood is also good and there is so many places to eat like Fisherman’s Wharf. The scenery is very beautiful and I would love to come back here.

Art by Alexander Chenn

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Advertising photo

This caught my eye because the hightlight is captured in the photo

This one also caught my eye because you can see the product clearly

I like this one because you can see the shine of the lipgloss on the lips

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1. Who is the client, or company you are representing?

Rare beauty

2. What is the product?

A Highlighter

3. Who is the target audience?

Makeup, Beauty influencers, Teens

4. Where would you expect to see this advertisement?

Magazine, social media,

5. What kind of lighting are you going to use to make this look professional?

Studio light

6. What props do you need?

Rare beauty highlighter, lipstick