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The jobs i would pursued in the career of photography would be involved with business. My top choices would be a real estate photographer or a commercial photographer. These jobs sparked my interest because not only is it photography but it involve different jobs as well. The real estate photographer involves selling a house which is my dream job. The commercial photographer involves another business and there product.
I would pursue the job of be a real estate photographer or a commercial photographer in the city. I feel very strongly that there is more opportunities in the city. every job has certain responsibilities assigned to them just like this job. The responsibly would range from being early and prepared to bring the correct equipment for the shoot. I feel that the salary would also depend in what type of job you get and who you work for. If not very know from 30k to 60k. If the people are known from 100k to 1 million.
Another job I would pursue in the city is to be a real state agent buying and selling property’s. I feel like the real-estate photograph would really help me and can be used to an advantage.
For my reflection I chose it on Eadweard Muybridge. Eadweard Muybridge would shoot motion of animals and human. He would add several photos into one page of it’s different poses to show the motion and movement. He was known for pioneering work.He was Born in Kingston upon Thames, England, at the age of 20 he emigrated to the United States as a bookseller, first to New York City, and eventually to San Francisco. In 1860, he planned a return trip to Europe, and suffered serious head injuries in a stagecoach crash in Texas en route. He spent the next few years recuperating in Kingston upon Thames, where he took up professional photography, learned the wet plate collodion process, and secured at least two British patents for his inventions. He returned to San Francisco in 1867, a man with a markedly changed personality. In 1868, he exhibited large photographs of Yosemite Valley, and began selling popular stereographs of his work.Today, Muybridge is best known for his pioneering chronophotography of animal locomotion between 1878 and 1886, which used multiple cameras to capture the different positions in a stride, and for his zoopraxiscope, a device for projecting painted motion pictures from glass discs that pre-dated the flexible perforated film strip used in cinematography. From 1883 to 1886, he entered a very productive period at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, producing over 100,000 images of animals and humans in motion, occasionally capturing what the human eye could not distinguish as separate moments in time. During his later years, Muybridge gave many public lectures and demonstrations of his photography and early motion picture sequences, travelling frequently in England and Europe to publicise his work in cities such as London and Paris. He also edited and published compilations of his work, some of which are still in print today, which greatly influenced visual artists and the developing fields of scientific and industrial photography. He retired to his native England permanently in 1894. In 1904, the year of his death, the Kingston Museum was opened in his hometown, and it continues to house a substantial collection of his works in a dedicated gallery. Muybridge will always be a distinct photographer to me. He nothing I’ve seen before and his work is very admiring. My favorite thing is how old his work is. It makes him authentic and real because he really didn’t have nothing nor no one to copy due yk the lack or technology and internet we have now.
- Who is the client, or company you are representing?
The company I’m representing is Campbell’s
- What is the product?
My product is condensed canned soup.
- Who is the target audience?
My audience is adults in there 25-35 mostly with professionals and office employees
- Where would you expect to see this advertisement?
I expect to see this on YouTube, TV, and on billboards.
- What kind of lighting are you going to use to make this look professional?
To make this photograph look professional I used hot lights
- What props do you need?
The props i used was a backdrop and hot lights.
i CHOSE THIS PICTURE BECAUSE OF THE COLORS. THIS IMAGE IS VERY EYE CATCHING AND INTERESTING TO LOOK AT. ALTHOUGH THESE ARE ALL GOOD ELEMENTS IT ALSO TELLING YOU WHAT THE PRODUCT CONTAINS.
THIS IS MY TOP IMAGE FOR IT’S DIVERSITY. THIS IMAGE IS OUTSTANDING AND PERFECTLY PLACED. THE IMAGE IS SHOWING YOU THERE PRODUCT WHILE SHOWIMG YOU ITS DIVERSITY.
THIS PHOTO IS MY TOP PICTURE I CHOICE. I CHOOSE THIS PICTURE BECAUSE IT SHOWS YOU THE IMAGE WHILE ENJOYING THE PRODUCT.