This is a video of me about the last three months in college. Here you will see some of my assignments for photojournalism and advance portrait class. Also the video is speaking in spanish. The reason is because I been doing every assignment for multimedia II in english, but I think that time will be nice to do it in my own language because no matter if I'm taking in english or spanish. Photography is an universal language and all I do. I do it with my heart!
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
I'm making this post from the auditorium at Gwinnett Technical College waiting for to meet Mr. Heisler.
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Tuesday, December 9, 2008
Denis Reggie is the nationally renowned celebrity and society wedding photographer proclaimed "the finest wedding photographer of his generation." He defined the genre and coined the phrase wedding photojournalism in 1980, transforming the look of wedding photography throughout the world. Since 1976, Denis Reggie and his exclusive team of hand-picked photojournalists have covered over 1,700 weddings in the documentary style he pioneered. Assignments are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis.
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Saturday, December 6, 2008
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Thursday, December 4, 2008
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Wednesday, December 3, 2008
"A large portion of my work is concerned with people because people are the most inventive and news-making part of our lives. Yet I am as much attracted to the evidence of their presence and efforts, whether good or evil, as I am to the people themselves." Erich Hartmann
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The first photographer in the UK to shoot weddings with a photojournalist's style, Ascough garnered global attention when his wedding work was featured in a 2004 issue of the Washington Post. Given his style, it makes sense that Ascough cites Henri Cartier-Bresson as an influence. While many wedding photographers shoot nonstop, he often composes an image and waits for the "decisive moment."
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Monday, December 1, 2008
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