1. Explain the main differences between a raw and jpeg file.

The size of a JPEG vs. a RAW file is the main difference. RAW image files are much larger than JPEG (and other image file formats). This is because they contain all of the uncompressed raw image data captured by the sensors in your digital camera.

2. Which file is bigger RAW or Jpeg?

A RAW file will be two to six times the size of a JPEG file. RAW files are larger than JPEG files because they contain far more image data. All of the info is compressed into a smaller file size that’s easier to share in a JPEG image.

3. Can you change a Raw file to a Jpeg, once your photos are the computer? How?

Open the photographs in RAW mode in a program like Photoshop. Choose ‘Save As’ from the ‘File’ menu, then ‘.jpg’ from the drop-down list.

4. If you were shooting an important event would you shoot it RAW or Jpeg? Explain.

You will save time by shooting in JPEG. JPEG files move to memory cards and computers more quickly, allowing you to spend more time reviewing your photographs and less time waiting for them to load. This will allow you to review your work more quickly.


What I want the viewer to feel is the relatable pain of a broken heart, and how it affects the person.


I would like to go here because it looks beautiful and calming, and i would like to see how they live.




The idea behind mine is a war on the moon, against the cats and the other girl and she has a challenger as her cool ride.


Imogen Cunningham

The photographer I picked is Imogen Cunningham. I picked her because I really like her style of photography, it kind of reminds me of Aaron Skniman they look pretty similar but even then, it looks like her photos always have some meaning behind them. Imogen Cunningham was an innovative American picture taker. She was best known for her detailed, strongly centered photos of plants as well as her revealing portraits. Cunningham took numerous well-known representations of celebrities and specialists, particularly whereas working for Vanity Fair within the 1930s. And from strong, evocative nudes to starkly wonderful still life, Imogen Cunningham’s amazing body of work has earned her recognition around the world. One of the primary ladies to form her living as a photographer, Cunningham reliably tested with a wide run of strategies amid her astonishing career, which crossed seven full. Many of Imogen’s most famous photos gravitated towards the utilize of light and shadow to display common scenes in an uncommon way by complementing surface and shapes. She might see past what a subject was to see what it might be, which I think she has a very creative mind and has good ideas for photos. She would use the female and male body as she did with the natural plant life, Imogen made the naked pictures unique by taking clear, close-up shots. This would change the bodies into natural shapes and geometrical shapes as well as take them out of context. And here is a fun fact I found, she paid 15 dollars for her first camera which I think is funny because nowadays cameras are expensive, and I’d rather pay 15 dollars for a camera than how much they cost now. Another fact is that she went to two universities, one was University of Washington, and she also went to Dresden University of Technology. 


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