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Transcript of GBD: Photography
Area of Interaction:
What impact has photography made in our society since it was created?
Communication ties to my topic because photography is a way to express yourself, demonstrate subjects, and it gives a different perspective on how you would view something.
View From My Camera
The History Of Photography
reflects an image off an illuminated object, making it upside down
very similar to our eyes
Photography in Social Media
My Learning Styles
My top Learning Styles are:
Linguistic (92%)- I am able to explain things very well, and have an increased ability for writing, reading, and speaking
Interpersonal (88%)- I work well with others, especially on group projects
Bodily Kinesthetic (89%)- I learn well by hands-on activities, and most sports are easy for me to learn and play
All About Me
Full name: Alyssa L. Sehman
Birthday: September 29th, 1999
Older brother, Damian
Younger sister, Lauren
Play volleyball for Liza Jackson and Emerald Coast Volleyball Club, beach and indoor
Captain of the LJPS Volleyball team
I love reading and music
IB Learner Profile
My IB Learner Profiles would be Open-minded, Inquirer, and Risk-taker.
Open-minded: I am open to discovering new ideas and topics, especially for cultures.
Inquirer: I ask questions frequently about anything, and I like learning new things.
Risk-taker: I try doing or approaching something in different ways (Example of this would be how I became a setter for ECVC last year).
My future goals include...
winning a beach and indoor volleyball tournament for club
participating in Duel Enrollment at Choctawhatchee High
making the volleyball team (at Choctaw)
going to college (I have no idea which one though)
working for National Geographic
Cameras have changed our world
Career Interest Survey
started the Instagram page "7dogsandcounting"
three of my moms friends are photographers, one works for National Geographic
got a Canon Rebel t3 for my birthday
took pictures for the Army vs. Navy Fisher House Football Game
modeled in a few photo-shoots when I was little and recently
Conserving our World
Our world is torn apart in search of natural resources
We will eventually run out of oil and other irreplaceable resources
Pollution is infecting our air and oceans
Glaciers have slowly been melting over the centuries
Satellites show us the climate changes and effects of them
Photography helps us to understand...
living conditions in areas of war
effects it has on it's victims
Today, there are dozens of social media websites:
On these websites, people spend up to hours in one month uploading pictures, statuses, and viewing other people's as well.
Sir David Brewster
Joseph Nicephore Niepce
first scientist to create a picture taking process
created the first picture using a metal plate coated in bitumen
took 8 hours to create
Nicephore teams up with a scientist named Louis Daguerre
The Camera Men
perfected the process in 1837
called the daguerreotype
families began using the daguerreotype for family portraits
ideas of the camera we created by the Chinese, and Aristotle
the first camera
used for observing and drawing
The Camera Men
plates made of metals
chemicals coated on top
chemical reactions from the light occur
The Brownie Cameras
launched by Kodak
in honor of: Palmer Cox
made after his comical cartoons
no exact creation date
major contributor: Thomas Edison
influenced our society to the point where movies are major parts of our cultures
Since the creation of cameras, people are now able to remember...
So how do we use photography everyday?
Whether it's gossip or factual, everyone looks at the pictures they find in a magazine or newspaper.
gives us physical information on the topic in the article
provides a visual
we imagine pictures, not the words we read
As we are driving, we see billboards advertising pictures and information on new products.
People also use photography to communicate.
shares information of daily lives/global issues
Photos represent ideas and topics
sometimes without using words to express them
Pictures help us to communicate
change our mind about any situation
My favorite photographers:
As we read a