Photography – Week 5

Here are my DS106 Assignment Bank projects that I completed (these add up to at least 8 stars (there is one that I still need to do; I will remove this note when said one is done):

Here is a sign depicting the number 106.

Here is a billboard depicting my first name.

Here is a cat saying a Shakespearean quote.

Here is a picture of me spubbleified.

Here is a sticky note of what I would like to do in the future.

Here is an object in my house that is “larger than life.”

Here is a picture of a bright light coming through the window; could be a UFO…

Here is my “shopping adventure.”

Here is my post about my approach to digital photography.

Here are some photographs by Jim Richardson, a photographer for National Geographic.

Here is some research about superheroes and body image.

Here is my opinion on the impact of photo manipulation.

My three daily creates are:

Pre-Internet Memes for Daily Create #2442

and

Arrrrgh! It Be Talk Like A Pirate Day! for Daily Create #2443

and

Put Words Between Buns for Daily Create #2445

Here are pictures that I have taken.

And here is a reflection of the process.

This week I shared a lucky sign and a billboard that has my first name on it. I shared a “Shakespearean LOLcat” and spubbleified myself. I shared what I would like to hopefully do in the future and shared an object that is “larger than life.” I shared a bright light through a window in wonder and shared a really strange store item. The three daily creates that I have completed are Pre-Internet Memes, Arrrrgh! It Be Talk Like A Pirate Day!, and Put Words Between Buns. I shared some photographs of a photographer for National Geographic and gave my approach to the future of digital photography. I also shared some research about superheroes and body image. I shared a “shopping adventure” into the world of Nerf guns and gave my opinion on the impact on photo manipulation tools like Photoshop. I also shared photographs that I have taken, as well as the process.

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