Freshman should join photo journalism, because it is great to be able to take photos, getting able to go to other activities for things such as event or ceremony’s, also because it helps learn how to get better at taking photos like a photographer. Taking this experience will lead to future success within the areas of photography. Taking photos is fun and getting to take pictures of whatever the journalist chooses. As for a journalist the images taken describe personal feelings and points of life gone through or point that they went through no one would understand. Images tend to describe things that cannot always be said or spoken. Pictures help keep and capture memories. Things with in life of the journalist can be captured for memories to have with you always. Journalist can share their work and moments using images. When sharing memories it helps others get a feel of the life a journalist lives. Capturing moments of many things in life to have others to also see moments enjoyed most. Joining photo journalism could also help learn how to take better pictures. As taking photos a journalist learns how to take better images make the image look great. Learning to take better images help to prepare for future references of becoming a photographer. This is a good way to learn different affects. Effects change the image to the journalists’ likings. Effects on images taken can change the way others look at things also helps others get the meaning of the photo. Becoming or joining Photo Journalism leads up tp being a photographer. Throughout Photo Journalism there are many opportunities at getting better at photography. The more practice at taking photos get more advanced, leading a way to be a great photographer one day. If taking photos is something apart in this life likened then Photo Journalism is something to look forward to in the near future. As a journalist they get to go to extra activities to take photos and write about them. Journalist takes photos of everyday life as well as their own. As for being a journalist,…
You bet, check, bluff, and raise. You learn from those you play with. Sometimes you win with a pair or lose with a full house. But whatever happens, it's best to keep on shuffling along.
(tying in metaphor to this year don’t know where to put it in essay)******Sophomore year required times when I had to deal with certain situations solely by myself and yet there were other times when I had the reliability of my teachers to help me. This year made me study to the point where my brain physicaly hurt…
The Odyssey Personal Essay
Every person has a goal to achieve an achievement. Somebody wants to get to a certain college, or one man wants to try to be named as the best in a certain sport. However, one ought to encounter a certain dilemma where they must endeavor to solve on their journey. Just as Odysseus was striving to reach Ithaca, he encounters his own problems. Some of these problems that both Odysseus and others engage with on their journeys are distracting characters that interfere with…
people would move into these towns. If persuasion failed the builders would resort to bribery by giving them housing in exchange of nothing. The speculators idea was to lure in the railroad by convincing people this was a real developed town. The main reason speculators did this was an easy get rich scheme. If this idea failed it wouldnʼt be a problem because America would keep on booming. America was the land of lavish opportunities. This event displays the habit of always wanting more. Can success,…
6 February 2013
Tobacco,Alcohol and Drugs Reflective Essay
Drugs. Alcohol. Tobacco. These three words are heard and often present throughout teen’s lives.
3.6 percent of 8th graders, 14.5 percent of 10th graders, and 28.1 percent of 12th graders
reported getting drunk in the past month. Also, in 2012, 6.5 percent of 8th graders, 17.0 percent of 10th
graders, and 22.9 percent of 12th graders used marijuana in the past month. Tobacco has become less…
Anna Quindlen describes in the essay "Abortion is too Complex to Feel one Way About" the different situation that we as a human race are put in everyday. She talks about the topic of abortion in a way that one feels they have had to make the decision of whether or not a person is pro-choice or pro-life. She uses references that are of different personal experiences in the essay that are vital to the audience. Quindlen is writing to state her point that one should never put…
Professor Nora Kabaji
26 August 2014
Decisions are an important aspect of everyday life. Whether they are good or bad every day I have to make decisions that affect many aspects of my life. Making these decisions are important to me because not only will they affect me they will have an affect on my family, my career, and the person I am.
From the earliest moments that I can remember sometimes…
and math earned an ACT score of around 22, while students who didn’t take these classes, earned an ACT score of around 19. This information shows that the reason students don’t take these classes is because many requirements for graduation are requiring less than
what the ACT recommends. (ACT Scores Rise 8). With only 68 percent of freshman in high school graduating on time, and more than 30 of them registering for higher education, less than 30 stay in college for a second year. Students who have…
hours of sleep in. if school hours start at 10:15am instead of 8:15am it would give teens and extra two hours of sleep in the morning and at night it would give them and extra two hours to stay up and hang out and do homework. This is just one of the reasons people should believe that school start times should be later than what they are now. Most teens don’t get the 9.25 hours of sleep because they don’t get to sleep early enough or because of the school starting times. The starting times…
December 5, 2014
Monster is an experiment in form and structure, demonstrating Steve's venting his passionate perplexity. The definition of a monster is a person with no remorse, no real feelings towards others, and no regret. I believe that Steve is not a monster because he was involved in the murder, but did not harm anyone, he was only the lookout boy. Steve's greatest conflict is not really the trial itself, though it's certainly…
percent of students graduated high school in the United States of America, ranking sixteenth in the world. However, it ranks fist on dollars spent per student. It cost around $80,000 to educate [the child] from the age of six to fifteen” (The Real Reason America’s schools Stink.) The American Education system needs fixed.
“In the United States, education is compulsory for all students until ages sixteen to eighteen depending on the individual state” (The American Education System). A child can attend…