Shutter Effect by Famz
Famz

Shutter Effect

by Famz in Graphic Design . Illustration

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Here it is!! Click on the link to read the book :D -> http://issuu.com/junoondesigns/docs/shutter_effect






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Here is a sneak preview of my thesis which I will be uploading as a published book tomorrow on issuu.com. :D I finally got the okay from everyone involved to publish it online. I got an A for this, was so thrilled! :D

and yes all the shots are different because I am crazy like that :)

Thank you very much to all those who helped make my thesis possible, to all my photographer friends who I met on deviantART and joined Shadowness and to the insightful photographers who dedicated some time to allow me to interview them.

I would really appreciate your feedback and thoughts on this piece.

CREDIT FOR PHOTOS GO TO:
- Jaryd Niles Morris - /Jaryd540 - and his website www.540itt.com
- Debora Tosetti - tosetti.deviantart.com
- Maria Cimetta - /meppol
- Danielle Crebbin - www.facebook.com/pages/Dani-Crebbin-Design-and-Photography/94158292594
- Shawn Palmquist - mrcool256.deviantart.com
- Ahmed W Khan - /ahmedwkhan and www.facebook.com/AWKPhotography
- Monika KritiKou - fiorello.deviantart.com
- Gordon Brooks - http://brookslatouche.com
- Shamair Yearwood - www.facebook.com/pages/BUTTERFLY-MEMOIRS-PHOTOGRAPHY/116371045042945
- Maria Kaimaki - justeline.deviantart.com and www.facebook.com/pages/GreekScapes/111287178910158
- Tiffany Jenkins - www.burningbush.deviantart.com and https://www.facebook.com/pages/Its-Designed/213752839692
- Ida Pap - /ideoda and ideoda.deviantart.com

all other photos were taken by me - all the photo credits are listed


INTERVIEWED PHOTOGRAPHERS
- Bob Kiss - http://bobkiss.com/
- Gordon Brooks - http://brookslatouche.com
- Jaryd Niles Morris - /Jaryd540 - and his website www.540itt.com
- Joel Brooks
- Bernardo Medina - foureyes.deviantart.com
- Shamair Yearwood - www.facebook.com/pages/BUTTERFLY-MEMOIRS-PHOTOGRAPHY/116371045042945
- Juha Mikko Kinnunen - jjuuhhaa.deviantart.com
- Tanya Simpson - www.facebook.com/pages/Sublime-Rush/110544179576

CHAPTERS
Chapter 1 - History of Digital and Film Photography
Chapter 2 - What is Photography?
Chapter 3 - Photography Levels and Genres
Chapter 4 - Steps Towards Becoming A Professional Photographer


Authors Note

Photography is a means of taking pictures by using a camera, either digital or film. The art of photography is much more than just taking a picture or photograph. To differentiate a photographer from a hobbyist, a photographer must have an understanding of and an appreciation for the art, be technically efficient, and he must also know how to conceptualise ideas. Photography is a means of expressing a tangible thing or idea in an image. The 20th-century digital era brought many people into photography who would never have used a camera previously. Photography was an expensive investment, time consuming, and harmful because of the chemicals used to produce an image. It does not take more than one minute to produce an image with a camera in this century. An image can be uploaded to a computer or be printed within seconds after it is taken.

Such advancements have caused many amateur and professional photographers to gain much more exposure, mostly via the Internet. Any novice who wishes to pursue photography out of interest can easily teach himself and learn how to become better because of readily accessible information and affordable technology. Online art communities aid in the development of photographers, too. Photographers can market their work, sell their photographs and seek proposals from possible clients online.

The purpose of this research paper is to understand the stages that a professional photographer must today pass through before becoming qualified. How he learns or how he teaches himself may not relate to what is required of him to be a professional. One may be a professional but not a good photographer or vice versa. There are elements and factors that aid in the improvement of a photographer’s status or may lead to the decline in his career.

A number of professional photographers from the ages of 22 to 70 from Barbados and abroad were interviewed for this paper. Reading material proved to be scarce but the material from the interviews provided sufficient and beneficial information due to the many skill levels and experience, which helped in the structuring of this paper.


© Faheema Patel. All rights reserved. My work is not to be used in any way without my written consent. I retain all rights to all my images and written/published works, you DO NOT have the right to copy, sell, distribute, reproduce, nor alter my images or written work in any way

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