Please read the linked article here
- After reading the article, what is your opinion on selective cropping? Do you agree that photographers should show the entire image or is cropping the image– selecting what is shown a legitimate form of expression? Why, why not? Is there a difference between magazine editors cropping the image in Photoshop after taking the image as opposed to the photographer cropping out part of a scene by zooming in or getting closer to the subject?
- To avoid spelling errors, please type your response in word and read before posting your two finely crafted paragraphs. Your response is to be posted on the foothillart blog as well as the original New York Time blog the article is based on.
Please read some of the written responses and see if you agree or disagree with some of the positions the readers have with the article.
Example: “No different than the photo lies of Stalin, Hitler and Mao who cut people out of pictures and otherwise adjusted them to suit their ideological positions and changes. There are many ways to lie, distort and misdirect, and Newsweek is using them – proving how untrustworthy they are.”
Reminder: Name Project is due Thursday for period 1 and Friday for Period 2.