Archive for the ‘Photojournalism’ Category
Three on a bike on campus
I photographed this on my way to work. I have seen them several times and I wish I knew the story behind it.
History of Poverty at SJSU
As we ponder the history of our campus for the 150 year celebration I think we should also consider our legacy of poverty on campus. Yesterday I saw a woman and a child rummaging through garbage cans for bottles and cans and I have seen folks that appear to be homeless eating out of garbage cans here. Of course this is an area problem, as well as being a campus issue. But, it has been going on as long as I have been going here. When poverty is on this campus it is a campus problem at SJSU. It is a problem we have done nothing about. It is a problem that has been historically ignored. We need to ask, why?
Camera Phone Post: Morning Cyclist at SJSU
To most folks all bicycle riders are the same, are cyclists. In the morning I often see a couple of guys riding kids across the San Jose State University campus on bikes on their way to places unknown. The other cyclist I see actually has two kids on his bike, one on the top tube, the other standing on the chain stays. None of the riders wears a helmet. This morning I was able to grab a shot with my camera phone. Note the almost flat rear tire. Beware of potholes, bumps and the ides of March!
Daniel Sato on New Media and Photojournalism
In this unedited raw audio podcast [MP3 here] SJSU photojournalism major Daniel Sato talks about how photojournalism has been changed by new media and Web 2.0 technologies. Sato is a photoblogger and a regular user of Flickr. Sato talks about ethics, tools and the changes brought about by the increasingly pervasive Internet. He also talks about how new media is changing the nature and needs of journalism education and how photojournalism students use new media to build a community that extends beyond the boundaries of the campus.
After Sato: The Joy of Analog & Vblogging with iMovie
This is the balance of the class, presented as an unedited MP3. Included here is a conversation about analog photography and a presentation on using iMovie to create a short video.
The video we created in class
Here for you to review is the video created in the previous audio. It is shown here for reference only. It should open in Quicktime player.
Still photography, photojournalism and new media. Introducing Flickr (and other photo social media) and photo blogging: Daniel Sato
Vlogging on the Mac
Demo of using the iSite on a Mac to do a simple Vlog entry. Also, a demo of iMovie another tool for video blogging.
Keystone technologies for the Web
HTML; Introduction to Dreamweaver and Web Page Design.
HTML 102; Do Web Page using Dreamweaver.
Mid Term Discussion
We will continue the discussion about the mid-term and the production schedule for it.
The evolving Web, beyond HTML
Introduceing: Web. 2.0, XML, RSS and related technologies.
Creating an RSS Feed
Introduction to Podcasting
Looking back on Cluetrain