1. Some main differences between the two are the file size, the quality of the images, and their speed.

2. RAW files are bigger than Jpeg files.

3. Yes, you can change a Raw file into a Jpeg. This is done in the app adobe Photoshop lightroom.

4. If I wasn’t shooting an important event I would probably shoot in Jpeg. This is because the files don’t have that much great quality. They are also easier to share via email or to post on social media.

Pop art

1.Pop art is art based on modern popular culture and the mass media, especially as a critical or ironic comment on traditional fine art values.
2.Peter Blakes work is considered pop art because his work was inspired by mainly pop culture.
3. He is famously known for creating sleeve designs for the beetles.
4. I picked this artist because I really like their work. Since, he worked for big brands and companies.


History of Photography Timeline

There were many inventions of photography that impressed me. However, some would be the very first portable camera obscuras that were made. It was where the lens would reflect onto a mirror. All of this combined with a photosensitive paper. Another invention that was interesting to me was that of Louis Daguerre. He was able to create images with silver-plated copper. Which were coated with silver iodide as well as warm mercury. Henry Fox Talbot also created an interesting invention. Which was the creation of permanent images. He was able to do this with paper soaked in silver chloride. As well as a fixed salt solution making the permanent (negative) images.

Alphabet Photography



5 valuable things I’ve learned are:

  • Learning the shutter speed
  • How to properly edit photos
  • Learning how to take pictures with the hot light
  • How to get proper angles
  • How to change the settings when your inside or outside

Photography Career Tree

  1. Some of the photography careers that I am the most interested in are portrait photographer, real estate photographer, and video editor.
  2. A portrait photographer is someone who focuses on taking pictures of a person or group of people. They mainly try to capture their personalities.
  3. The basic salary for a portrait photographer is up to 64,384.
  4. What interests me about this field is how I would be able to interact with people. Come together with them to capture special moments for them and their loved ones.
  5. The education you would need is to get an associate or bachelor’s degree in photography. As well as be a studio assistant in order to learn a little bit more on how things work. You would also need to buy the proper equipment that is needed.

Camera Modes

Automatic Mode: Auto mode tells your camera to use it’s best judgement to select shutter speed, aperture, ISO, white balance, focus and flash to take the best shot that it can. With some cameras auto mode lets you override flash or change it to red eye reduction.

Portrait Mode: Portrait mode works best when you’re photographing a single subject so get in close enough to your subject. Also if you’re shooting into the sun you might want to trigger your flash to add a little light onto their face.

Macro Mode: Macro mode lets you move your closer into your subject to take a close up picture. It’s great for shooting flowers, insects or other small objects.

Landscape Mode: This mode is almost the exact opposite of portrait mode in that it sets the camera up with a small aperture. To make sure as much of the scene you’re photographing will be in focus as possible.

Sports Mode: Photographing moving objects is what sports mode is designed for. It is ideal for photographing any moving objects including people playing sports, pets, cars, wildlife etc.

Night Mode: Night mode is for shooting in low light situations and sets your camera to use a longer shutter speed. To help capture details of the background.

Movie Mode: This mode extends your digital camera from just capturing still images to capturing moving ones. Most new digital cameras these days come with a movie mode that records both video but also sound.

Aperture Priority Mode: This mode is really a semi-automatic mode where you choose the aperture. As well as where your camera chooses the other settings (shutter speed, white balance, ISO etc.) so as to ensure you have a well balanced exposure.

Shutter Priority Mode: Shutter priority is very similar to aperture priority mode but is the mode where you select a shutter speed and the camera. Then chooses all of the other settings.

Program Mode: Some digital cameras have this priority mode in addition to auto mode. In those cameras that have both, Program mode is similar to Auto but gives you a little more control over some other features including flash, white balance, ISO etc.

Manual Mode: In this mode you have full control over your camera and need to think about all settings including shutter speed, aperture, ISO, white balance, flash etc. It gives you the flexibility to set your shots up as you wish.