Legitimate Power: This image is legitimate power because it is showing someone of superior level which is the boss yelling at one of his workers.
Referent Power: This photograph of Obama giving a speech is a relationship between person of power and supplicant because we see that Obama as the supplicant wants to please the greater population who is the people of power in this photo as they will decide who to vote for to become the president.
Coercive Power: This photograph represents coercive power because it is showing a man from a riot and he is being punished by the police because he is not following society’s expectation by rioting and creating a dangerous environment to everyone around him.
Reward Power: This image represents a students receiving praise by his teacher (who has the power) for his good behaviour in class.
Expert Power: This photograph is a good example of expert power as the person in power who are the doctors already working for several years passing on their knowledge to younger people who are possibly looking at a future in medical.
JOURNAL #6: Manufacturing Consent Video Response
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Transformation of a Space Through Visual Art (Chicken+Egg Assignment) FINAL IMAGES.
Video: ART: 21-TRANSFORMATION Due Date: 2.26th.2013
Photography Assignment #1: Transformation Due Date: 2.26th.2013
Part 4: Paragraph Analysis
It is a proven fact that teenagers spend most of their time on social networking sites such as Facebook. So in my series of images I’m trying create the impact that portrays that we teenagers can spend hours continuously on Facebook and used a monkey to bring a bit of more interest to the image. Using my stuffed animal monkey and my photography skills I worked in class to convey the addiction of Facebook. I should’ve used a person though but since this was my first activity at first I was a little confused on what to do because I didn’t really have much photography experience before I took photography this year—which would explain why I wasn’t sure what transformation meant in photography. In each photograph I made sure it was possible to see the computer screen that was displaying Facebook and made sure the stuffed animal monkey was portraying something different such as a different position in each image. I tried different shots like low shots, which I took from the ground looking up, and ones I would shot down; I also tried different side shots. I played around and came up with a ton of satisfying images even if it was my first time using the canon cameras. I tried to use the rule of thirds but it was sort of hard to do because I couldn’t really find the right spot to shoot my assignment because it had to be done in class. When I went into Photoshop to edit my final series of images I made sure all the photos worked together in a way and didn’t seem completely different from each other. So I decided that I should change the light in the photo that would explain why I made the photos seem to be taken throughout a long period of time. I found some online tutorials that helped me out with my editing (haven’t worked much with Photoshop either). I then brightened up some parts of the photograph so it wouldn’t look too dark so for all of them I pretty much brightened up the stuffed animal monkey and the computer screen displaying Facebook. Sometimes I did run into some difficulties during my editing when I’d finish editing and it just didn’t seem right so I’d delete the new edit and go back to the drawing board and re edit the same photo a couple times—for an example once I brightened up the monkey way too much and seemed to obvious so I would have to re edit the entire photo, this situation happened several times. Like I said earlier I was having difficulty really understanding the term “transformation” so I kept doubting myself wondering if my series of images counts as a transformation. I feel for my first time doing a photography assignment I am quite satisfied in my work and feel I did a great job. Although if it was an outside of class assignment where I could’ve took my pictures outside of class I think I could’ve made a better series because I’d have more access to other resources. To end my analysis I feel I have created a successful series of images on transformation.