1. @Hannah Woehrle



    This assignment was a lot of fun. I liked how personal it was.

    The list I got was:

    Make a photo of something upside down that is never seen that way. Your most prized possession. Make a photo containing or suggesting fire and/or smoke Take a photo of two things…
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    Superhero Photography


    For my superhero photography analysis, I went straight to the CW’s Supergirl. Flawed writing aside, the show is visually striking, and includes many classic superhero shots.

    One of them is the image below.

    A classic shot, this image shows Kara ripping away her street clothes to reveal her Supergirl costume …

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    Poetry Art


    For my other Visual Assignment, I decided to do “Poetry Art”. I liked the idea of doing a visual assignment that wasn’t photography, and I love poetry (even though I can’t really write it).

    My poem poster ended up as:

    I picked Langston Hughes’ “Harlem” because it’s one of my …

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    What’s in Little Rascal’s Backpack?


    I had to connect one of my visual assignments to the character I created. I wasn’t sure how I was going to do that, considering the fact that she’s not real and I can’t photograph her, but then I happened across the “What’s in your bag” assignment. I realized I …

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    The Life of a Superhero


    For my superhero photography assignment, I decided to go with “The Life of a Superhero”, mainly because the only other option was the assignment I created. I figured I could handle this using a photo editor and a grocery store stock photo.

    It took me a couple tries, but I …

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    Thoughts on Photography


    I’m not a photographer. I am trying to take more pictures – it’s actually been a recent focus of mine. I realized how glad I’ll be when I’m older to have the memories, so I’m trying to document more. This a casual endeavor though, not an artistic one.

    I have …

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    Week 3


    Happy Friday! It’s been a long week.

    This week’s work felt somewhat overwhelming, but I think that’s because A) writing feels like more work than just about anything else and B) I wanted to make sure the content I was writing was good enough not to embarrass me, especially because …

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    The Shape of Stories


    I came to a very interesting realization when I applied the Very First Superman Cartoon to Vonnegut’s The Shape of Stories. The cartoon fit the first model almost perfectly… if you consider Lois Lane to be the main character.

    To make this parallel work, I’m excluding the introduction where they …

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    Introducing…Little Rascal


    Darla has the annoying little sister thing down to a science. It helps that her older counterpart, Eloise, is so easy to rile up. Stealing her clothes and bugging her friends would’ve been bad enough, but when you factor in that since they were kids Darla could read Ellie’s mind…it’s …

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    A Haiku About Me


    For my second writing assignment, I picked the “Haiku About You”. It has been a very long time since I tried my hand at poetry, but I remembered liking it, and the haiku format is pretty forgiving.

    The haiku I came up with was :

    “Some people fear me

    My …

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