Twitter: Facebook’s weird cousin who likes to talk about himself

(Or herself, depending on who is using the social media) Twitter has always been a confusing chaotic form of social media to me. It was not until I narrowed the groups I followed to a select few did I gain slight control of my feed. I utilize Facebook to get news on bands and new … More Twitter: Facebook’s weird cousin who likes to talk about himself

2 Class Photos

Fair warning, I have extremely minimal photo editing, and picture taking ability. Cutline: The snow from the morning last until the sun set since the temperature did not go above 28 degrees. In this photo I cropped it, increased the saturation, heightened its sharpness, and lowered its temperature in order to make it have a “harsher” … More 2 Class Photos

The Origin of Chicago Journalism and John Wentworth’s Contribution

Dr. Jon Bekken is a professor who has taken a strong interest in Chicago throughout his academic and professional life. Bekken had attended the University of Illinois written his dissertation on, “Working-Class Newspapers, Community and Consciousness in Chicago, 1880-1930.” in 1992. Throughout the past 25 years, his research has covered a broad range of newspaper … More The Origin of Chicago Journalism and John Wentworth’s Contribution

Photography

What aspects make a photograph successful? Successful photography is meaningful. Family photos are personalized and hold an insurmountable amount of meaning to some, while it doesn’t have any meaning to other people. Kevin Carter won a Pulitzer prize for a photo of a starving girl in Africa because it held so much meaning. What I … More Photography