Andy Warhol

  1. What is Pop Art? Pop Art is art based on something that is popular in culture.
  2. Why is this artist’s work considered Pop Art? Andy Warhol’s work is considered pop art because he used vibrant colors and things that were popular.
  3. Describe some of this artists work. Andy Warhol used some famous people as his subject like Marylin Monroe and used vibrant colors. He screen printed these pictures. Although his work was really good, he would appropriate others work meaning he would take or copy peoples work without permission.
  4. Why did you pick this artist and why do you like his/her work? I picked this artist because he is a famous and a well-rounded pop artist and I like his work because it’s very vibrant and interesting.


In this timeline there are events and invention that impress and impact me. One event is when Lewis Hine was hired by US National Child Labor Committee to photograph children working mills in 1909. This impressed me because the pictures had so much meaning and it impacted me because it showed how the children suffered and were tired. An invention that impressed me was the first color instant film developed by Polaroid. This impacts me because today we use that color film that captures memories. Another event that impacted me was when George Eastman, aged 77, writes suicide a note,” My work is done. Why wait?” — and shoots himself. This doesn’t impress me but makes me sad and acknowledge that he thought he wasn’t needed anymore or that there was nothing left for him anymore. Lastly the Hindenburg explosion in 1937. This impacts me because many people were injured in that explosion not knowing the danger of it.


  1. Which photography related career(s) are you most interested in? The photography related career I’m most interested in is advertising marketing professional or portrait photography.
  2. After doing some research on the career, what are some of the job responsibilities? Some responsibilities of advertising marketing professional are designing the content, developing or producing sale proposals, testing potential markets, and collecting marketing research data. Some responsibilities of portrait photography are setting up the equipment and testing lighting, editing photographs to enhance the quality, photographing events, shooting pictures of individual with natural lighting, and posing their subjects to get the shots they want.
  3. What is the basic salary (in the location you would like to live in)? The basic salary for portrait photography in Wisconsin is $18.44 an hour and the basic salary for advertising marketing professional is $33,504 per year for entry level marketing.
  4. What interests you about this field? What intrigues me about portrait photography is that you have your freedom, and you get to inspire others with your style of photography and advertising marketing professional you get to develop different ideas and create opportunities for services.
  5. What education and skills would you need to get a good job in the field? You would need to be able to work with others, creativity, research skills, active listening, customer knowledge, camera operation, schedule management, communication skills and being open-minded. The education you would need would be apprenticeship, associate’s degree, advanced certification, experience, bachelor’s, master’s, Ph.D., specialized training, etc.

Questions about light and lighting patterns

1. What is the purpose of the main light?

The purpose of the main light is to highlight the subject and expose the depth of the subject. The main light is the brightest.

2. What is the purpose of the fill light?

The purpose of the fill light is to eliminate some shadows and brighten the subject to create the balanced exposure.

3. List the lighting patterns.

There are about seven lighting patters. The lighting patterns include:

  • Split light
  • Loop
  • Rembrandt
  • Butterfly light (aka Paramount)
  • Broad
  • Short light
  • Rim light



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Camera Modes

Different Camera Modes Info:

Automatic Mode

Automatic Mode selects the best settings for shutter speed, aperture, ISO, white balance, focus and flash to get the best picture.

Portrait Mode

Portrait Mode helps the background go out of focus, so your subject is the only thing in focus. It’s best to use the mode on a single subject.

Macro Mode

Macro Mode lets you get closer to your subject for a close-up picture, and it works great on small objects like insects.

Landscape Mode

Landscape Mode keeps the subject, background or most of the scene in focus. It’s better to capture more of a wide scene when using the landscape mode because it tries to capture everything in focus.

Sports Mode

Sports Mode is mainly for moving objects. This mode tries to capture or freeze the action of a subject or object. It can be used for moving cars or sports.

Night Mode

Night Mode is for shooting in low light and it helps capture the details in the background but also fires the flash so that it lights up the foreground.

Movie Mode

Movie mode allows you to capture moving images like a recording instead of capturing still images.

Aperture Priority Mode

This mode allows you to choose the aperture, but the camera selects the rest of the settings to have a balanced exposure.

Shutter Priority Mode

This mode is like the aperture mode but instead of choosing the aperture, you choose the shutter speed and then the camera selects the rest of the settings.

Program Mode

Program Mode can be fully auto, but it depends on the camera you have, or it can give you a little more control over the settings.

Manual Mode

In Manual Mode you control all the settings, like the shutter speed, aperture, ISO, white balance, flash etc. You can control them however you like.