Conclusion: In short, using Photoshop to edit photo is a controversial topic. Many people think McCurry’s reputation is ruined. I still believe McCurry’s action is reasonable. As a photographer, the codes of ethical conducts do not apply to him. Also, McCurry promises he will “rein in his use of Photoshop.” Therefore, McCurry should not be blamed anymore in this issue.
They are so busy worrying about protecting themselves that they even forget about the others. People, especially in Maycomb County, avoid identifying themselves in the other person. However, they are willing to take part in a bigger group in order to not identify themselves within the other person not as an individual, but as a group. Every single person is able to make “moral choices.” Lastly, I conclude by saying that by choosing what seems to be the right choice, might be harder for the ones who lack empathy, but as Baron-Cohen says, “the choice still
There should never be an instance of the audience having to question the credibility of the writing or the author. However, this is an issue that will always arise when there is a lack of outer sources. Sometimes it may not even be the author who is in question, rather it may be the person or entity they may be writing about. The usual tendency of the average human being is to never display flaws, and to only share triumphs. This leads to stories that are heavily biased as well, which hinders the audience from knowing or understanding the real entity of the writing.
The Mirror has Two Faces A mirror reflection can only show so much. The outside appearance really does matter, but also the character does too. The viewer of the mirror can see their flaws and mistakes, but they can never see their good qualities. Identity is a person individuality, its what makes them stand out from everyone else. Identity is a curious mystery that many people are to be scared to venture out and find themselves.
Empathy is also not evident as Sean begins to kick Will out of his office when he gets frustrated and does not act understanding of his feelings. The whole process seems like constant bickering between two friends. It is not the ideal therapeutic alliance, but it producd a desirable result, which is overcoming difficulties and achieving personal growth. I would not change anything in the film, because the therapeutic process is appropriate because it’s fictional and it works well with Will’s character and personality. Sean constructs a strategic therapeutic process that subtly helps Will without being apparent because Will is not the type of person who would admit needing help.
Surrealism, expressionism and montage main goal is not necessarily to entertain but to shock audiences, make people think from another point of view, change their mind about important topics like politics. These movements are not necessarily attractive and comprehensive to everyone, they are meant to be art works. On the other hand, the main purpose of commercial film is to entertain an audience usually telling a story without the necessity that people react or think in a certain way, it could be said that it focus on the passivity of the
This could prove to be very unappealing to the audience, but yet Edson doesn't hold back on building Vivian's character to be more difficult for the audience to receive. I think by going about the main character in this way, Edson poses the question of whether or not an audience can empathize with someone that is unable to do so herself. Edson pushes the audience to recognize that Vivian shouldn't be any less deserving of understanding because she is not the typical saint-like cancer patient. Edson doesn't waste time with introducing the audience to Vivian in a one on one manner by basically destroying the forth wall. This technique serves not only the audience’s connection to the play but also to Vivian.
On the one hand, I agree with Burtynsky when he states that he is not trying to tell people how to think of his images. I believe that images are subjective. It’s the nature of a photograph to me. You see an image, you understand what’s happening in the image, and form an understanding of the photograph. However, I don’t agree with Burtynsky when he states that his photos are apolitical.
In contrast to the writers, most artists prefer to remain anonymous. These artists do not do what they do for money, fame or attention. Conventionally, it will be to express themselves and other times it will be to convey an important and thought-provoking message, for instance, the renowned Banksy. While graffiti would come under the term ‘vandalism’, street art should
I chose this quote because it seemed like the truth to me. To me the author of the quote is trying to convey a deep truth that people do not want to see so they just push it away like it didn’t matter. When we go outside we discover our true selves and we actually conversate with people. Phones and electronics distract us from the people who are in front of us and who care about us. It also makes it to where we can’t see the mass destruction that we have had on our world.
The audience does not want people to feel ostracized, hopefully, making them less likely to prejudge others. He uses pathos again when describing what would have happened if he had taken the stereotyping to heart. Staples “. . .learned to smother the rage [he] felt at so often being mistaken for a criminal.
It was basically the public against an officer. There was no direct evidence to support that Darren Wilson indeed used excessive force. With proper evidence, the public would succumb easier to result of any incident because there would be evidence to support the claims that were made. If there was proper evidence that Brown had indeed posed a threat to Wilson, there would not have been as much backlash. As a result of the outcome, communities People often put their best foot forward when they know they are being watched by their superiors.
It is important to remember that authorities have no power over outsider artists because 'true ' outsiders are detached from our shared reality. They live in their own world and their originality and value stems from their ability to depict their the world they experience in their art. Wölfli, without colored pencils and magazine, would still have lived in his world and, I would argue, have experienced that world similarly to how he depicted it with crayons and colored pencils. I will grant that it is possible that his art magnified specific aspects of the reality he experienced such that he might have seen more slugs or little birds the more he drew them or that his rate of interest might have grown faster the more he tallied his revenues and expense, but the laws his world obeyed would have basically remained the same with or without his records documenting his
But this isn 't always the case because the video could be said to have represented something else. There really is no legal solution that is going to discipline the police and break them of their habits. I would also like to add that the media plays a big part in bringing these homicides to light. They are usually really one-sided and everyone looks at the situation from theirs. This in turn causes more of a separation between the community and the police, however, a healthy relationship between the police and the community diminishes the prospect of the police using excessive force at all.
This creates guilt in those who do not vote: they are doing less than a very ill person, so not voting seems lazy and unjustified. While he does not focus on pragmatic benefits of voting, MacDougall still makes a convincing case by appealing to emotions and history in a way that causes readers to feel that it is wrong not to