1. What is the difference between JPEG and RAW files?

-A Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) file is a lossy raster file format that compresses an image to make the file smaller.

-A RAW file contains all the uncompressed and unprocessed image data captured by the sensors of a digital camera or scanner. They’re also a type of raster file format, but one that maintains lossless quality.

2. Which file is bigger? JPEG or RAW files?

-The file that is bigger are RAW files, RAW files are large since they are meant to be able to get the best quality of it so people can edit them to the best they can.  JPEG files are smaller since they aren’t used to

capture the best quality of the pictures so therefore they don’t need as much storage to contain it in.

3. Can you change a RAW file to a JPEG file once uploaded to the laptop?

-You can and all you need to do is just save the RAW file in an editing software and once then change the file into a JPEG file and from there it’ll keep the quality but in a shorter file and along with the information with it.

4. If I was taking a photo of an important event, I would choose RAW.  The main reason why I would choose RAW is because, even though it’s a larger file and everything, it’s an important event, why would I miss out on details and stuff for the picture? also the quality of RAW is larger, so I would be able to see the photo with much clearer quality and make sure I go the important thing aside from something that I don’t need.
























career tree

  1. Studio assistant and cinematographer
  2. Cinematography is the art and science of capturing a story visually with light, camera, and lenses. A studio assistant provides support to higher-level studio staff by performing various assistance functions, such as maintaining equipment, keeping work areas clean, answering phone calls, organizing various documents, scheduling meetings between staff and clients, and handling instruments.
  3.  Studio assistant: 9$ and hour. Cinematographer: $45,219 a year.
  4. I think being a studio assistant is a cool job and I’ve always been interested in cinematography.
  5. Bachelor’s degree in a related field for studio assistant, and strong leadership, communication, and interpersonal skills for a cinematographer.

Camera modes

  1. Automatic mode- Auto mode tells your camera to use its best judgement to select shutter speed, aperture, ISO, white balance, focus and flash to take the best shot that it can.
  2. Portrait mode- It sets a narrow depth of field ensuring your subject is the only thing in focus and is therefore the center of attention in the shot.
  3. Macro mode- Macro mode lets you move your closer into your subject to take a close-up picture. It’s great for shooting flowers, insects or other small objects.
  4. Landscape mode- Makes sure as much of the scene you’re photographing will be in focus as possible, therefore ideal for capturing shots of wide scenes, particularly those with points of interest at different distances from the camera.
  5. Sports mode- Photographing moving objects is what sports mode it’s also called ‘action mode’ in some cameras.
  6. Night mode- Night mode is for shooting in low light situations and sets your camera to use a longer shutter speed to help capture details of the background, but it also fires off a flash to illuminate the foreground (and subject).
  7. Movie mode- This mode extends your digital camera from just capturing still images to capturing moving ones.
  8. Panoramic/Stitch Mode – For taking shots of a panoramic scene to be joined together later as one image.
  9. Snow Mode – To help with tricky bright lighting at the snow.
  10. Fireworks Mode – For shooting firework displays.
  11. Kids and Pets Mode – Fast moving objects can be tricky – this mode seems to speed up shutter speed and help reduce shutter lag with some pre focusing.
  12. Underwater Mode – Underwater photography has its own unique set of exposure requirements.
  13. Beach Mode – Another bright scene mode
  14. Indoor Mode – Helps with setting shutter speed and white balance.
  15. Foliage Mode– Boosts saturation to give nice bold colors.
  16. Aperture Priority mode- This mode is really a semi-automatic mode where you choose the aperture and where your camera chooses the other settings. Aperture priority mode is useful when you’re looking to control the depth of field in a shot.
  17. Shutter priority mode- Shutter priority is very similar to aperture priority mode but is the mode where you select a shutter speed, and the camera then chooses all of the other settings.
  18. Program mode- Program mode is similar to Auto but gives you a little more control over some other features including flash, white balance, ISO etc.
  19. Manual mode- You have full control over your camera and need to think about all settings including shutter speed, aperture, ISO, white balance, flash etc. It gives you the flexibility to set your shots up as you wish.

Studio Portraits





Fun, Expressing, Interesting, Modeling, Pose, Cosplay, Entertaining, Exciting, Eventful, Easy, Relaxing, Enjoyable.











Self portrait

25 words that describe me are, Vector, nice, caring, respectful, energetic, athletic, blind, hard hearing, dumb, Edna, white, gamer, and friendly.








Travel Poster

The reason why I would want to go here is because this place depending on the time of year can be nice since the trees could be and the scenery could be amazing for pictures if you are a photographer. The place is relaxing too, you can just stay there to relax or do things like a campfire, go fishing if you have the equipment for it. June lake is an amazing place to visit in general so it’s worth a trip to at least once.



This photo is clear, detailed, black and white, nothing specific to look at, close up  and overall a nice photo

Action & Motion

1/8 SS, F/11, ISO200, Shutter priority, M, 20.00MM

22.00MM, 1/8SS, ISO400, Shutter priority, M, F/18

20.00MM, 1/85SS, F/3.5, ISO400, Shutter priority, M


29.00MM, 1/85SS, F/4.0, ISO400, Shutter priority, M



Some techniques for action and motion are, get different angles so it’s not so straight forward and gets a good angle. Another thing is to take the photo before they do the action so incase its slower it gets the image in the way you want it. Be a good distance from the person so when you do take it it’s not so close and isn’t too far from the person.














Collage about me

The way my collage represents me is by, it shows mainly my favorite things and some things I find interest in a find fun. It also shows what I like to play or do whenever I have free time, or I am bored. I have many random interests in different things like Elmo, Elmo was my favorite childhood shows as a kid I used to always watch sesame street since as a kid it was funny to watch. The games that I put in my collage are either some recent games that I’ve played or currently playing. The gaming consoles that I put in my collage are what I play on, and I usually alternate between them depending on what each consoles have to play or what I feel like playing. Some of my favorite drinks are raspados and dr. pepper. My favorite things to do is sleep, play baseball, or listen to music while sleeping or just to listen to in general.