Image Composition Techniques Showcase
Below is a showcase of photos and screenshots composed with a variety of techniques. To view captions describing the techniques used, click the images to zoom in and get a closer look.
DOG LOVERS UNITE!!!
This video uses photos from my family’s history of adopting and fostering dogs as part of a “call to arms” for all dog lovers. The message is clear: ADOPT, DON’T SHOP!
Good Eats & Blessed Peeps
One of the things that adds to the charm of Douglasville and surrounding areas is the food. That makes sense. Food has been an integral part of human culture for millennia. The recipes we’ve come up with as a species over the […]
Land of Enchantment
I’d be remiss not to discuss some of the fun activities and beautiful venues of Douglasville. There’s plenty to explore if you just know where to look, and the place is full of so much to discover, from a rich history and […]
Our Hardy Community
It’d be a shame to mention the community of Douglasville and not talk about the people working and living in and around it. The success of this town is written in the walls. Long standing businesses and homes where people work and […]
Film Anthropological Review – Dave
The following is an edited anthropological research review of the 1993 film, Dave. Initially written as an assignment for a course at KSU, it has since been revised. Scholars interested in anthropology and human psychology are chief among the target audience. This review […]
Film Anthropological Review – Roxanne
The following is an edited anthropological research review of the 1987 film, Roxanne. Initially this had been written as an assignment for a course at KSU, but has since been revised. The intended audience includes scholars interested in anthropology and human psychology. […]
A Professional Point of View: Interviewing Author Tony Grooms
Meet the Author The world is full of creative minds guided by various unique experiences and forms of inspiration. Anthony Grooms is one such individual whose powerful writing made waves within the literary community. Professor Grooms was born and raised in rural […]
When Writing Becomes Content by Lisa Dush – A Review by Jonathan Carpenter When I was little, I always thought of writing in simpler terms, as a form of communication, a means of self-expression, a way to tell a story. I always […]