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02•52 • field trip...

January 13, 2012  •  Leave a Comment

02•52 • field trip...

...to the California State Capitol, viewing the State Senate Chamber. In this image their teacher, Lori answers their questions about politics and politicians.

Our girls go to a small private school (K-8) with 24 students. Everything is voted on by the parents, including whether to have school or not on holidays like MLK..

 

 

ABOUT THIS PROJECT:


MoPho Info:
Capture • DROID 3
Processing • Camera Zoom Fx

This American Life • Theme of the Week • MoPho Project 52 Weeks

Creating 52 new images in 2012 for each week's TAL theme with the device I listen to the episodes on, Motorola Droid 3.

Each image for this project will be shot in 2012 and processed in phone with installed Apps. I then take it into Lightroom to add tags, title, caption and my watermark. So in essence each photo will be "straight out of camera phone" with no external image processing.

 

ABOUT THIS WEEK'S TAL EPISODE:

#424: Kid Politics
http://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/424/kid-politics
Originally aired 01.14.2011

"What if, say, the U.S.-led invasion of Grenada in 1983 had been decided, not by Ronald Reagan, but by a bunch of middle-schoolers? And what if every rule at your high school had been determined, not by teachers and administrators, but entirely by teenagers? This week, stories about whether, when it comes to governing, kids do any better than grown-ups."


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