Tag Archives: cameras

On Camera: Did they really do that?

News broadcasters may seem to work effortlessly in front of the camera, but that’s just because I, along with everyone else, are simply distracted by their seeming appearance of confidence and flawlessness. Continue reading

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Hitting the ground running

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After our 6:50 a.m. wake up [: ( ], i wasn’t sure what to expect on my first day with the Greene team. After breakfast at the Student Activities Center, we made our way to the newsroom, the place where we’ll spend most of our time here at Stony Brook. As I walked into the newsroom, I was amazed. Continue reading

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Disclaimer: Broadcast team not responsible for lost souls

You know the old superstition that cameras steal your souls? Well, let’s just say that was the least of my worries about getting in front of a camera. Continue reading

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Cameras on Cameras

Interviewing people for our story on summer high school research programs; misusing the autofocus button. Continue reading

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How do you turn this thing on?

Photography has never really been important or fascinating to me. I never really understood how people could spend their whole lives behind a camera until now. Continue reading

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Interesting angles

Tweet Yesterday – writing, blogging, a press conference and a lesson on shooting things from interesting angles. But most importantly… …we were let near the cameras!

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