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Discussion: Visual Form
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Your response this week is two parts:

First, in the video you watched for this module, Mouly says, “I’ve always been
captivated by how an image can — a simple drawing — can cut through the
torrent of images that we see every single day. How it can capture a
moment, how it can crystallize a social trend or a complex event in a way
that a lot of words wouldn’t be able to do — and reduce it to its essence and
turn it into a cartoon.” Does a visual image really have that much of an
impact?Do agree that it creates an impact that “words wouldn’t be
able to do”?
Second, have fun analyzing a visual image of your choice. It can be a
painting, cartoon, photograph, or even you’re an image you took on your
own. Explain:
The title/author
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The title/author
Where the original is located (on the web or a physical location)?
Why did it stand out to you and why did you selected it for analysis?
What is the meaning and does it “crystallize” a particular event or
social trend?
What does it do that words can’t?(You might even say that words
would convey MORE meaning or it has no meaning without adding
words.)
Submission
Your response must be a minimum of 250 words. You can decide how long
each section is, but the TOTAL must be at least 250 words.Please put your
response directly into your discussion reply so that fellow students can
easily read it without needing to open an attachment.
Grading
This assignment is worth 100 points and based on (1) grammar and solid
writing mechanics and (2) depth and accuracy of response.
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I believe that visual images do have a profound impact on the way
someone can perceive a scene or text. Although I believe images and
words work hand-in-hand in creating the setting, I do believe an image
leaves more up to imagination than words do. For example, you can see
this by analyzing the painting, The Mona Lisa. This famous work of art is
located in Paris at the Louvre Museum, painted by none other than
Leonardo da Vinci. This is a prime example of how a picture can say a
thousand words. Many people speculate if she is happy or upset or if
there’s more to the story than a simple woman. I chose this example
because it shows that images can be ambiguous and are typically left for
interpretation by the audience, meaning they can tell many stories. When
comparing that to words, words will generally leave the impression of
what the author wants you to think.
Further, I believe images can crystallize an event or social trend. By
crystallizing it, it will make clear or define something that is trying to be
told. Typically when pictures and images are created or inserted their
purpose is to make clear whatever story is being told. The purpose of this
is to effectively and efficiently tell a story and provoke emotion. Likewise,
words can be built off pictures and pictures can be built off words, so it
is hard to say which one is more important. I believe based on what one
finds more engaging, will determine whether you find pictures or words
to have more impact.

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Visual images can strongly influence the way that we feel and the way
that we act. I believe that visual images create a bigger impact than
words alone. Visual images can communicate feelings of different
emotions, they can provoke curiosity and even pose questions. Visual
images also cross all language barriers, where words may not.
I chose a web-based photograph by Ronald Martinez of Lebron James
hugging Kevin Love after beating the Golden State Warriors during Game
7 of the 2016 NBA Finals. Lebron James started his career in Cleveland
where he grew up with the Cleveland Cavaliers. James then went on to
join the Miami Heat. There, he did help in winning a couple NBA Finals.
Then, Lebron James was traded back to the Cleveland Cavaliers where he
promised the world that he would get a ring. He told the world what he
wanted, and he was determined to make it happen. This particular game
between the Cleveland Cavaliers vs. the Golden State Warriors was one of
the most important events in sports history. The Golden State Warriors
were up 3-1 in the seven-game series and the Cleveland Cavaliers came
back strong and won the series.
This particular photograph of Lebron James crying and hugging Kevin
Love shows his passion for the sport of basketball and how emotional it
can be to accomplish something that you dedicated so many years of
hard work into. I feel that we can all relate to this image in some way
regardless of our gender, our race or the language that we speak.
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Hope Hardeman (She/Her)
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May 31, 2022
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Hands on your hips, a pouty face, a raised eyebrow. What do all of these
things have in common? They’re word-less, anyone who says words
means more than images… couldn’t be farther from the truth. even texting
has evolved to use emojis to have certain imagery to it. Images create
feelings of raw live emotion.
The picture sits nicely in the palm of my hand, me and 3 other individuals
who I can’t deny have changed my life, for better or worse. We sit in the
photo booth posing and taking silly pictures. now looking back I see a
glimpse of hope towards the boy I’m sitting on, a story which would go on
to dramatize me and shift my way of fairytale thinking, my sister and best
friend who would soon leave me for the excitement of ship and guns
would go to the military and the other bright-eyed guy would become my
life long best friend as his twin brother followed in my sister’s footsteps.
Pictures don’t just tell where you’ve been but, also start the path to where
you are going, so one day you can look back at them and be thankful you
aren’t in the same place as before. I selected this picture because it
officially marked the day when my life went downhill, and I had to
officially learn to love myself. It not only makes me realize that time
heals, but also that people and feelings change. This photo plastered on
my wall is a reminder to me that I am enough, and to fall in love when I’m
ready, not lonely.
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Breanna Beck (https://canvas.fscj.edu/courses/56268/users/115445)
May 31, 2022
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My answer to the question does a visual image makes much of an impact
is yes. A visual picture allows a person to make up their own opinion of
what is going on based on what they see and how they interpret the
picture. When you have only words and no picture, you can only really
know the scene as described. So, you are getting the writer’s take on the
situation not your own.
I do agree that a visual picture creates an impact more than words. It
allows us to see the event or situation. which in turn allows us to interpret
the way we understand the picture. Two people can see the same picture
and get two different thoughts or ideas about what is going on in the
picture. We can put our spin on the event and not have to only take the
creator’s opinion.
The image I chose is “a friend in need” By Cassius Marcellus Coolidge.
The original painting was last seen in an auction in 2015. But
reproduction copies are available online. The reason I chose it is
because there are many different thoughts on this picture. Some people
only see the dogs playing poker some see the goofiness of the painting. I
see the friendship between the different dogs, especially between the
two that is cheating. What a lot of people do not know is it was an
advertisement for cigars. It shows that something as simple as an ad can
become so much more than it was supposed to have become because
people put their thoughts on the painting.
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Michael Bratz (He/Him)
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I do believe that an image can have a tremendous amount of impact on
an individual with one exception. The image has to be able to be
understood by the viewer. In the Ted talk we were shown images that
reflected the political climate of the United States. The impact that it has
to be me is not the same of one that would happen to someone that is a
citizen of another country. I believe that as longer as the target audience
is reached an image does create an impact that word’s simply cannot do.
For this exercise I chose to analyze the album art of The Clash’s ”
London Calling” album. This image can be seen in various locations on
the web but the original photograph is located at the Museum of London
along with the smashed bass guitar from that iconic photo. I wanted to
further look into this album art as it was one of the first things that
popped into my head when asked to look into an image. It is one of my
favorite albums and has a large impact to music as a whole. This image
in particular crystallizes the event that the photo was taken at. It shows a
frustrated Paul Simonon at a show where the fans were being forced to
remain seated during the concert. Towards the end of the show the
photographer noticed a visibly frustrated Simonon and started to back
away slowly a was able to immortalize a perfectly timed photo. This photo
shows the viewer the frustration of the youth of a generation without the
need to speak one word which is why it will go down as one of the best
album covers of all time.
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Discussion: Visual Form
Write
Your response this week is two parts:
First, in the video you watched for this module, Mouly says, “I’ve always
been captivated by how an image can — a simple drawing — can cut
through the torrent of images that we see every single day. How it can
capture a moment, how it can crystallize a social trend or a complex
event in a way that a lot of words wouldn’t be able to do — and reduce
it to its essence and turn it into a cartoon.” Does a visual image really
have that much of an impact?Do agree that it creates an impact
that “words wouldn’t be able to do”?
Second, have fun analyzing a visual image of your choice. It can be
a painting, cartoon, photograph, or even you’re an image you took on
your own. Explain:
The title/author
Where the original is located (on the web or a physical location)?
Why did it stand out to you and why did you selected it for
analysis?
What is the meaning and does it “crystallize” a particular event or
social trend?
What does it do that words can’t?(You might even say that words
would convey MORE meaning or it has no meaning without adding
words.)
Submission
6/11/22, 9:38 PM
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Your response must be a minimum of 250 words. You can decide how
long each section is, but the TOTAL must be at least 250 words.
Please put your response directly into your discussion reply so that
fellow students can easily read it without needing to open an
attachment.
Grading
This assignment is worth 100 points and based on (1) grammar and
solid writing mechanics and (2) depth and accuracy of response.
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