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Shorthorn photographer Casey Holder wrote:

Architecture and city planning graduate student Milad Fereshtehnezhad submitted a plan to that was approved by the Arlington Urban Design Center to redesign the Mesquite street side of the Arlington Public Library. Work is currently underway.

Photography isn’t just about taking a pretty picture, it’s also about telling a story. The key is to compose the photo in a way that encompasses all the elements of the story without the photo becoming cluttered and messy. In this photo you get the subject and “Arlington Urban Design Center” in the foreground. In the back you get the different city plans hanging on the wall. This tells you that the story has something to do with architecture and the Arlington Urban Design Center. Right there you already get half of the story without having to read the cutline.
The key in story telling is composition. Without good execution you leave a lot of people with unanswered questions.

Shorthorn photographer Casey Holder wrote:

Architecture and city planning graduate student Milad Fereshtehnezhad submitted a plan to that was approved by the Arlington Urban Design Center to redesign the Mesquite street side of the Arlington Public Library. Work is currently underway.

Photography isn’t just about taking a pretty picture, it’s also about telling a story. The key is to compose the photo in a way that encompasses all the elements of the story without the photo becoming cluttered and messy. In this photo you get the subject and “Arlington Urban Design Center” in the foreground. In the back you get the different city plans hanging on the wall. This tells you that the story has something to do with architecture and the Arlington Urban Design Center. Right there you already get half of the story without having to read the cutline.

The key in story telling is composition. Without good execution you leave a lot of people with unanswered questions.

(Source: theshorthorn.com)


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Shorthorn photographer Richard Hoang wrote,

Marketing sophomore Destiny Price, left, rehearses her dialogue before being filmed for a new promotional video for UTA on Monday in the Architecture Courtyard. The video will be used as the new welcome video that will be shown to prospective students. 

With over 33,000 students, 10 different schools and colleges and over 180 degrees programs, it is impossible for every student to see everything going on everyday.  Luckily, The Shorthorn has its photographers prowling the campus looking for everyday slices of life.  Photographer Richard Hoang found this gem while walking around the Architecture Courtyard.

Shorthorn photographer Richard Hoang wrote,

Marketing sophomore Destiny Price, left, rehearses her dialogue before being filmed for a new promotional video for UTA on Monday in the Architecture Courtyard. The video will be used as the new welcome video that will be shown to prospective students. 

With over 33,000 students, 10 different schools and colleges and over 180 degrees programs, it is impossible for every student to see everything going on everyday.  Luckily, The Shorthorn has its photographers prowling the campus looking for everyday slices of life.  Photographer Richard Hoang found this gem while walking around the Architecture Courtyard.