Monday, August 07, 2006

Photochopping 4 Dummies

Tired of your nine to five drudgery? Do you envy those beautiful jet set types who flit from place to place around the globe, always where the action is?
Do you have absolutely no morals or scruples whatsoever?
Does the thought of being able to manipulate public opinion give you a big fat chubby? Were you on the stagecrew in high school or college? Do you have a flar for the dramatic?
Do you have rudimentary computer skills?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then it's time to consider a career in "Mass Media Propaganda"!

Reuters News Service and Associated Press are always looking for a few good hacks. (Reuters, a name you can trust. "When We Don't Like the News-We Create It!")
Both major news organizations are sponsoring a special online school for those who might just have the stuff great photojournalists are made of. But this field isn't just for anybody- Oh no, sirree. You must have the right skills in composition and elementary Photoshop to be a real live news propagandist.
Access to a digital camera helps too.

In the course "Mass Media Propaganda" you'll learn all the needed skills in demand at any major news outlet. Don't just sit on the sidelines, wishing you could be in the thick of cultural upheaval. Make the news of tomarrow-today! Don't let the facts and ethics stand in the way of you soon becoming one of the stellar opinionmakers of our times. Once you know all the tricks, tweaks and insider info you too can be a stringer for a major news organization, hustling from one major global hotspot and tragedy to another, manufacturing outrage at a moment's notice!

Just view this simple online tutorial in basic Photoshop (a key component in any photog's toolbag!) as taught by Professor D. Frogman and see for yourself how easy a career in modern news photojournalism can be!

Do it now!

Operators are standing by!


HT: The Lovely, as aways, ( but her new blog pic sucks, imo)-Michelle.

1 Comments:

Blogger Patrick Joubert Conlon said...

Snap!

8/07/2006 10:56 AM  

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