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DEANNA NG A DAY IN MY LIFE … WHAT IS “A DAY IN MY LIFE”? • “A Day in My Life” photo stories tells us what happens in a life of the person being photographed. • We will be using Missouri Photo Workshop which photographs lives of people in Missouri as an example MISSOURI PHOTO WORKSHOP • The Missouri Photo Workshop is an annual week - long photojournalism workshop conducted by the Missouri School of Journalism in Missouri, USA since 1949. HISTORY OF MISSOURI PHOTO WORKSHOP • When the late Clifton C. Edom of the Missouri School of Journalism founded the Missouri

Photo Workshop in 1949. • The workshop still follows Cliff Edom's credo: "Show truth with a camera. Ideally truth is a matter of personal integrity. In no circumstances will a posed or faked photograph be tolerated." MISSOURI PHOTO WORKSHOP • The Missouri Photo Workshop has been traveling to a different town in Missouri since 1949. MISSOURI PHOTO WORKHOP • In the one week workshop, each participant will photograph and document a story approved by their team faculty. • We are going to look at the story “ Cutting Through Time”, photographed by Wayne Thomas done in

Moberly, Missouri for the 58 th Missouri Photo Workshop (2006) • “Cutting through Time” is a story about a barber shop operated by a brother and sister. CUTTING THROUGH TIME BY WAYNE THOMAS Rob's Barber Shop continues to make small - town Moberly marvelous. Three generations of wild hair tamers have been located on North Williams Street in a building erected in the 1890s. Rob and his sister, Kelly Forbis , are continuing this barbershop tradition. Missouri men come early and stay late, swapping stories, catching up with friends or, in the words of one patron, “...to hear what

I have been doing this week." Customers range in color, age, experience and verbosity while Rob and Kelly keep the conversations churning. The “Magic City" continues its charm thanks in part to Rob's Barber Shop. At Rob's Barber Shop tradition comes in many forms, from the equipment to the hairstyles. While a shave with the straight razor is complimentary, a trim to the beard is extra. CUTTING THROUGH TIME BY WAYNE THOMAS Patrons of the shop range from the young to the experienced and from blue collar to white. A haircut generally takes from 10 to 15 minutes unless the conversation is

exceptionally good. Then, plan for 2 hours. CUTTING THROUGH TIME BY WAYNE THOMAS The building, erected in the 1890s, has housed three generations of barbers. North Williams Street also is home to the courthouse and the local newspaper. CUTTING THROUGH TIME BY WAYNE THOMAS Rob's Barber Shop is not just a business. It is like an extended family to many in the community. Often there will be men in the shop simply to meet with old friends and to catch up on the local happenings. CUTTING THROUGH TIME BY WAYNE THOMAS When business subsides, the owner, Rob Carter, will sit in his

sister's chair for a trim. While Kelly Forbis technically works for her brother, she claims she works "with" him. Rob often jokes that he really does like working with his older sister even though she is 2 years younger than him. CUTTING THROUGH TIME BY WAYNE THOMAS When business tapers off, Kelly Forbis often spends time in the shop catching up on local news. Reading the Moberly Monitor as well as the St. Louis newspaper keeps her up on local events and news in order to converse with the patrons. CUTTING THROUGH TIME BY WAYNE THOMAS The barbershop is like a community

watering hole without the music, smoke and beverages. Many people often come in just to visit or get the update on local sports or gossip CUTTING THROUGH TIME BY WAYNE THOMAS Late morning sun creeps over the Juvenile Courthouse across the street from the barber shop. The shop does not close during lunch. Rob and Kelly take turns with lunch in order to serve the customers. CUTTING THROUGH TIME BY WAYNE THOMAS Like the patrons, footwear comes in all styles and sizes. CUTTING THROUGH TIME BY WAYNE THOMAS "I did cut it off one time. We never did that again," remembers Rob. Bernard

Keller, who has been coming in for years, often jokes with his barber about the wisp of hair remaining on the top of his head. CUTTING THROUGH TIME BY WAYNE THOMAS Moberly is in St. Louis Cardinals territory. This year the Cardinals are struggling to hang on to a lead in the pennant race, often frustrating the clientele. When the team wins, Rob shows ESPN highlights of the game on the TV, but tunes in music on the radio if they lose. CUTTING THROUGH TIME BY WAYNE THOMAS With mirrors down the length of the walls, customers can easily get a view of their new look. The mirrors seem to

symbolize full disclosure, which is what often happens at the local barbershop. COMPOSITION RULE: DEPTH OF FIELD Use Shallow Depth of Field to highlight the focus. Eg : F3.5 or F5.6 COMPOSITION RULE: FOREGROUND & BACKGROUND Background: The view of the barber shop, the chairs, the customer at the doorway. Foreground: The barber and his customer in front of the photograph COMPOSITION RULE: LANDSCAPE (OVERALL VIEW) Overall view to show location of Barber Shop COMPOSITION RULE: RULE OF THIRDS COMPOSITION RULE: SHADOW Shadow on the floor COMPOSITION RULE: SHADOW • Shadow on the

wall • Use different composition rules to make your photo story interesting COMPOSITION RULE: DETAILS • Details of the customer’s shoes • Helps in a photo essay by showing the nitty gritty things around the barber shop COMPOSITION RULE: REFLECTION Reflection COMPOSITION RULE: RULE OF THIRDS Put your subject in one of the 9 squares in the grid COMPOSITION RULE: REFLECTION Use the reflection to make the photo WRITING CAPTION • To write meaningful captions for a Photo Story, we will use the 5 Ws and 1 H to ask questions. • By writing captions, people looking at our

photos will be able to understand our photographs more. • We will use “Cutting Through Time” to demonstrate how to use the 5 Ws and 1 H. WHO IS THE OWNER OF THE BARBERSHOP? When business subsides, the owner, Rob Carter , will sit in his sister's chair for a trim. While Kelly Forbis technically works for her brother, she claims she works "with" him. Rob often jokes that he really does like working with his older sister even though she is 2 years younger than him. WHO ARE THE PATRONS? Patrons of the shop range from the young to the experienced and from blue collar to

white . A haircut generally takes from 10 to 15 minutes unless the conversation is exceptionally good. Then, plan for 2 hours. WHAT DO THE BARBERS DO WHEN THERE ARE NO CUSTOMERS? When business tapers off, Kelly Forbis often spends time in the shop catching up on local news. Reading the Moberly Monitor as well as the St. Louis newspaper keeps her up on local events and news in order to converse with the patrons. WHERE IS THE BARBER SHOP LOCATED? Rob's Barber Shop continues to make small - town Moberly marvelous. Three generations of wild hair tamers have been located on North

Williams Street in a building erected in the 1890s. Rob and his sister, Kelly Forbis , are continuing this barbershop tradition. Missouri men come early and stay late, swapping stories, catching up with friends or, in the words of one patron, “...to hear what I have been doing this week." Customers range in color, age, experience and verbosity while Rob and Kelly keep the conversations churning. The “Magic City" continues its charm thanks in part to Rob's Barber Shop. At Rob's Barber Shop tradition comes in many forms, from the equipment to the hairstyles. While a shave with the

straight razor is complimentary, a trim to the beard is extra. WHY ARE THERE BASEBALL PHOTOS IN THE BARBER SHOP? Moberly is in St. Louis Cardinals territory. This year the Cardinals are struggling to hang on to a lead in the pennant race, often frustrating the clientele. When the team wins, Rob shows ESPN highlights of the game on the TV, but tunes in music on the radio if they lose . (Note: Rob is a baseball fan and the customers are also fans) WHEN IT IS LUNCH TIME, DOES THE BARBER SHOP CLOSE? Late morning sun creeps over the Juvenile Courthouse across the street from the barber

shop. The shop does not close during lunch . Rob and Kelly take turns with lunch in order to serve the customers. HOW MANY GENERATIONS HAS THE BARBER SHOP HAD? The building, erected in the 1890s, has housed three generations of barbers. North Williams Street also is home to the courthouse and the local newspaper. THE END


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