Evaluating Visual Arguments

Evaluating Visual Arguments
I have something of an artistic background, so it was somewhat easier than I think it would have been for others to look at visual presentations and get something out of them. I think the skill of evaluating visual art is partially learned and partially not. It seems to me that most people are either artistic or not, and there is a very clear demarcation between the two groups. It does help quite a bit to gain experience in evaluating visual arguments. I think it would be correct to say that out class was better at surmising arguments after a few days of experience.
Personally, I like looking at artwork, whether it is photography, painting, drawing, or some other medium. I really enjoy myself when I go to art museums or art exhibitions. I have something of an artistic mind but also with a very analytical side. Evaluating visual arguments it a process of picking an image or group of images into its or their various parts and putting them together like a puzzle to find the hidden meaning.

Also, I enjoy seeing the work of my peers and finding out what sorts of arguments are important to them and how they accomplish their goals when making arguments. It was also educational to see the way people take and edit photos. One might say that I actually picked up a few tips and tricks for taking pictures in the future.

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