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Wild William, 42, of Statesboro, Ga. grimaces while awaiting the balloon popping. Many kids in the audience cheer and chant during the show at The Garden Matters Festival on March 29, 2015.  (JOUR 3333/Ilyssa Johnson)

Wild William, 42, of Statesboro, Ga. grimaces while awaiting the balloon popping. Many kids in the audience cheer and chant during the show at The Garden Matters Festival on March 29, 2015. (JOUR 3333/Ilyssa Johnson)

A dad and son take a break from the experiments to role around in the grass. The son’s giggles are heard by everyone at The Garden Matters Festival on March 29, 2015. (JOUR 3333/Ilyssa Johnson)

A dad and son take a break from the experiments to role around in the grass. The son’s giggles are heard by everyone at The Garden Matters Festival on March 29, 2015. (JOUR 3333/Ilyssa Johnson)

Mom and daughter, Angela, 30, (left) and Sarah Beth, 3, (right) of Statesboro, Ga. watch closely as the plastic bag expands. The pair experimented during The Garden Matters Festival on March 29, 2015. Sarah Beth was especially curious about what she saw. She gasps as the bag pops shortly after the photo is taken.(JOUR 3333/Ilyssa Johnson)

Mom and daughter, Angela, 30, (left) and Sarah Beth, 3, (right) of Statesboro, Ga. watch closely as the plastic bag expands. The pair experimented during The Garden Matters Festival on March 29, 2015. Sarah Beth was especially curious about what she saw. She gasps as the bag pops shortly after the photo is taken.(JOUR 3333/Ilyssa Johnson)

Events- Nicole Travis

On March 28, Georgia State came to compete at the Southern SendFest Competition held at the RAC climbing wall. Climbing club member, Andrew Mathis, 22, is searching for his next foothold to continue in the competition. (JOUR 3333/ Nicole Travis)

On March 28, Georgia State came to compete at the Southern SendFest Competition held at the RAC climbing wall. Climbing club member, Andrew Mathis, 22, is searching for his next foothold to continue in the competition. (JOUR 3333/ Nicole Travis)

Andrew Mathis, 22, is an experienced climber at Georgia State. On March, 28, he competed in the SendFest Competition at the RAC. He said that rock climbing is a strength and endurance building sport. He really enjoys competing and was stoked to be able to climb the wall at Georgia Southern. (JOUR 3333/ Nicole Travis)

Andrew Mathis, 22, is an experienced climber at Georgia State. On March, 28, he competed in the SendFest Competition at the RAC. He said that rock climbing is a strength and endurance building sport. He really enjoys competing and was stoked to be able to climb the wall at Georgia Southern. (JOUR 3333/ Nicole Travis)

Georgia Southern climbing member, Shane Welsh, was representing Georgia Southern at the SendFest Bouldering Competition held at the Recreational Activities Center on March, 28. He is determined to find the best next foothold in the quickest amount of time. (JOUR 3333/ Nicole Travis)

Georgia Southern climbing member, Shane Welsh, was representing Georgia Southern at the SendFest Bouldering Competition held at the Recreational Activities Center on March, 28. He is determined to find the best next foothold in the quickest amount of time. (JOUR 3333/ Nicole Travis)

Assignment 4: Events Package (James Braswell)

Georgia Tech Circle K members Jordan Lee, 21, of Atlanta, Ga. (right) and Naser Rahman, 20, of Queens, N.Y. (left), dispose of wet hay from one of several paddocks. Lee and Rahman did not enjoy the smell, but were determined to finish the job.

Georgia Tech Circle K members Jordan Lee, 21, of Atlanta, Ga. (right) and Naser Rahman, 20, of Queens, N.Y. (left), dispose of wet hay from one of several paddocks at the Heart of Dixie Equine Rescue in Brooklet, Ga. on March 28, 2015. Lee and Rahman did not enjoy the smell, but were determined to finish the job. (JOUR 3333/James Braswell)

Circle K International members Shannon Feeney, 20, of Orlando, Fl. (left), Racheile Ricklefs, 22, of Elizabethtown, Ky. (center), and Claire Wells, 19, of Macon, Ga. (right), discuss what types of brushes they will be using to groom the horses later in the afternoon. The three spent most of the morning cleaning the brushes and dividing the brushes by horse.

Circle K International members Shannon Feeney, 20, of Orlando, Fl. (left), Racheile Ricklefs, 22, of Elizabethtown, Ky. (center), and Claire Wells, 19, of Macon, Ga. (right), discuss what types of brushes they will be using to groom the horses later in the afternoon of March 28, 2015. The three spent most of the morning cleaning the brushes and dividing the brushes by horse at the Heart of Dixie Equine Rescue in Brooklet, Ga.. (JOUR 3333/James Braswell)

Resident of Heart of Dixie Equine Rescue, Sailor, looks on as members of Georgia Circle K International clean up her paddock. It’s the first time her living quarters have been clean since last summer. When asked to comment, she said, "Neigh!"

Resident of Heart of Dixie Equine Rescue, Sailor, of Brooklet, Ga. looks on as members of Georgia Circle K International clean up her paddock on March 28, 2015. It’s the first time her living quarters have been clean since last summer. When asked to comment, she said, “Neigh!” (JOUR 3333/James Braswell)

Event Package Assignment ~ Amber Gordon

As the day begins to slowly wind down, Georgia State Rocking Climbing Club member, Jonah Gibby, right, begins scaling the rockwall as participants and climbing enthusiasts watch on from below during Southern SendFest at the Georgia Southern University Recreational Activities Center on March 28. Competitors frequently offered words of encouragement to all climbers and often gave tips and helping hands whenver they could during the regional competition. (JOUR 3333/ Amber Gordon)

As the day begins to slowly wind down, Georgia State Rocking Climbing Club member, Jonah Gibby, right, begins scaling the rock-wall as participants and climbing enthusiasts watch on from below during Southern SendFest at the Georgia Southern University Recreational Activities Center on March 28. Competitors frequently offered words of encouragement to all climbers and often gave tips and helping hands whenever they could during the regional competition. (JOUR 3333/ Amber Gordon)

Georgia State Rocking Climbing Club member, Zeek Bryant, searches for the next potential foothold as he scales the Georgia Southern rock climbing wall at the Georgia Southern University Recreational Activities Center durng the Southern SendFest on March 28. Numerous rock climbing competitors from across the South East put their skills to the test during SendFest as they attempted to climb to the designated spot on the wall in the shortest amount of time. (JOUR 3333/ Amber Gordon)

Georgia State Rock Climbing Club member, Zeek Bryant, searches for the next potential foothold as he scales the Georgia Southern rock climbing wall at the Georgia Southern University Recreational Activities Center during the Southern SendFest on March 28. Numerous rock climbing competitors from across the South East put their skills to the test during SendFest as they attempted to climb to the designated spot on the wall in the shortest amount of time. (JOUR 3333/ Amber Gordon)

Georgia Southern Climbing Club member, Shane Walsh, folds his chalk-covered hands behind his back as he watches fellow rock-wall climbers ascend the bouldering wall during Southern SendFest at the Georgia Southern University Recreational Activities Center on March 28. Chalk powder is used by most climbers, both professional and novice, and according to Walsh, "can be the deciding factor between getting up to the next notch and falling flat on your back." (JOUR 3333 / Amber Gordon)

Georgia Southern Climbing Club member, Shane Walsh, folds his chalk-covered hands behind his back as he watches fellow rock-wall climbers ascend the bouldering wall during Southern SendFest at the Georgia Southern University Recreational Activities Center on March 28. Chalk powder is used by most climbers, both professional and novice, and according to Walsh, “can be the deciding factor between getting up to the next notch and falling flat on your back.” (JOUR 3333 / Amber Gordon)

Events Assignment now due April 7

Since so many of you seem to have conflicts this weekend, I’m pushing the deadline of the Events Assignment to Tuesday, April 7 at 5:30. That way, if you really struggled this weekend, you will get a couple more opportunities.

That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try to shoot this weekend. The events this weekend are good opportunities to tell visual stories. That’s why I wanted you to try your best to shoot something.

An event you might consider shooting: the new Zaxby’s on Chandler Rd. is opening Monday. They are kicking it off with a ribbon cutting at 10:00 a.m., but that’s not what I’m interested in having you shoot. They are offering free meals to the first 100 customers. It’s going to be crazy. Can you show us the crowd and give us a clue about why this restaurant is newsworthy – in a non-redundant 3-picture package? You’ll really have to practice visual variety if you want to do this one, but you might be able to come up with something compelling if you adequately work the situation. If you would rather be in line with your fellow students, don’t bother trying to shoot this. Either cover it for class or participate – not both.

Next Friday (April 3) is the monthly First Friday event in downtown Statesboro. It’s usually a little family-oriented get-together to show off downtown businesses. They have booths, activities, and usually some kind of entertainment. Some First Friday’s are better than others for photographs, but it might be worth checking out.

Next Saturday (April 4) is the first Statesboro Mainstreet Farmers Market of the year. It’s located in the Synovus – Sea Island Bank parking lot in downtown Statesboro. You should definitely be able to put together an interesting 3-picture package from this.

Again, if anyone knows of anything else going on, contact me so I can help decide if it’s something good to cover for this assignment.

For next class – remember to bring cameras. We WILL be shooting! Contact me if you need to check one out.

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