LeAnn Mae Racoma Resume

I used Adobe’s Photoshop to edit these photos. The first picture is the original photo. The second picture is edited to fit for a website as a 178 kb photo. The third picture is edited to fit for an electronic use, like a InDesign pamphlet. And the fourth picture is edited for an electronic use with a filter on the photo.

For this project, I used ease.ly, a website where you could create and share visual ideas online. The first infographic compares and contrast the difference between macaroons and macarons. The second infographic gives a list of the different things you could run out of while baking and gives a ingredient substitute. All the photos used are from the website and the information was gather from the websites down on the photo.

I used Adobe’s InDesign to create a two-page document about the history of cookies.

For this project, I used Audacity to edit my podcast. I recorded all audio on my iPhone 5s. The background music is bensound.com. Uploaded on YouTube for easy access. News story influenced from Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.

For this project, I used Adobe’s Premiere Pro to edit this video about making cookies and cream truffles. I took the photos and videos on my iPhone 5s. Then uploaded the video on YouTube.

For my Mass Communication 63 class, New Media, I had to run a blog for the whole semester. The blog had to be centered on one topic and mine was cookies. Please visit the website and enjoy.


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