Python Dictionary

Multimedia –  What is dictionary? When you search on google about dictionary generally, it says

a book or electronic resource that lists the words of a language (typically in alphabetical order) and gives their meaning, or gives the equivalent words in a different language, often also providing information about pronunciation, origin, and usage.”


It is the same or connect in some way hence it is called ‘python dictionaries’ it only matters on how you look at it.


Just like in the definition Python dictionaries are just like lists but not so much. Python are used in curly bracket, they are unordered and changeable, and, there is no duplicate items allows.


For examples :

thisdictionary = {

 “Occupation”: “Doctor”,

 “Age”: “18”,

 “Year of birth”: 2001



Multimedia- Python is a programming language that is commonly used for developing desktop and web applications. Moreover, Python is designed with the feature to assist with the process of data analysis and visualization. Python is found to use for web programmings like Django, Zope, Google App Engine, and much more. In the same way, they are also used in desktop application such as Blender 3D and even for pygames.

During Multimedia/Technology class is in process of learning rules and the basic form of Python such as :

If statement-

a = 33

b = 200

if b > a:

 print(“b is greater than a”)


Elif statement-

a = 33

b = 33

if b > a:

 print(“b is greater than a”)

elif a == b:

 print(“a and b are equal”)


Else statement-

a = 200

b = 33

if b > a:

 print(“b is greater than a”)


 print(“a is greater than b”)


For loop-

foods = [‘chicken’, ‘pizza’,  ‘soup’]
for food in foods:       
  print Current foods :, food


Break statement-

foods = [‘chicken’, ‘pizza’,  ‘soup’]
for food in foods:       
  if x == pizza:



Continue statement-

foods = [‘chicken’, ‘pizza’,  ‘soup’]
for food in foods:       
  if x == pizza:




Range Function-

for i in range(100):



Want to see the result?

Try it yourself!


In this class, Cindy taught us about a basic lesson on how does camera work and how to adjust the setting such as :

Exposure- Determines how light or dark your photo will be

Shutter speed- Affects how motion is captured

Aperture- Affects depth of field

ISO-Affects image noise

And there is two type of camera which are DSLR and Mirrorless

Resource: Know, Now You. “Why You Should Hold off on Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Cameras over DSLRs.” Techly, 23 Jan. 2014,

Here are some photos :

This photo was taken during a school trip.


Yeak loum Lake in Cambodia


On top of Preah Vihear mountain in Cambodia
Mangroves forest, Koh Kong, Cambodia

Thank you for reading and comment below some photo I will gladly see it.

Digital Design

As the world keeps on developing, technology has made histories and effect every corner of the world. World War 2 is an example of using technology in a way to conquer the world, and health care, construction, education have required the help of technology.

This year we started to learn about Multimedia and Technology. Cindy (our teacher) taught us how to do research efficiently, by just identified and categorized the source to two main sources:

Primary Source: Diary, Recording or any type of sources that happened during that event
Secondary Source: Review, Magazine (possible), biography or any type of sources that are not experienced in the first-hand

Credit: Comidoc
Credit: Photofocus





After the research, she taught us, how to use Adobe Indesign, Lightroom, and photoshop.