Today you will be brainstorming and maybe beginning the magazine parody project. Be sure to complete the brainstorm before you move on to the tutorial. Below are the directions. I would like you to try and complete the tutorial on your own. I will be around to help you as you are working. Be sure to […]
Needed: An object that represents you or that you really like. We will be photographing it and then turning it into Pop Art, much like Andy Warhol’s work. Directions
Step 1: Make a new folder in your 2nd Q folder and call it “History of Photo”. Find a photo that you think might look interesting “antiqued”. Right click and save as… for the 3 photos below, also in that folder. Step 2: Follow the following tutorial. My Tutorial Web Tutorial The first step of […]
About Cyanotypes To do: Choose high contrast photo that you haven’t yet used. Should not have a lot of small details. Crop to 5×7. Turn it black & white. Increase the brightness & contrast. Image Adjustments > Invert Print to the Laserjet printer… NOT the photo printer.
Examples 5 Tips Upload your photos to your computer. Choose your best to edit. You may make aesthetic changes such as brightness/contrast, black and white, etc. You may not however, do any more intensive “Photoshopping”, the idea is to create the illusion compositionally. Once you have completed the editing, you may post your photo to […]
Criteria 10 – Growth Quality images – in focus (good resolution) 10 – Creativity Morphed in an unexpected, creative way 40 – Objectives 20 – Used the pinch, liquify, and smudge tools (other tools can be used as well if they add to the success of the project) to distort and morph your face 10 […]
Your Task: Find one photo that exemplifies each compositional tip in the Prezi. You may work with a partner if you would like. Arrange all of your images in a Word or Google Doc and explain why each photo is a good example of the tip it is representing. Be sure your name is at […]
Define snapshot. Define fine art photograph. What are the differences? Work with a partner to determine which photos are snapshots and which are fine art and tell me why! Write or type and print your answers. You may hand in 1 paper; just be sure both of your names are on it.
Here we go guys… our first assignment via THE BLOG!!! I have provided links to 2 articles from National Geographic. This site should be one you refer to often; it has some of the best photos and most talented photographers you will see. Both articles below give some tips and tricks for taking photos with […]
(My family and I on vacation in Boston this past August) Summer always goes by too quickly but I am SO excited to be back this year! I didn’t realize how much I missed all of you until our first day today. I am trying new things… AGAIN! I just have to keep it fresh! […]