Make Photography folder in Progress folder
Make sub folders for each of the assigned photos
Photography Journal Google Doc – Google Classroom – move to Photography folder
Lightroom Lesson Videos
DD2’s How-to & Get to Know your Camera
Read through How-To Section from this page.
Shoot to get to know your camera using all dials and settings. Shoot the same scene with each setting on the dial and compare the EXIF Data in the Meta Panel in Bridge to understand the differences.
You will have 2-3 copies of every photo.
1. Original JPG 2. PSD if edited in Photoshop 3. Cropped JPG - 8x10 with 300 resolution & save 12 quality
5 photos a week using hashtag #snhsphoto
3 – Doors of…. 1
Set of at least 3 from a theme
###-name-doorsof.jpg ###-name-doorsof.psd ###-name-doorsof-8x10.jpg
1 – Stop Action Short Movie in Photoshop 1 2 3 4 5 6
Look up stop motion ideas. Discuss idea/needs with Murphy. Progress/Stop Motion folder. If there are multiple “scenes” put them in separate sequence folders. File names need to be in sequential order.
Folder named “Stop Action” name-stopaction.psd name-stopaction.mp4
2 – Colored Powder Explosion 1 2 3 4 5 - Student Examples
Glove/ball, bat/ball, volleyball, boxing, skateboard, bicycle
###-name-coloredpowder.jpg ###-name-coloredpowder.psd ###-name-coloredpowder-8x10.jpg
2 Needs Work
All assigned components to the assignment are present.
Half of the assigned components are present.
Not assigned components are present.
|Composition||Shows strong photographic composition Rule of thirds, leading lines, framing, unusual angle, fill the frame||Shows some element of composition, but not strongly||No composition element used|
|Contrast / Lighting||Photograph has strong contrast of blacks & whites or dark colors and light colors||Good contrast but slightly over or under exposed||Poor contrast|
|Cropping||All unwanted areas of the photograph are eliminate||Some unwanted elements in photograph||Recrop photograph|
|Focus||Excellent focus in photograph with no unintended blur||Slightly out of focus||Out of focus|
|Visual Impact/Mood||Photograph creates a dramatic image||Photograph creates a pleasing visual image||Photograph does not give mood or feeling|
|Focal Point||Obvious focal point||Contains focal point but image also contains distractions||No visible focal point|