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CLOSE-UP PHOTO ASSIGNMENT

CLOSE-UP AND MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY
"Sometimes, the smallest of things can be just as inspiring as the biggest, but when did you last stop and really look at what's around? From the tiniest insect to the patterns on a leaf, starting to see things through different eyes can put a whole new spin on the world around us. Macro and close up photography is a great way to start appreciating the little things in life, and you don't need a fancy camera to get involved either. Armed with nothing more than your standard iPhone, you can start enjoying the fun of macro photography today."
LINDA BROWN -CHIEF EDITOR filmora.wondershare.com


STEP 1: Read iPhone Macro and Close-up Photography Tips
STEP 2: Read "HOW TO TAKE BEAUTIFUL NATURE CLOSE-UP PHOTOS ON THE iPhone"
STEP 3: Watch "HOW TO SHOOT A CLOSE-UP PHOTO ON iPHONE" (30 sec)
STEP 4: Watch"TAKE BETTER SHOTS WITH YOUR iPHONE" (6 min)

STEP 5: USE YOUR PHONE OR A DIGITAL CAMERA TO SHOOT MULTIPLE AWESOME CLOSE-UP IMAGES. LOOK FOR OBJECTS IN, OR AROUND, THE HOUSE & ENVIRONMENT AND SHOOT PHOTOS USING THE TECHNIQUES MENTIONED IN THE ARTICLES AND VIDEOS ABOVE. (I am not requiring a minimum number of images -or a proofsheet. I trust that you will keep shooting, making technical and compositional adjustments, until you have two CLOSE-UP images that are AWESOME!)

TIPS FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT:
•Find an interesting objects and shoot interesting close up photos using beautiful light & composition.
•Get close, but make sure your camera can focus at that distance -make sure your subject is FOCUSED!
•Stay steady.
•Keep it simple -make sure there is nothing growing out of the subject -this will ruin the effect.
•Use your imagination when creating your photos -Composition! 
•Experiment with camera angles until the scene shows the elements in the most pleasing balance.

FINAL PRODUCT: SUBMIT 2 AMAZING CLOSE-UP images in Google Classroom.
Pick your two best close-ups.
•Use your phone app to crop your images.
•Adjust the tonal and color balance using your in-camera app -or create effects using 3rd party camera apps.
•Submit your cropped and adjusted images in the Google Classroom folder.
No proofsheet is required.
You do not have to put images on backgrounds...
•I have attached an online Google Rubric with the assignment.
•I will fill out the rubric to provide you with formative assessment on you images.


HAVE SOME FUN WITH THIS -USE YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY AS A DISTRACTION FROM BEING TRAPPED INSIDE DURING SHELTER IN PLACE!

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