RETURN TO SECOND SEMESTER ASSIGNMENTS
RETURN TO ADV. PHOTO ASSIGNS
FAVORITE TECHNIQUE -STUDENTS EXAMPLES
"FAVORITE TECHNIQUE" ASSIGNMENT
During the year, you've probably discovered that you enjoy some photography techniques more than others. This may be because a perticular technique fits the way you "see," or you've enjoyed success when using a specific approach.
WHAT TO DO
•Create two AMAZING images that use one or more of your favorite photography techniques (something you’ve learned in class this year).
•It could be a technique you really enjoyed, such as light, composition (rule of thirds), unusual angle or perspective, repetition of shape, use of line, subframing, freeze, blur, shallow or deep depth of field, abstract, moments, color, light painting or Prisma…
•You can also use any Photoshop editing technique(s) you’ve learned, such as changing your image into black and white, using the history brush, hue & saturation, or combining elements from different photos to create something unique.
Step 1• LOOK AT THE "FAVORITE TECHNIQUES" SLIDESHOW (below)
WHAT IS IMPORTANT -You can shoot using any of the techniques above, or another technique not mentioned. Creativity is the key for this assignment. Use the photography technique(s) you enjoy to showcase the skills, talent and artistic vision that you’ve cultivated this year.
Step 2• SHOOT USING YOUR FAVORITE TECHNIQUES
WHAT TO DO -Shoot multiple images exploring your "Favorite" photography technique(s). There is no minimum number of photos that you need to shoot, that should be driven by your expectations and your creativity. Use your photography skills and knowledge of composition & light when making these images. You can use your phone or a DSLR, but you must shoot these photos for this assignment –please do not use photos you have already shot.
Step 3• SUBMIT IMAGES IN GOOGLE CLASSROOM
SUBMIT TWO "FAVORITE TECHNIQUE" images in Google Classroom.
•Pick your two best "FAVORITE TECHNIQUE" photos.
•Use Photoshop, or your phone's in-camera photo app to crop your images.
•Adjust the tonal and color balance..
•Submit your cropped and adjusted images in the Google Classroom folder.
•No proofsheet is required.
•You do not have to put images on backgrounds...
TITLE YOUR SUBMISSIONS: