With the weather turning colder, here are some tips to shooting outside, keeping your camera dry and exposing for snow. Click on the pictures for more detailed notes.
Assignment due October 27. Forced perspective is a photographic optical illusion that takes advantage of depth perception and camera placement to make two or more objects look different than they would in reality. Forced perspective in photography is made possible by the single lens of the camera. Unlike your eyes, which work in tandem to create … Continue reading Assignment #6 – Creating Forced Perspective
Assignment #5 due October 20. Using photography, how does one make the ordinary, extraordinary? One way is to change the angle from which the subject is shot. Show the viewer a different side of something they are used to seeing in a certain way. We will go over examples of photographs shot at different angles … Continue reading Assignment #5 – Alternate Perspectives
Assignment #4 due October 13. This is an in-class assignment. On October 7, students will get to go outside and take pictures of subjects in various categories, while still utilizing rules of composition. They will select their best photograph from the day and email before class. Worksheet can be printed from here:photo-scavenger-hunt Categories listed … Continue reading Assignment #4 – Photography Scavenger Hunt