To use: leading lines, framing, rule of thirds, and repetition to bring attention to the subject of your photograph. To use the appropriate ISO for your lighting conditions.
Set the camera to Shutter Priority mode. Set the shutter speed to 1/125 of a second.
You can use your cell phone or other point and shoot camera at home for one of these pictures. The others need to be taken a school with the school camera.
Take a variety of photographs that illustrate: leading lines, framing, rule of thirds and repetition.
Create four labeled 5in x 7in or 8in x 10in (horizontal or vertical) - native resolution (leave the file the resolution it is, leave the resolution box blank when using the crop tool) digital files. Apply the basic file prep procedures to each picture. Name the file what it is an example of (example: leading lines.psd, framing.psd, rule of thirds.psd, and repetition.psd).
Create a folder in your "Photo" folder named "yourlastnamecomp". Put the 4 layered Photoshop files in it. Also, save jpg versions and put them in a labeled gallery on your website.
Include annotation, assignment contact sheet and research contact sheet. The the class website for additional information.
Watch THIS for a basic overview of ISO, APERTURE, and SHUTTER SPEED.
Watch THIS about ISO and THIS about EXPOSURE. Use what you think would be the correct ISO that will help you achieve good exposure in your particular lighting conditions.
Spend some time experimenting with different ISO setting. Notice how the ISO effects the aperture if you are shooting in shutter priority mode.
Pick a subject. Shoot three pictures of it without moving or refocusing. Shoot one shot at normal ISO (the one I write on the whiteboard) and one with the highest ISO number and one with the lowest ISO number. Open all three in Photoshop. Notice the similarities and differences.
Turn in 4 new files: Example of leading lines, framing, rules or thirds, and repetition. Put them in a labeled gallery on your website.
Include annotation, assignment contact sheet and research contact sheet.
All photos you turn in for all assignments need to be new pictures specifically taken for the current assignment.
More info about turning in your assignment HERE. Do this for all assignments.
Did you follow the instructions? Is this your very best work? Are the pictures properly exposed and in focus? Are they straight? Do they have an interesting center of interest?
Photo Rubric HERE