1. Create at least three a€? stock images. a€? You may wish to browse a stock site online to see the types of images that are popular. For example, you might take a picture of a person cooking or a picture of a food item. 2. Early photographers took portraits of people. Practice taking portraits of someone. Submit at least two portrait photographs of the person. 3. The ability to create a color photograph was an important point in the history of photography. Practice taking some color photographs. Submit three of your favorite color photographs. 1.
Practice taking some nighttime photographs using what you learned in the unit. Submit two of the photographs that you took. 2. Find a scene or object that youa€™d like to photograph. Take the photograph using three different modes on your camera (even ones that wouldna€™t be ideal for the photograph, such as a landscape mode for a macro shot). Identify which modes you used when you submit the photographs. 3. Take several photographs of the same scene, but change the aperture setting for each photograph. Submit three photographs with different aperture settings. Be sure to note which settings you used. ) 4. Take several photographs of the same moving object, but change the shutter speed setting for each photograph (the object could be players on a soccer field, a waterfall, a pet, etc. ). Submit three photographs with different shutter speed settings. Be sure to note which shutter speed settings you used. 5. Choose one camera mode and practice taking photographs that the mode is best used for. Submit three photographs that you took using the particular mode. The photographs do not need to be of the same subject. 1.
Practice using the Rule of Thirds to compose some photographs. Submit three of the photographs that you think best illustrate the Rule of Thirds. 2. Practice using the guideline of filling the frame. Submit three photographs that you think best illustrate this guideline. 3. Practice taking pictures of lines. Compose photographs that contain at least one horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line. Use the guidelines to help you compose a good photograph with the lines. Submit three of the photographs that you feel best use lines. 4. Practice taking some photographs from new perspectives.
Submit three photographs that you feel best illustrate this guideline. 5. Instead of following the various composition guidelines, deliberately break them. Take two pictures of the same scene: one in which you follow the rules of composition and one in which you deliberately break the rule. Submit at least two sets of photographs (four photos total of two different scenes). 1. Choose one scene or object to photograph. Take at least three photographs of this scene at three different times of day. Be sure to note the times of day that you choose.
Write a brief response about how the light changed in the photograph. 2. Take photographs of someone using frontlighting, backlighting, and sidelighting. You can use the sun or other lighting. 3. Practice taking photographs on a cloudy or rainy day. Turn in three of your favorites from that practice. 4. Take some portrait photographs using a reflector. (Remember that white paper, poster board, sheets, or a wall can all act a reflector. ) Practice moving the subject in different positions relative to the reflector. Turn in three of your favorite photographs. . Practice taking photographs in different lighting conditions (indoors and outdoors, different times of day, different weather, and so on) to help you better understand the impact of light on your photographs. Turn in three of your favorite photographs from your practice sessions. 1. Practice taking some photographs for conversion to black and white. When youa€™ve finished, use photo editing software to convert the images from color to black and white. Submit three of your favorite images. 2. Choose three different scenes or objects to photograph.
When youa€™ve finished, save each color image and create a copy that you will convert to black and white. Submit the three sets of photographs (one color and one black and white) of each scene. Indicate which photograph of the pair (color or black and white) that you prefer. 3. Take at least five photographs and use photo editing software to apply at least one different filter to each photograph. Submit the five photographs that youa€™ve applied a filter to. 4. Take at least ten photographs as you would if you were creating a panoramic shot.
If you have editing software that will stitch the images together, you can try it with the photographs that youa€™ve taken. Submit all of the photographs that you took for the project, showing the tips discussed in the unit. 5. Practice using a tripod or other stable foundation (rock, table, etc. ) to take photographs from. Turn in three photographs that you took using the tripod or stable foundation. 1. Practice taking portraits of people. Turn in three of your favorite portraits from your practice. 2. Take photographs of a child. (Be sure to obtain permission from the childa€™s parent(s) to do so. Turn in three of your favorite photographs of the child. 3. Take some photographs of a group (with three or more people). The group might be a family or a group of friends. Experiment with some different arrangements. Turn in two pictures that show a different arrangement of the people in the photographs. 4. Practice taking some posed photographs of someone. Experiment with different props and portrait looks. Turn in three photographs that you feel are the best. 5. Practice taking some candid shots of someone. Experiment with having the person engage in different activities.
Turn in three photographs from your practice. 1. Practice taking landscape photographs of different scenes. Submit three of your favorite landscape photographs from your practice. 2. Practice taking photographs from each of the three types of landscape photographs. Submit one example of each type of landscape photograph. 3. Chose one of the landscapes discussed in the unit and spend some time photographing in one of these location types. Submit three photographs from your practice that illustrate some of the tips for photographing in that type of landscape. 4.
Chose one location to photograph in. Photograph the scene from different angles and in different lighting. Submit five of your favorite photographs that illustrate some of these differences. 5. Practice taking landscape photographs in which you use different focal points. Submit three of your favorite photographs that use a strong focal point. 1. Practice taking macro photographs of everyday objects that you find. Submit three of your favorite photographs from your practice. 2. Choose one larger subject to photograph (this could be an animal, person, clock, or any other item).
Take macro photographs of different elements of the subject and take photographs from different perspectives. Submit three of your favorite photographs from this activity. 3. Take macro photographs of flowers, plants, or trees. If you can, try taking photographs of different species, different colors, and different forms. Submit three of your favorite photographs from this activity. 4. Practice taking macro photographs of insects, spiders, or other small creatures. If you can, try taking photographs of different species and from different perspectives.
Submit three of your favorite photographs from this activity. 5. Practice taking macro photographs of people. If you can, try to work with several different age groups/individuals. Submit three of your favorite photographs from this activity. 1. Practice taking photographs of moving subjects (people, animals, cars, etc. ) using the information from the unit to help you. Submit three of your favorite photographs. 2. Practice taking photographs of individuals playing sports (running, soccer, skiing, etc. ). If you can, try photographing several sports.
Submit three of your favorite photographs from your practice. 3. Practice panning in photographs with a moving subject using the information from the unit. Submit three photographs from your practice (Note: your moving subject may not be perfectly in focus. The important thing is to practice the technique. ) 4. Photograph some animals, either pets or wildlife. Submit three of your favorite photographs of animals. 5. Practice documentary photography. You might photograph a party, street scene, event, etc. Submit three of your favorite photographs.
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