To access the shared drive, go to the finder icon on the bottom left of your dock- it's the blue smiley face.
Go to shared > VHSRBV-Class1 > Classroom > Teachers > 231 Moncure > Period #
You will see a selection of folders, according to the project- place your completed project in the appropriate folder so that it can be graded. Your name must be used as the file name and on the bottom right corner of your artwork otherwise it cannot be identified and you will not be able to get credit for your work.
Please resize your photographs to fit within the templates so that you do not have to transform the original and therefore distort the image. For the five image template, resize each photograph to 3- 1/4" x 2- 1/2" tall.
For the three image template, resize each photograph to 3" high x 5" wide. For the two image template, resize your photos to 4" tall x 6" wide. Be sure that you are on the background layer when moving your images over to the template. *If your images are not in landscape mode but rather in portrait mode, please see me- you will be rotating the canvas to suit your needs.*
All together you should have the following nine canvases with different photographs on each of the templates, making sure your name and period number is on the lower right side of each template and as the file name, then saved within the appropriate file folder on the shared drive:
1) 1 page of 2- 3 selective color projects (you can either use the two-image or the three-image template)
2) 1 page of the five shot challenge
3) 1 page of the aperture project (f3.5, f8, f22) (of the fence/ should see shallow space/deep space)
4) 1 page of the shutter exercise (1/30th of a second, 1/80th of a second, 1/250th of a second) (motion)
5) 1 page of the exposure exercise using the worm viewpoint
6) 1 page of the exposure exercise using framing
7) 1 page of viewpoint exercises using high angle, low angle, and eye level of the same subject
8) 1 page- Composition A- of compositions using the rule of thirds, crop technique, and pattern
9) 1 page- Composition B- of composition exercises using tilting, depth, and line