The following presentation has some universally accepted rules of composition to make your photograph more dynamic. This is just a sampling of the many rules that are out there, but a good starting point.
Read the following article and write the answers to the below questions in your notebook-
The 18,000 wedding photograph
1. Why did the advertising agency want to use the photograph?
2. What would you have done in that situation, if an agency wanted to use your photograph?
3. Did you think the photograph in the story was worth that amount of money?
Write a creative short story in your notebook about the photograph above. The story should be at least two paragraphs long, and include who, what, where, and when. Look at clues within the photograph regarding who the girl may be, why the photographer took this picture, and where she was when the photograph was taken.
Your assignment today is to create two powerpoint slides on a photography career, as indicated by your computer number on the attached sheet. You will use the format as was done in the attached Powerpoint sample- just pull it off this website and use it for your own purposes. When you are done with your slides, you are to email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do a presentation on the various photography careers, with you presenting your specific slide.
Please transcribe this into your notebook!
When going to our photo site, there will be no talking until we get there.
You MUST stay with your team members at all times and within eye sight of the teacher.
You may not eat or drink while holding a camera or while we are together as a class.
Cameras must not go into the restrooms.
No horseplay will be tolerated.
Do not use your cell phone while out working as a team- we are still in class.
If you do not know how to adjust the camera or change it's settings, ask for help.
Do not force anything that does not move like it should. Get help.
Always have the camera strap around your neck and hold it with one or both hands.
When handing a camera to someone else, hold the camera with one hand and the strap with another. Do not totally release your hold until the other person has a good grasp with the camera.
Using camera equipment is a privilege. If you abuse these rules and procedures, you will lose your privilege to use the equipment.
Inappropriate photographic images constitute an automatic F in this class, suspension or other disciplinary action.
Rancho Buena Vista High School ROP Photographic Imaging I Teacher