Read this article on Exposure and answer the following questions in your notebook in complete sentences:
1. What does ISO stand for?
2. What does DOF stand for?
3. What does decreasing the shutter speed do?
4. What happens to the image when the ISO switches from 100 to 3200?
5. How is shutter speed measured?
6. What happens to the image when the subject is overexposed? What does it look like?
7. What happens to the image when the subject is under exposed? What does it look like?
8. What happens to the image if you press +2 on the exposure compensation on the camera?
9. What happens to the image if you press -2 on the exposure compensation on the camera?
*When you are done with your midterm portfolio and get permission from your teacher you may start this.*
You are going to work with your teammates to each create a unique work of art using the theme of "float" as originated by Salvador Dali. You will look at galleries here and here for inspiration.
Have your shutter speed set at shutter priority of 1/250th of a second or faster, and have your shooting as continuous modem. Be creative! WOW me!
In Halsman’s famous collaboration with Salvador Dali, Dali Atomicus, getting the right composition took 28 takes and 3 unhappy (but unharmed cats).
For your Midterm, you will be creating a portfolio of works that you did this semester in Powerpoint. 65% of your midterm test grade will be your powerpoint portfolio and 35% of the grade will be your test on camera operations.
Your portfolio should be original with a design from the Powerpoint templates with no animation.
Each project should be on it's own slide with a title. Do not include photos in the templates (ie 3 photo template), just by themselves (except for in the case of the color wheel). All photographs must be your original work.
The Powerpoint must include:
1. Title page (Name and Photo Imaging I at bottom. Can add photo if you would like)
2. Color self portrait
3. Name project
4. Landscape Inspired by Ansel Adams
5. Landscape inspired by Ansel Adams (second one)
6. HDR photograph
7. Panoramic Landscape
8. Portrait of person (must be your photograph and not of you)
9. Portrait of person (second one) (must be different then first one/ must not be of you)
10. Group portrait (must be your photograph- not of you)
11. Group portrait (second one) (must be different then first one and not of you)
12. Slow shutter speed (best one- include what the speed was)
13. Fast shutter speed (best one- include what the speed was)
14. Color wheel project
15. Rule of thirds project (can be what you did at start of year or if you have a more recent one you like)
16. Framing project (cana be what you did at the start of the year or if you have a more recent one you like)
18. Celebrity mask
19. Photo inspired by photographer researched (say who it is- ie Photograph inspired by Sandy Skoglund)
20. Selective color (best one)
21. Shallow depth of field photograph (ie f/3.5- could be macro shot- include the aperture on the slide)
22. Four seasons landscape
23-25. Free choice of favorite three shots that were not addressed above (each on their own slide w/a title)
26. Artist statement- how you have grown as an artist since beginning the class. Must be at least two paragraphs long. Include specific examples.
Write the following on the back of the sheet and answer them:
1. How do you format the memory card with the Nikon D80
2. How do you change the camera's ISO?
3. Why would you change the camera's ISO?
4. How do you change the camera to Aperture Priority?
5. Why would you want to use the setting Aperture Priority?
6. How do you change the camera to Shutter Speed Priority?
7. Why would you change the camera setting to Shutter Speed Priority?
8. How do you change the exposure +.5, +1, -.5, -1
9. What happens to a photo when you change the exposure by +2 and then -2?
10. Why would you use the exposure compensation to +1 or -1?
Here is the information on the Education for All Photography Contest- a chance to win a $1000 scholarship! The collaborative forces of CAAASA and F3 are behind the Education For All Photography Contest, which will award three $1000 education awards to students for their digital photos conveying, in an educational setting, these three central themes: Diversity, Collaboration, and Achievement.
CONTEST RULES:The three winners of the Education For All Contest will each be awarded a $1000 education award. Eligibility is reserved exclusively for high school juniors and seniors. The submissions are assessed according to originality, technical excellence, composition, overall impact, and artistic merit.
SUBMISSION CRITERIA:A completed application packet must be electronically submitted no later than Dec. 6, 2012, by 11:59 PM, PST, to Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost's Communications Services department through our online form. Photo submissions must not exceed 10 MB in size. CAAASA and F3 do not assume responsibility for lost, late, misdirected, and illegible entries, all of which will be disqualified.
In addition to submitting their photograph, student artists must include a statement of 200 words or less describing how their submission speaks to the messages of diversity, collaboration and/or achievement in an educational setting.
Here is the link to the winner from RBV last year!
Rancho Buena Vista High School ROP Photographic Imaging I Teacher