1. Download aperture six photo template into your template folder on your desktop by going under RESOURCES in My Big Campus. Control click on the title of the template and download linked file.
2. Open aperture template up in Photoshop and put photos into the template by moving over the thumbnail in iPhoto into the template and selecting EDIT> TRANSFORM>SCALE
3. Type underneath each photograph what the aperture and shutter speed was, according to the information in iPhoto. The assignment had you shoot at f/3.5, f/5.6, f/8, f/11, f/16 and f/22.
4. Answer questions at bottom of template regarding aperture in complete sentences and add your name and period number to the bottom right hand side of the document.
5. Once it is completed, merge layers by going to LAYERS > MERGE VISIBLE so there is only one background layer.
6. Save as format JPEG as lastname.firstname.apertureexercise in your FINISHED PROJECTS folder.
7. Open your finished projects folder, open the file in viewer, and press file > print for your copy. (it compresses the file when it is viewed in viewer versus Photoshop so it will print quicker).
8. Do the same steps for your shutter speed exercise of merging layers, saving as a JPEG and printing from viewer.
9. Upload your highest and lowest aperture photog
Work with your team to take photos using Shutter Priority.
Put your camera mode dial to S for shutter priority and your camera on a tripod.
You are going to take a series of photographs using shutter priority of the same moving object at 1/3 of a second, 1/10th of a second, 1/30th of a second, 1/60th of a second, 1/125th of a second, and 1/500th of a second.
When you return to the classroom, put your photographs on the Shutter speed 6 photo template found in My Big Campus under "resources". To download the file from press control + click where the title is and download linked file.
Put the appropriate shutter speed in order from slowest to fastest shutter speed. Indicate both shutter speed and aperture under each photograph, which you can find under "info" in iPhoto.
At the bottom of the template, answer the following questions:
1. Explanation of how you changed the camera setting to Shutter Speed
2. Explanation of what happens to the photograph when the shutter speed changes
3. Explanation of why you might want to have Shutter speed as a priority- what situations you would want to use Shutter Priority
Save the file as a photoshop file as lastname.firstname.shutterspeedexercise in your finished projects folder. Then merge layers and save as a JPEG file, print and three hole punch for your binder.
Once you are done with your template, go to My Big Campus and upload your best fast speed and slow speed photo for comparison under class discussions and answer the questions requested, specifically:
What the shutter speed and aperture is for each photo
What happens to the photograph when you use a slow shutter speed
what happens to the picture when you use a fast shutter speed
what your subjects were doing in the picture and why you chose to have them do so
What sort of things you could use a slow shutter speed for
What sort of things you would use a fast shutter speed for.
Always use 300 dpi for resolution size
Choose LARGE image size off the internet
Use the LASSO tool to select an item off of a photo
Use the MOVE tool to get one selected item from one picture to another
Choose EDIT > TRANSFORM > SCALE to change size of the selection
Change the transparency in the LAYERS palette
Read the following two articles and with your partner (in a shared Google document) create a 10 question test on copyright. Can be true/false, multiple choice, or short answer. Include the answers!
Save as Copyright Test, Last names of both partners, and period #.
Share with your partner using their google id (email@example.com) and me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Choose information that is essential to understanding copyright... not obscure details.
Use your own words!
1. Copyright Article | 2. US Copyright Office FAQ's
What can happen if copyright laws are not followed:
US family in Czech Advertisement
Copyright is not always black and white:
Shepard Fairey vs the Associated Press
Name Project- Digital Photography
In this project, you will create a document of your name, using your digital camera to find representations of the alphabet. For example, a side of a building hitting a sidewalk might make an L, or a key hole would make an O. You have to use AT LEAST four letters for the assignment- if your name is shorter, please do your first name and last initial. Take at least two separate pictures of your letters, in case one isn’t too exciting or is out of focus, etc. PLEASE NOTE that if a picture is out of focus, there is nothing you can do in Photoshop to make it in focus! You will be turning in a contact sheet as well as creating a final document.
Steps: Click open up your first photograph of your first letter in your first name in Photoshop by right clicking on the thumbnail and selecting Photoshop.
1. Using the crop tool, crop to where the letter looks best.
2. Change to black and white by going to menu, image- adjustments- desaturate.
3. Go to image- adjustments, adjust the brightness/contrast to make the letter stand out.
4. Use the move tool to move the letter to the initial blank document to make a new layer. Put the letter in the far left and title each layer in box to what each letter is.
5. Open up the second letter in Photoshop. Do the same as the above until you are done bringing over letters.
6. If you need to change the size of any of the letters, you may use the “transform” key. Use the pull down menu under “edit” and then go to “transform” then “scale”. You need to change the size to the appropriate one, then apply it by clicking on another key in the menu bar, say, the rectangular marquee key.
7. Note that if you want to make changes to any of the individual letters, you need to select the correct layer in order to be able to make them!
8. Keep saving your work as a Photoshop file- once it’s saved as a jpeg, you can’t work with it again because it will merge the layers and you won’t be able to work on it further!
9. You may want to save the individual letters after you crop them in case you need to do adjustments.
10. After you have created the document, merge all layers using layer- merge visible. Save as a jpeg titling it as your lastname.firstname.nameproject and keeping it in your finished project folder.
Originality (30 points) Time on Task (10 points) Correct Scale (20 points)
Full name (10 points) Computer work (10 points) Photography (20 points)