The album name is 10-29-2014 Alternative Processes- make sure to make an additional folder in your "original images" folder.
Create a contact print in iPhoto of all of your photographs and print out to turn in alongside your reflection.
You will save your work as lastname-firstname-alternative1.jpg, last name-firstname-alternative2.jpg, lastname-firstname-alternative3.jpg
When you are done with your project, you will put your three jpgs in the 10-30-2014 Alternative Processes folder in the Common Drive under your period # 10-30-2014 Alternative Processes.
Answer the following questions in paragraph form and in complete sentences on the back of your contact print:
1. What style of photographic processing are you emulating in your photographs?
2. What was the process used by the photographer at that time to make that process that you are emulating- chemicals, materials used, time involved, type of photographic equipment?
3. How specifically did you emulate that style in your editing? Tell me specifically what computer programs you used, what steps and tools you used, and how you used them.
4. What photographer did you choose to emulate? How specifically did your photographs recreate the style the photographer?
Graded out of 16 points:
4 points: reflection done in complete sentences and paragraph form, contact sheet printed w/ 24 photos
4 points: 3 chosen photographs well focused, in the style of the photographer, well composed
4 points: Photoshop/ editing work done in the style of the photographic process, good craftsmanship
4 points: Time on task, citizenship, photos saved properly as lastname-firstname-alternative1,2,3
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