These will be on a padlet along with a sentence or two underneath each image to tell the story.
In addition to the photographs, padlet will also include a paragraph each:
1. stating the problem,
2. why you two chose the problem,
3. what you did to photograph the story,
4. any problems/ opportunities that came up while photographing the story/ what you two learned taking the photos and doing research on the issue
5. what you two would suggest to fix the problem.
6. Link to the padlet you created with your research and original unedited photographs (must have your name on each one you did and the number 1,2,3,4)...
You will include the following images:
- Signature photo: A photo that summarizes the entire issue and illustrates essential elements of the story. Ideally, you’d be able to frame the shot to provide some context.
- Establishing or overall shot: a wide-angle shot to establish the scene. You need to give the viewer a sense of where they are going, an image that allows them to understand the rest of the story in a geographic context.
- Close-up: A detail shot to highlight a specific element of the story.
- The Clincher: A photo that can be used to close the story, one that says “the end.”
Put your finished story here:
Put your six each edited photographs in the rbv-class1 folder, 03-11-2016 Photojournalism folder, saved as lastname-firstname-journalism1.jpg, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Graded based on:
4 points: time on task, teamwork, class citizenship
4 points: quality of written story, no grammatical errors, good padlet
4 points: quality of images, all in focus, no dust in the sky, each compositional image required included
4 points: good progression of images, six images and captions per partner pair
4 points: good research on topic, photographs and stories included in presentation