Include in the caption of the photograph the name of the photographer, the title of the artwork, the date of the artwork, and the website that you found it from. In addition, write two-three sentences describing WHERE the element/principle is within the photograph and WHY it makes the photograph successful.
In addition to the photograph, have your note on the specific element/principle below it so that you have a photo of, say, line, description of the image with the title/date/source, and then a description of what line is from the presentation.
Other photographers you can use in addition to/instead of any of the photographers are:
Clark Little, Travis Burke, Jimmy Chin, Matt Black, Neil Leifer, Peter Lindbergh, J. Grant Brittain and Elliot Erwitt.
The title of your notes will be called "The Elements and Principles of Photography."
Make sure the photographs that you use from your photographer are high resolution (not grainy).
To right click within a website to save a photograph, use your control + mouse.
Each element & principle of art has a photograph from one of the photographers listed _____/1 point
The notes are under the appropriate image (i.e. color notes under the photo for color) _____/ 1 point
Each image has the photographer name _____ /1 point
Each image has the source that it was found _____/ 1 point
Each image has a write up about why it was that element/principle _____/ 1 point