them onto a Padlet along with technical information and a brief description of how each differs, and including an example from the web of a deep depth of field photo and a shallow depth of field photo with what you think the
technical information should be, based on your notes and what you are learning. Here are the steps:
1. Download your photos into the Mac’s Photo application
2. Create a new folder on your desktop called “Aperture”
3. Dragging that folder into your Google drive in the “Photos” folder as backup
4. Do any editing of your choice of the best photo of f/stop (f/1.8, f/8 and f/16). Artist's choice on editing, can be black and white, very colorful, etc. Please be sure all the horizons are straight by going to the "crop" tool in
Photos and straightening it out.
5. Rename each edited one of the boxes as
lastname-firstname-shallowdepthoffield1.jpg for the f/1.8 image
lastname-firstname-medium-depthoffield1.jpg for the f/8 image
lastname-firstname-deep-depthoffield1.jpg for the f/16 image.
For the second group of photos you did (the choice ones)
rename as lastname-firstname-shallow-depth-of-field2.jpg
6. Drag your renamed photos into the shared drive-
10-04-2017 Aperture folder
(*if you can't get to the shared folder, click on the desktop and make sure "finder" is on the top left of computer.
Click "Connect to server."
Type exactly smb://rbv-class1
7. Create a Padlet using the "grid" format. You will each make your own individual one.
8. Title your Padlet as "Aperture"
9. Under Padlet's description, write your first and last name.
10. Your padlet will have one best example of each boxes aperture (f/1.8, f/8 and f/16) with the technical information (what the aperture, shutter speed and ISO is) and a sentence or two describing what you see in the photograph and how each photograph is unique to one another. The title for each will be what the depth of field is (shallow depth of field, medium depth of field, deep depth of field).
Do the same for the choice photos of f/1.8, f/8 and f/16.
11. You will do further research on the web to find a photo example of shallow depth of field, and write why that
image is shallow depth of field and what aperture you think it might be, based on the photograph.
12. You will do research on the web to find an example of a deep depth of field, and write why that image is
deep depth of field and what aperture you think it might be, based on the photograph.
13. On a separate post within your padlet, answer the following questions in complete sentences:
1. How did you change the camera setting to Aperture Priority
2. What happens to photographs when the aperture changes
3. Why would you use Aperture priority and when is it best to use it
14. Share your padlet to this main padlet according to your period number.
Under "Title" put your first and last name and under "description" put "Aperture"
Period 1: https://padlet.com/kclarkart/o87npj0zf1ut
Period 2: https://padlet.com/kclarkart/1a1ts6v9cs7t
Period 4: https://padlet.com/kclarkart/y7cwayuyp6j5
Period 5: https://padlet.com/kclarkart/9x3zej2thd7v
Period 6: https://padlet.com/kclarkart/lcra2fp2at7x
Classwork- 5 points
Time on task (not goofing off or distracting others)
Participated in class with a good attitude
Respectful to teacher
Not on cell phones while should be working
Not late to class on any day
(all one point each)
Photographs – 5 points
One photo per aperture and all have subject in focus- 3 points
Horizon lines are straight- 1 point
No junk in the background- 1 point
Padlet- 5 points
Each photograph has technical information of Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO
Each photograph has a sentence or more describing it
Answered how changed camera to Aperture Priority
Answered what happens to photo when aperture changes
Answered why use Aperture priority and when best to use it
(all one point each)
Written Work – 5 points
Title of Padlet Name and Aperture
Has image for shallow depth of field from web
Has write up about shallow depth of field photo chosen
Has image for deep depth of field from web
Has write up about deep depth of field photo from web
(all one point each)