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1 Course Information: HCS Curriculum: Arts, Visual 6 - Hoover City Schools Secondary Curriculum Arts, Course Title: Digital Photography Grade Level: Course Description: In this course the student will be introduced to the many technical aspects of modern day digital photography and digital photo manipulation. Students will become proficient in the use of professional digital SLR cameras as well as professional photography studio equipment. Students will utilize the photography editing software, Adobe Photoshop CS to manipulate their photography, and to create meaningful artistic photographs. This course includes a study of the elements of art and principles of design associated with digital photography and the application of those elements to real-world problems. Students will learn the history, vocabulary, and artists associated with photography and digital collage. Students will create a digital portfolio of their work in this course. This course is very technical, and incoming students should already have a proficient level of computer knowledge as well as a high interest in the subject matter. State Correlate: Visual Arts, Grades 7, Level III Calendar Type: Year Pre-requisite: None Co-requisite: None LEA Curriculum Authors: Erik Myers Date of LEA Approval: Spring 007 Topical Scope and Sequence: Unit # st Nine Weeks Creating A Photo Montage using Photoshop Creating photos using a pinhole camera and traditional photography materials Unit # nd Nine Weeks Scanning and creating a digital collage using Photoshop Using the Nikon D00 in the photography Studio (Portraits) Page of

2 HCS Curriculum: Arts, Visual 6 - Unit # nd Nine Weeks Retouching old Photographs in Photoshop and Colorizing 6 Fall Art Show Unit # rd Nine Weeks 7 Studio Photography Make Object Special 8 Tesselations 9 Pop Art Triptych Unit # th Nine Weeks 0 CD packaging Studio Photography- Flowers Panorama Spring Art Show Unit # A B C D Non-Sequential Units (to be clarified in each teacher s annual syllabus) Elements of Art and Principles of Design Art Critique (written and oral) Photoshop CS (applications and techniques) Apple computers (operating system), internet resources Units and Unit - Creating a Photo Montage using Photoshop Unit Goal: Students will use newly learned techniques in Photoshop to create a digital photomontage that attempts to emulate the collage art of Romare Bearden and other collage artists from history. Student works will also reveal a conscious application of art elements and design principles. # Unit Objectives Use selection tools in Photoshop to separate objects from their original context. Save the objects as separate files to be used in the photo montage. Create a photo montage that organizes the subject matter and formal qualities into a meaningful and expressive composition. Int, NA Int NA Page of

3 HCS Curriculum: Arts, Visual 6 - # Unit Objectives 6 7 Use knowledge of art elements and principles to guide your aesthetic decisions when creating a work of art. Demonstrate independent research that influenced the work of art. Use knowledge of art elements and design principles to defend your aesthetic decisions in an informal oral critique Critique the work of your peers, using constructive criticism that reveals knowledge of art elements and design principles. Explain the purposes, functions and meanings of selected works of art from a variety of cultures, times, and place Int NA Int,7 NA Int,6 NA Int,6 NA Mas 7 NA Unit - Creating photos using a pinhole camera and traditional photography materials Unit Goal: Students will understand the fundamentals of photography, its vocabulary, physics, chemistry and history. # Unit Objectives List and define terms associated with photography and traditional chemical photography processing. Produce three pinhole photographs using a pinhole camera and traditional chemical processing Understand the physics of light associated with producing images using a pinhole aperture and timed shutter speeds. Understand the history of photography and list some of the original contributors to the art form. Int,8 NA Int, NA Int,8 NA Int 7 NA Page of

4 HCS Curriculum: Arts, Visual 6 - Unit - Scanning and creating a digital collage using Photoshop Unit Goal: Students will learn to use a scanner to digitize pinhole photographs. Students will learn to invert the images and then to use them to create a digital collage that uses newly learned techniques in Photoshop. # Unit Objectives 6 7 Use a scanner to digitize traditionally processed photos Create a digital collage that uses pinhole photographs as source material. Produce a self-critique of the work in progress. Use knowledge of art elements and principles to guide your aesthetic decisions when creating a work of art. Use knowledge of art elements and design principles to defend your aesthetic decisions in an informal oral critique. Critique the work of your peers, using constructive criticism that reveals knowledge of art elements and design principles. Use Photoshop digital techniques to create a unique collage. Int, NA Mas, NA Int NA Rev NA Rev,6 NA Rev,6 NA Int, NA Unit - Using the Nikon D00 in the photography Studio (Portraits) Unit Goal: Students will understand how to operate a professional digital SLR camera and how to manipulate photography studio equipment. Students will understand the history of photographic portraiture and some of the art forms major contributors. # Unit Objectives List and define digital SLR and photography studio terms. Int, NA Page of

5 HCS Curriculum: Arts, Visual 6 - # Unit Objectives 6 Manipulate the camera settings and lighting equipment in photographing an expressive portrait of a fellow student. List several contributors to the art form of portrait photography and compare the art form with other types of portraiture. Create a contact sheet of the photo session using Photoshop. Edit the best photograph to produce a black and white image that captures the uniqueness of the model. Pose and assist in the successful production of your portrait Rev, NA Mas 7,8 NA Int NA Mas, NA 7 Write a critique of your portrait Rev NA 8 Participate in an oral critique of the work of your peers. Rev 6 NA 9 Create a digital self portrait using the images from your photo session as source material. Use Photoshop techniques to make your image unique. Mas, NA Int NA Unit - Retouching old Photographs in Photoshop and Colorizing Unit Goal: Students will learn techniques in Photoshop associated with retouching old photographs and colorizing black and white images. # Unit Objectives Use a scanner to digitize old, damaged photographs Use techniques in Photoshop to repair and enhance the original images. Produce a colorized version of the original black and white image. Describe the characteristics of portraiture from a variety of historical periods and cultural groups. Rev, NA Int, NA Int, NA Int 7 NA Page of

6 HCS Curriculum: Arts, Visual 6 - Unit 6- Fall Art Show (consider shift to non-seq, perhaps Exhibition ) Unit Goal: Students will understand the business side of art creation; including presentation, art selection and sales and attendance. # Unit 6 Objectives Hang for presentation selected works of art Int NA Price artwork for sale Int NA Matt, frame and hang superior selected work Int NA Attend art opening Int NA Unit 7- Studio Photography Make Object Special Unit Goal: Students will understand how to operate a professional digital SLR camera and how to manipulate photography studio equipment. Students will understand the history of the art form and many of its leading contributors. # Unit 7 Objectives 6 Manipulate the camera settings and lighting equipment in photographing an expressive and unique image of an otherwise mundane object. Understand the role of product photography in society Create a contact sheet of the photo session using Photoshop. Edit your photographs to produce a unique expressive image using the tools in Photoshop Create a unique digital example of you object using techniques learned in Photoshop Participate in an oral critique of the work of your peers. Rev, NA Int 7 NA Int NA Rev, NA Rev, NA Rev 6 NA Page 6 of

7 HCS Curriculum: Arts, Visual 6 - Unit 8- Tessellations Unit Goal: Students will learn how to create several types of tessellations using Photoshop. Students will be familiar with Moorish examples as well as the work of M.C. Escher. # Unit 8 Objectives Create several types of tessellations using Photoshop. Compare tessellations to geometric shapes and designs. Explain the influence of Moorish tessellations to the work of M. C. Escher. Explain industrial applications for tessellations. Participate in an oral critique of the work of your peers. Int, NA Int 8 NA Rev 7 NA Int 8 NA Int 6 NA Unit 9- Pop Art Triptych Unit Goal: Students will understand the graphic influence of the Pop Art movement as well as some of its contributors. Students will understand how to create graphic art using Photoshop. # Unit 9 Objectives List and define terms associated with the Pop Art movement. Int,,7 NA Produce a triptych of a pop icon using Photoshop Int, NA Research various Pop Art artists Int NA Write a formal critique of a piece of Pop Art. Rev NA Participate in an oral critique of the work of your peers. Rev 6 NA Page 7 of

8 HCS Curriculum: Arts, Visual 6 - Unit 0- CD Packaging Unit Goal: Students will understand the considerations necessary in designing art for commercial advertising. Students will understand the terminology associated with the graphic industry. # Unit 0 Objectives List and define terms associated with graphic design and CD packaging. Produce all artwork and copy necessary to create a professional CD package. Discuss the aesthetic concerns associated with product advertising. Critique various professionally produced CDs Produce a digital presentation comparing various band logos with the type of music they are associated with Int, 7 NA Rev, NA Rev 7 NA Rev 6 NA 9 NA Unit - Studio Photography - Flowers Unit Goal: Students will understand how to operate a professional digital SLR camera and how to manipulate photography studio equipment. Students will understand the history of the art form and many of its leading contributors # Unit Objectives Manipulate the camera settings and lighting equipment in photographing an expressive and unique image of flowers. Create a contact sheet of the photo session using Photoshop. Edit your photographs to produce a unique expressive image using the tools in Photoshop Create a unique digital example of you object using techniques learned in Photoshop Page 8 of Mas, NA Mas, NA Mas, NA Mas, NA Participate in an oral critique of the Mas 6 NA

9 HCS Curriculum: Arts, Visual 6 - # Unit Objectives work of your peers. Unit - Panorama Unit Goal: Student will understand how to photograph and stitch together a series of images to produce a panoramic image. # Unit Objectives List and define terms associated with panorama photography Create a panoramic image using photos supplied by the instructor Create a unique panorama using photos taken with your personal camera. Participate in an oral critique of the work of your peers. Int NA Int NA Rev, NA Mas 6 NA Unit - Spring Art Show Unit Goal: Students will understand the business side of art creation; including presentation, art selection and sales and attendance. # Unit Objectives Hang for presentation selected works of art Int NA Price artwork for sale Int NA Matt, frame and hang superior selected work Int NA Attend art opening Int NA Unit A- Elements of Art and Principles of Design Page 9 of

10 HCS Curriculum: Arts, Visual 6 - Unit Goal: Students will understand the terms associated with art creation and criticism as well as the application of those terms in real world problems. # Unit A Objectives List and define the elements of art and principles of design. Consciously apply art elements and principles in a meaningful and expressive composition. Use the knowledge of art elements and design principles to analyze works of art from history. Use the knowledge of art elements and design principles to analyze works of art from your peers. Consciously apply art elements and principles to solve real world aesthetical problems in art communication. Int NA Mas NA Mas,6,7 NA Rev,6 NA Mas NA Unit B- Art Critique (written and oral) Unit Goal: Students will develop their personal aesthetic through the process of written and oral art critique. # Unit B Objectives List the terms associated with and the purposes for each portion of a formal art critique. Use the knowledge of formal art critique to write an art critique that compares two diverse works of art from history. Produce a self-critique of a work in progress Participate in an informal oral critique of a work of art. Int,6 NA Mas,6,7 NA Rev NA Rev,6 NA Page 0 of

11 HCS Curriculum: Arts, Visual 6 - Unit C- Photoshop CS (applications and techniques) Unit Goal: Students will become proficient with the software Adobe Photoshop CS # Unit C Objectives List the terms associated with digital photo manipulation Identify keyboard shortcuts for many often used tools associated with Photoshop techniques. Demonstrate knowledge of traditional photography editing tools found in Photoshop. Demonstrate knowledge of non traditional photography editing tools found in Photoshop. Int, NA Mas, NA Mas, NA Mas, NA Unit D- Apple Computers (Operating System), internet resources, ipods Unit Goal: Students will understand how to navigate Apple s OSX operating system. Students will become familiar with a variety of internet resources for photographers, and art history. Students will understand how to use an ipod for many applications. # Unit D Objectives Understand how to open and save files on an Apple computer Int NA Understand how to use several Apple applications including Spotlight, itunes, Int NA iphoto, and Safari Know several many internet resources for photographers and art history Int 7, 8,9 NA Use an ipod to store photographs, view and create pod casts and save calendars. Int NA NA Page of

12 HCS Curriculum: Arts, Visual 6 - Alabama Course of Study Correlation: Arts Education Title Std. # Bulletin 006, No. Visual Arts 7-, Level III xx Standard HCS Unit- Objective.,, Create works of art that communicate specific concepts,., emotions, and intentions..,,,7 Selecting appropriate subject matter as a basis for.,,,9 meaningful and expressive compositions.,, Organizing subject matter and formal qualities in 7.,, a work of art into meaningful and expressive 8. compositions 9. Employing a diverse range of traditional media, 0., digital media, and multimedia; techniques; styles;.,,, tools; concepts; and processes in producing.,, meaningful and expressive compositions A., Producing a thematically related body of work C.,,, D., Employ a diverse range of traditional media, digital media, multimedia, techniques, styles, tools, concepts, and processes in producing meaningful and expressive compositions. Produce a self-critique of a work in progress. Demonstrate independent research related to studio work. Example: researching the masks of various cultures to determine emotional and stylistic characteristics that might influence or inspire the making of one s own mask Page of..,.,,7.,,,9.,, 7.,, 8. 9., 0.,.,,,. C.,,, D..,6.,,6 B.. 9. Maintaining a self-directed sketchbook or journal Apply the four-step process of critical analysis to works of.7

13 Title Std. # HCS Curriculum: Arts, Visual 6 - Visual Arts 7-, Level III Standard art, including describing what is seen, analyzing how each artist arranged the elements of art and principles of design, interpreting each work in expressive intent and purpose, and judging the effectiveness of communication. Analyzing selected works of art for visual and functional differences Example: comparing decorative ceramic vessels and utilitarian pottery Describing visual and functional qualities of composition Producing a reflective narrative that critically analyzes the organizational effectiveness and artistic choices of personal and peer works of art Respond orally and in writing to the ideas of selected critics, historians, aestheticians, and artists. Example: discussing criteria for valuing works of art from Kenneth Clark s What is a Masterpiece? Explain the purposes, functions, and meanings of selected works of art from a variety of cultures, times, and places. Describing characteristics of works of art that are common to a cultural group or historical period Example: cultural use of animals in Eskimo masks, absence of representations of animals or human form in Islamic art historical inclusion of concepts of war and politics in Francisco de Goya s paintings Comparing works of art with different styles Example: Celtic knot designs with rose windows, African masks with Kabuki masks Compare modes of artistic expression used in art and other academic disciplines. Examples: comparing improvisation in music, visual arts, dance, and theatre; comparing narrative art to Page of Bulletin 006, No. xx HCS Unit- Objective 9. A.,, B.,,.,6., A., B.,,., , A. b..,. 8.,

14 Title Std. # 9 HCS Curriculum: Arts, Visual 6 - Visual Arts 7-, Level III Standard literature, a painting of historic events to social sciences, op art to the science of optics, or tessellations to geometric shapes and designs Organize research about art, artists, cultures, times, and places into a product or presentation. Examples: producing a digital presentation comparing the use of logos in advertising, writing a research paper comparing art and its social context Bulletin 006, No. xx HCS Unit- Objective 0. D. Page of

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