1 1 st 6 weeks Weeks: class periods Unit Name: Introduction to Photography 1) Introduction to the history of photography, early photographers, cameras, and photographic processes, including camera obscura, photogram, sun print, Daguerreotype, calotype, ambrotype, tintype, carte-des-visite. 2) Introduction to digital single lens reflex and point and shoot cameras, including shutter, focus, noise, pixels, memory card, memory card reader, flash drive, lithium batteries, digital sensors. 3) Introduction to photographic equipment, including tripod, monopod, reflector lamps, stands, and what to know and look for when purchasing a digital camera. 1) Students will view History of Photography video and engage in discussion about early photographic emulsions and lighting exposures. 2) Students will research early photographers and photographic processes, as well as digital camera information in the computer lab using posted links on teacher web-site. 3) Students will create a sun print using opaque and translucent, and transparent objects, and architectural blueline paper to represent the qualities of a photographic emulsion when exposed to light, and processed in hydrogen peroxide/water bath in developing trays. Lecture, discussion, computer lab research, hands-on sun print project using blueline paper and the sun. Blueline paper in light tight photo box cut to size, hydrogen peroxide, photo developing trays, objects to lay on surface of sun print organizes ideas from the environment. artworks, using a variety of media with art history and culture as records of human personal artworks and the artworks of others. Special Ed Modifications: Extra assistance with ideas and use of materials/equipment, peer tutoring, extended time if Mediacast History of Photography video, data projector, PowerPoint of early photographers work, reading material posted on teacher web-site photographic processes, camera obscura, photogram, sun print, Daguerreotype, calotype, ambrotype, tintype, carte-des-visite, digital single lens reflex camera, point and shoot camera, shutter, focus, noise, pixels, memory card, memory card reader, flash drive, lithium batteries, digital sensors, tripod, monopod, reflector lamps, stands, emulsion, lighting exposures, opaque, translucent, transparent, architectural blueline paper, hydrogen peroxide, developing trays Further research and experimentation with photographic processes, lighting, and sun prints. Peer tutoring. Rubric stating goals and objectives based upon project completion, and class critique.
2 1 st 6 weeks Weeks: class periods Unit Name: Introduction to Photographic Lighting, Techniques, and Composition 1) Introduction to photographic lighting, including high front light (sunlight), front light, side light, back light, natural light, fluorescent light, tungsten light, ambient light, flash, flash off, flash fill, fill light, fill card, hard light, soft light, white balance 2) Introduction to photographic lighting techniques, including Rembrandt lighting, dramatic lighting using reflector lamps and photoflood light bulbs, umbrellas, light stands, photo gels, and backdrop. 3) Introduction to photographic composition, including shooting vertical or horizontal, choosing a main point of interest, adjusting the angle of view, placing the subject off-center, using leading lines, avoiding distracting backgrounds, and including objects in the foreground. 1) Students will research photographic lighting and techniques in the computer lab using posted links on teacher web-site, as well as become familiar with online media sharing web-site, MediaFire. 2) Students will practice photographic lighting techniques with partners outside at school during class work day, as well as inside studio workroom, and post best shot in MediaFire. 3) Students will share photographs with each other and discuss their lighting techniques in class critique. Lecture, discussion, computer lab research, and hands-on lighting activity using studio workroom and outdoor sunlight. Digital camera, studio workroom, backdrop, lighting stands, umbrellas, reflector lamps, photoflood light bulbs, computer lab organizes ideas from the environment. artworks, using a variety of media with art history and culture as records of human personal artworks and the artworks of others. Special Ed Modifications: Extra assistance with ideas and use of materials/equipment, peer tutoring, extended time if Data projector, PowerPoint of lighting, techniques, and composition, reading material posted on teacher web-site, PowerPoint on Matthew Brady Civil War portraits Photographic lighting, high front light (sunlight), front light, side light, back light, natural light, fluorescent light, tungsten light, ambient light, flash, flash off, flash fill, fill light, fill card, hard light, soft light, white balance, photographic lighting techniques, Rembrandt lighting, dramatic lighting, reflector lamps, photoflood bulbs, umbrellas, light stands, photo gels, backdrop, photographic composition, vertical, horizontal, main point of interest, angle of view, off-center subject, leading lines, distracting backgrounds, foreground objects, MediaFire Further research and experimentation with studio and outdoor lighting techniques and digital cameras. Peer tutoring. Rubric stating goals and objectives based upon project completion, and class critique.
3 1 st 6 weeks Weeks: 5 Unit Name: Photographic Lighting, Techniques, and Composition (con t) 1) Further exploration of lighting, techniques, and composition. 2) Technical proficiency in silhouette lighting, and framing technique 1) Students will practice silhouette lighting technique, and framing technique during studio workday in class. 2) Students will upload best examples of each to MediaFire to share with each other during class critique. Hands-on silhouette and framing technique exercise during studio workday. Digital camera, tripod (if desired), computer lab organizes ideas from the environment. appropriate skill. art history and culture as records of human of silhouette and framing examples, reading material posted on teacher web-site Silhouette, framing silhouette and framing techniques, and digital cameras. Peer tutoring. Rubric stating goals and objectives based upon project completion, and class critique.
4 1 st 6 weeks Weeks: 6 Unit Name: Expressive Portrait Project (to be completed outside of class) 1) Experimentation with portrait lighting using studio or outdoor lighting to complete an expressive portrait of a person of choice, in order to capture that person s personality in a photograph. 2) Familiarity of working with a model and art direction in a photo shoot. 3) Identify elements of color, form, and space, and principles of balance, emphasis, and proportion 1) Students will choose a person to photograph, paying close attention to environment, clothing, lighting, and facial expression, and use photographic techniques to help fully express the person s personality. 2) Students will view PowerPoint and Masters of Photography website to research famous portrait photographers work. Hands-on portrait project using model and specific lighting techniques. Digital camera, backdrop or other environment, lighting equipment created at home (for indoor photograph), fill card appropriate skill. art history and culture as records of human and use of of famous portrait photographers, reading material posted on teacher web-site Portrait lighting, studio lighting, outdoor lighting, expressive portrait, model, art direction, photo shoot, facial expression, color, form, space, balance, emphasis, proportion portrait lighting techniques, including studio and outdoor lighting, and working with models. Peer tutoring. Rubric stating goals and objectives based upon project completion, and class critique.
5 Weeks: 1 Unit Name: Elements of Art and Principles of Design Review 1) Awareness of elements of art and principles of design when composing and critiquing photographs. 2) Awareness of elements and principles in advertising media, and how they affect product consumption. 1) Students will view work of previous photography students, and identify the elements of line, shape, value, texture, color, form, and space within the photographs, as well as the principles of balance, emphasis, unity, variety, movement, rhythm, and proportion. 2) Students will look through magazine product advertisements and pull out three examples of what they think is effective advertising, and how it may influence consumer purchasing habits, as well as identify the elements of art and principles of design within the advertisement. Lecture, discussion, critique, and hands-on activity to identify elements of art, principles of design, and effective product advertising within magazines. Magazines from which to tear out advertisements materials, peer tutoring, extended time if Data projector, PowerPoint of previous student work (elements and principles), magazine advertisements Elements of art, principles of design, critique, advertising media, product consumption, line, shape, value, texture, color, form, space, balance, emphasis, unity, variety, movement, rhythm, proportion, advertisements Further research of elements of art and principles of design, and analysis of advertising media and strategies. Rubric stating goals and class discussion.
6 Weeks: 2 Unit Name: Basic Color Adjustment in Adobe Photoshop 1) Familiarity with basic color adjustments and enhancements, saturation, and contrast in Adobe Photoshop software. 2) Familiarity with artistic filters and layers in Adobe Photoshop software. 1) Students will follow tutorials posted on teacher website to learn how to use photo editing software to adjust and enhance color digital images. 2) Students will practice using editing software on previously created photographs to acquire basic skills in choosing artistic filters and creating layers to combine artistic effects Computer lab activity using Adobe Photoshop software Students will practice using editing software using one of their previously shot photographs Computer lab, tutorials on teacher web-site with instructions on how to use color adjustments, filters and layers in Adobe Photoshop Color adjustments, color enhancements, saturation, contrast, Adobe Photoshop software, filters, layers, photo editing software Adobe Photoshop tutorials and editing software. Rubric stating goals and objectives.
7 Weeks: class periods Unit Name: Pop Art Photoshop Project 1) Understand the Pop Art movement and what pop culture was in the 1960 s 2) Analyze our pop culture in the 21 st century and identify images in contemporary visual media which identify this culture 3) Identify the elements of color and shape, and principles of unity and rhythm 1) Students will photograph each other during studio workday and choose their best photograph to color enhance in the computer lab using Adobe Photoshop. 2) Students will apply knowledge of Photoshop filters and layers to create a colorful Pop Art photograph. 3) Students will upload their best image to MediaFire to share with the class. Computer lab and hands-on photo shoot using students as models to create a Pop Art photo project. Student models, digital cameras, various props if desired of Pop Art artists and visual trends, computer lab Pop Art movement, pop culture, visual media, color, shape, unity, rhythm Adobe Photoshop photo editing software and Pop Art trends. Rubric stating goals and objectives based upon project completion, and class critique.
8 Weeks: 5 Unit Name: Photographic Lighting, Techniques, and Composition (con t) 1) Further exploration of lighting, techniques, and composition. 2) Technical proficiency in identifying value, saturation, and shapes in shadows 1) Students will photograph shadows in various lighting conditions during studio work day. 2) Students will choose their best image to upload to MediaFire to share with the class. Hands-on photo exercise to identify shadows in various lighting conditions Digital cameras, various props if desired, student models if desired of photographs emphasizing shadows in various lighting conditions, computer lab Value, saturation, shapes, shadows shadow photography and identifying value and saturation. Rubric stating goals and objectives based upon project completion, and class critique.
9 Weeks: 6 Unit Name: Descriptive Word Project 1) Understand how to illustrate a concept using a descriptive word as the source of inspiration. 2) Understand printing terms pixel, halftone, bit map, resolution, and drop-out highlight as applied to photo shoot and electronic reproduction. 3) Experiment with using the sun as a light source for creating an image with a drop shadow that is camera-ready for electronic reproduction. 4) Apply knowledge of Photoshop software to assemble word in graphics program. 1) Students will identify a descriptive word with at least 8 characters. 2) Students will illustrate the word using props which describe the word, shaped into individual letters placed on white background. 3) Students will use the sun as a direct light source for lighting the props. 4) Students will assemble individual letters (photographs) into one Photoshop document to complete the final word in the computer lab. Hands-on photo project using props and the sun as a direct light source, and then assembling photographs into one Photoshop document. Digital cameras, descriptive word props, white foam core board or poster board for background, fill card, bright sun of descriptive words from previous student work, PowerPoint of magazine advertisement examples Illustration, concept, inspiration, pixel, half-tone, bit-map, resolution, dropout highlight, electronic reproduction, drop shadow, camera-ready, graphics program Photoshop and photographing objects using the sun as a direct light source. Rubric stating goals and objectives based upon project completion, and class critique.
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