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This is a power point I used to teach a computer production technology grade 10 class. I was teaching a photography unit and used this PowerPoint to demonstrate both good and bad examples of ...

This is a power point I used to teach a computer production technology grade 10 class. I was teaching a photography unit and used this PowerPoint to demonstrate both good and bad examples of photography. Myself, my brother, or past students took all of these photos.

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    CPT 10 Photography Unit PowerPoint CPT 10 Photography Unit PowerPoint Presentation Transcript

    • Which Photo is Better?
    • Rule of Thirds
    • General Tips
      • Ask your subject to look slightly to the side of the camera to avoid red eye.
      • Do not use zoom. This reduces the focus!
      • Always be aware of lighting.
      • Light directly behind your subject is generally a bad thing!
      • Photography is an art. Be creative. Make your pictures interesting.
    • Portraits
      • backgrounds
      • Lighting
      • Rule of Thirds
      • Include as much “person” in the photo as possible.
    • Non -Portraits
      • backgrounds
      • Lighting
      • Rule of Thirds
      • Have a focus
    • Which Photo is Better?
    • Outdoor Photo
      • Lighting, Lighting, Lighting!
      • Have a focus
      • Remember the rule of thirds
      • Shadows
      • We do not float!
      • Choose a background that will not distract from the subject.
    • Group Photo
      • Framing
      • Angle
      • Background
      • Height of each individual
      • Lighting
      • Be creative
    • Photo of a Building
      • Lighting
      • Rule of thirds
      • Pay attention to various lines and shapes on a building and how that influences your framing.
    • Photo of an Object
      • Focus
      • Angle
      • Background
      • Colours
    • Photo of a Room
      • Have a Focus
      • Be creative
      • Remember your rule of thirds
    • Which Photo is Better?
    • Vegetation
      • Lighting is very important
      • Have a focus. It will be more interesting!
      • Try different angles
    • Candid Shot
      • You’re on candid camera!
      • Take a picture of someone when they do not know it.
      • Make the pictures interesting, they should tell a story and explain what someone is doing.
    • High Angle
      • The camera is generally placed above the subject in the picture.
      • Makes the subject look small or powerless
      • Move (do not use zoom).
    • Low Angle
      • The camera is generally placed below the subject in the picture.
      • Makes the subject look large and powerful.
      • Move (do not use zoom).
    • Silhouette Photo
      • This is one of the few times when it is acceptable to have light behind a person or object.
    • Action Shot
      • The picture should demonstrate movement.
      • Be creative
      • Rule of thirds
    • Be Creative!