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A way of seeing


Tips for student photographers

Tips for student photographers

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  • 1. A Way of Seeing: Photography Tips for Students by Diane Cordell
  • 2. “Neilson Farmhouse” “Neilson Farmhouse - Bemis Heights, Saratoga Battlefield "What is art but a way of seeing?" -Thomas Berger
  • 3. Why take photographs?practice decision makingintroduction to the artsunderstand the media influences that affect ususeful in all subject areas and in daily lifelifelong skill, hobby, avocation
  • 4. “My camera” comfortable with your camera.
  • 5. Study the works of otherphotographers,both professional and amateur. “f/64 Photography Exhibit”
  • 6. Learn to see the world: “The Subject to Change the Photographer” look up...
  • 7. “(For Buffy) Dorado Beach” and down;
  • 8. “Spangled” look closer...
  • 9. look differently! “Playing With My Food”
  • 10. Keep your camera handy - opportunities are everywhere! “Gretel-to-Go”
  • 11. “Ryleigh” “Confidences by Renoir” remember to ask permission, where appropriate...
  • 12. “Fort Ann Students” at school!
  • 13. “So Dear to My Heart” speaking of school:
  • 14. be sure to ask if you may use photos for reports and projects “Civil War Encampment - Poster” and how to upload/access them on your school network.
  • 15. Photographer’s credit “Slide22” My credit and link to the originalAlways credit photos and provide links to the original, where possible.
  • 16. Start creating a positive digital identity “Digital Portfolio” by archiving your best work.
  • 17. “Learning” sure to title, date, and tag your work.
  • 18. Consider Creative Commons licensing. “Creative Commons Licenses for Madagascar”
  • 19. “Wall art” photos every day and everywhere.
  • 20. Tell a story.“Feathers on Glass”
  • 21. Tell YOUR story! “ВИЛИЯ-АBTO“
  • 22. Resources and Links: Information: