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  • 1. YR 10 Photograpy Foundation
  • 2. Objective To gain an understanding of the origins of photography and how the Camera Obscura formed part of this evolution Outcome All students to have produced a Camera Obscura and a drawing made using its projection techniques.
  • 3. THE LIGHT REVOLUTION The quest to capture reality goes back thousands of years In 9th century the Arabian scientist Alhuzen developed what would become to be known as the camera obscura
  • 4. The Quest for reality The camera obscura, a dark room/space in which an inverted image was projected onto a surface During the Renascence (16th century) Artist became increasingly interested in exploring and representing the reality of nature. Artists such as Leonardo Da vinci developed various techniques to assist them in their quest fro the perfect perspective The camara obscura was one of these tools .
  • 5. Todays Task Today you will be making a mini Camera obscura. Use the worksheet provided to create your very own camera obscura Once you have created the box you will be asked to create a scene on the tracing paper Choose a scene that can demonstrate good perspective
  • 6. Homework Make a drawing using your new camera Obscura. Bring in a series of objects that can be used in the next lesson to create photograms See teacher examples for ideas of what to bring

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