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  • 1. Photography Positive and Negative Space
  • 2. Art Vocabulary…Define Negative space-the “empty” space in an image. All space around and object. Positive space- All of the space taken up by and object, the space that is “filled in” Elements of Design-basic building blocks of any art work. The foundation to any art piece. Principals of design-These use the elements above to create ideas. Principals are “ideas” -
  • 3. Man Ray This artist uses lines shapes and textures to create interesting compositions
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  • 6. Man Ray Project Photograms- Negative Images of Objects
  • 7. Video tutorial and examples
  • 8. Create a Digital Photogram
    • Using images you shot to create a digital photogram
    • SHOOT
    • Shoot images of your objects. (Make sure your images are all different shapes and sizes and have varied lines).
    • Upload your images to I photo.
    • CREATE A NEGATIVE IMAGE!
    • Use Photoshop to create a photogram/stencil.
    • Open a new canvas…PRESET IS PHOTO…SIZE 8X10 PORTRAIT
    • Open your CHOSEN image in Photoshop. Copy and paste image onto a canvas using the quick selection tool. (tool number 4)
    • GO TO IMAGE! Use the adjustment tools to make your image completely black and white. ….CONTRAST!!!! use the exposure tool
    • Your background must be BLACK AND YOUR IMAGE MUST BE COMPLETELY WHITE.
    • Print