Photography class

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  • Photography class

    1. 1. Getting the most our of your camera in the classroom
    2. 2. What to look for in a cameraISOMegapixelsFlash optionsUpload optionsManual or creative optionsPrice
    3. 3. Why use photos?
    4. 4. Memories of the yearCommunication with parents busy parents create a sense of inclusion
    5. 5. Lessons visual learners fun factor artistic learners
    6. 6. Some ideas for lessonsWeekly photographerMath lessonsStar of the week interview
    7. 7. Rules of Photographygetting the most out of your pictures
    8. 8. Rules of composition! or as I like to call it...the fun stuff
    9. 9. What iscomposition?training your eyes to see differently
    10. 10. Defining your subject the most important rule
    11. 11. Telling the storyWhat story are you tellingWhat helpsWhat hurtsIn 50 years...
    12. 12. Rule #2 Simplify de-clutter your pictures!
    13. 13. How to implement this ruleTrain your eye to seeGet closer to your subjectMove your positionIf possible movedistracting elementsPosition your camera
    14. 14. Rule # 3 Rule of Thirds Tic Tac Toe
    15. 15. Creating great visual interestMove your cameraReposition your point ofviewMove your subject
    16. 16. Rule #4 Leading Lines pulling your eye to your subject
    17. 17. Using lines to improve your photos Before shooting look for any lines that you can use paths, roads, fences, tree lines, rivers, etc... Get further away from your subject to use lines Position your camera differently Change your position/viewpoint Try to compose your shot so that your lines start in the corner of photos.
    18. 18. Rule #5 Framing adding depth to your photos
    19. 19. Adding frames to your photosBefore shooting look around foranything that could be used to frameyour subjectGet further away/ Change yourperspective/ Camera viewpointBe creative!
    20. 20. Rule # 6 Balance being subjective
    21. 21. Achieving balanceBalance is totally subjectiveThink ahead before you take theshotWhen shooting reflections croppeople and keep reflections full
    22. 22. Rule #7 Mergers an important rule
    23. 23. Having fun with mergersTrain your eye to seeMergers are a biggerdistraction when theyoccur with someone’sheadYou can always avoid amerger by repositioningyourself
    24. 24. Border MergersThere is another type ofmerger, called “bordermerger,” in which part ofthe subjects body ismissing.
    25. 25. Other things to keep in mindCreative cropping
    26. 26. Photographing womenCreative AnglesTilting your camera my rule is add or subtract
    27. 27. End of Part 1
    28. 28. Part 2 Work flow You have great pictures...now what?C h o ic e s .. . C h o ic e s .. . C h o ic e s
    29. 29. Picasalinked to Google accountsFree up to 1GB$5.00 for every 20GBafter thatDownloadable picsBlog linking, backup
    30. 30. FlickrEasy uploading toolYahoo based programOrganization and sharing easy.Free up to 100 MB month this resets! $24.95 year for unlimited
    31. 31. OrganizingTry Try Try...and Tryagain to never keep photoson your computerThumb drivelucky you...built in cardreaders!
    32. 32. My workflowPlug in memory cardcheck any of the photos that you want to keepupload them to Picasa or Flickr and an external hard drive external hard drives are incredibly inexpensive and worth every penny
    33. 33. If it does not exist in 3 places it does not exist...keeping inmind what is importantOnce my photos are uploaded and stored in my programthen I select what I want to work withUpload any that I want to use to my thumb drive portability!simplicity!
    34. 34. Using Photoshop Elements doing amazing things with your photos!
    35. 35. Creatingas well as photo editing!
    36. 36. The world at your fingertips!
    37. 37. Adding simple text to your photos
    38. 38. Choose your picture
    39. 39. Select the Text tool
    40. 40. Click on the color block to change text color
    41. 41. color window will appear Text
    42. 42. use the eye dropper to get an exact color match!!
    43. 43. select your text
    44. 44. select your size of text
    45. 45. type in text
    46. 46. resize text
    47. 47. second layer of text
    48. 48. flattening your layers
    49. 49. taking your pictures further
    50. 50. repeat with an additional photos
    51. 51. www.JessicaSprague.com
    52. 52. Lifetime accessPerfect startFree templatesOn Sale!!
    53. 53. Questions?

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