Transcript of "Reflecting upon your induction tasks"
Reflecting on induction task
Lack of effort and ambition in shoots and reflection
- All images shot in the same
- No consideration of lighting atall
- Under exposed images
- No or poor directing of subjects
- NO physical depth in choice of
location for the f/22 shot
- Poor choice of location
Lack of time spent really
thinking about and judging
your works strengths and
-Half the categories that
should have been reflected
upon haven't been.
-Definitions of Aperture shutter
speed and I.S.O do not
include how the setting can
change the physical
characteristics of an image
Stage 2 – Write up and presenting in sketchbooks
1. Define aperture, shutter speed and I.S.O in your sketchbooks and
discuss how they can change the visual characteristics of an image. Also
discuss they all work in conjunction with each other. If you change one
you usually have consider what you need to do to the other to ensure
correctly exposed images.
2.Ensure the pages in your sketchbook are correctly titled and subtitled
3. Only stick in technically perfect images in as your final piece
4. Discuss how you had to adjust the shutter speed and I.S.O accordingly to
correctly expose the image in relation to the aperture setting.
You must reflect upon (judge strengths and
3) Positioning of subject in relation to ambient light/light
4) Have you met the portrait genre objectives.
5) The location you have used
6) Your directing of the subjects, remember they
cannot see themselves.
8) Focus/depth of field
For loosing marks there is nothing worse than a student not spotting their
mistakes or describing something as strength when it is not
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