Project Checklist for DPI 1 & DPI 2 (Unit 3)

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Project Checklist for DPI 1 & DPI 2 (Unit 3)

  1. 1. CURRENT PROJECTS • Unit 3: Urban Setting • Unit 3: Principles of Design  10 photos fully edited   Be “curatorial” and choose only the best of the best images       Use adjustment levels Use shadow and highlights Use channel mixer Use layer blending modes Use gradient map Use the NEW blurs Use the NEW lighting effects Use channels   Follow the theme Create unity in editing, style and subject Emphasize the urban environment Look to Berenice Abbot and Eugene Atget for inspiration OPTIONAL: use silhouettes  cropped 11x14, 8x10 black and white (grayscale, B&W or channel mixer) lvls, curves, bright/cont, exp burn & dodge Layer blending modes Gaussian blur Lens flare PhotoShopping        No camera shake Avoid clutter Try different angles Use candid images Use lighting/look for light quality Each classically edited        Each photo must represent an urban setting      Follow camera basics      Follow compositional rules: Framing, Leading Lines/Proportion, Rule of Thirds, Tension, and/or S-Curves) Use the correct exposure and light quality “Capture a moment” Advanced editing and experimentation with PhotoShop         10 photos fully edited Emboss + overlay to correct blur Isolate color in B&W image Photochrome: hand-coloring or color blending mode Clone stamp to extend the background Color replacement tool Quick mask tool  faking differential focus Each photo represents a different principle and emphasizes that principle NEW POWERPOINT RULES       learning target: Name “Title” B&W Photography 2013 Principle chosen Explain how this principle is represented know the language of the arts, create using techniques and methods, and review socio-cultural contexts

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