Free Response #4
You and your partner will be create a presentation on an Element or Principle of Art. Use the resources listed below to research your topic.
You will be graded on content & presentation quality:
Slide 1: Title Slide (Presentation name & your names)
Slide 2: Explanation of the concept that was given to you in your own words.
Slides 3-8: Examples of the concept in action in photography—each image on a separate slide. You will be explaining to the class how your Element or Principle was used to enhance the image. You can use images to illustrate concepts related to your Element or Principle. (for example: This image is an example of Space that shows Depth, notice the use of overlapping and atmospheric perspective) All images must have copyright information (How to write a copyright notice)
Slides 9: One image each group member using the Element or Principle with a list of some ideas on how WE can use the concept you researched to make our own compelling images.
Slides 10: Bibliography (MLA)
EasyBib | Citation Machine
(group #1) Line
(group #2) Shape
(group #3) Space
(group #4) Texture
(group #5) Color
(group #6) Value
(group #7) Unity
(group #8) Variety/Contrast
(group #9) Balance
(group #10) Proportion/scale (golden mean)
(group #11)Emphasis/Dominance (focal point)
(group #12) Movement/Rhythm (pattern)
(group #13) Economy
Vista Unified School District has implemented a new password policy that will apply to all district computer users. All passwords will need to follow these guidelines:
Passwords must be changed every 180 days during the 2015-2016 school year and they will force the password change every 90 days in the 2016-2017 school year.
How do you change your password? Use Cloud Connect:
Cloud Connect login
Password Self Recovery (Part 1) : Setup Guide (Youtube)
Password Self Recovery (Part 2): How to Reset Your Password (Youtube)
You can also store passwords there for other accounts such as Weebly when we make our websites!
Free Response #3
Free Response #2
Copyright is not always black and white:
Shepard Fairey vs the Associated Press
How to write a Copyright Notice
Rihanna vs David La Chapelle
Copyright infringement hits DeviantArt Community
US family in Czech Advertisement
Read the following articles and with your partner (in a shared Google Form) create a 10 question test on copyright. Test questions can be a multiple choice, fill in the blank, true false or other type of questions. Make sure to include the answers!
Choose information that is essential to understanding copyright... not obscure details.
How to make a Google Form Quiz: https://webofnotes.wordpress.com/2014/04/29/self-marking-google-form/
1. Copyright Article | 2. CopyrightUser.Org | 3. What is Copyright?| 4. Copyright Myths | 5. How to write a Copyright Notice | 6. US Copyright Office FAQ's
Free Response #1
Article: How An Olympics Photographer Captured Usain Bolt's 'Cheeky Grin'
What is 'Free Response':
Each day we will start the class responding to a photograph. The photograph may relate to the lesson of the day or maybe a current or historical event. The purpose of this exercise is to get you thinking about the power of a photograph and what makes a photograph 'good' or interesting. Spending time deeply examining one image allows you to dissect its content (subject matter, technique, composition).You may respond to the image however you feel most comfortable- drawing, writing or a combination. You should work to fill the page in the ten minute time period, and if you 'finish' early- keep going and ask yourself what more do I see.
My name is Mrs. Olden (formerly Ms. McKay) and I will be your teacher this year. I have prepared a syllabus for you and it is available online at the class website.
You will want to memorize and/or bookmark this link. I will post assignments there as well as resources and a gallery. Absent? Check here & Google Classroom to see what you missed.
Tonight your homework is to bring your parent or guardian to the website, find and review the syllabus and digitally sign it. You AND your parent or guardian must both sign the form. (Hint: hover over the appropriate course and click on > Syllabus)
For this course you will also need a sketchbook for daily warm-ups and planning sketches. I highly suggest a spiral bound sketchbook. You can also use blank paper and 3-hole punch it and put it in a binder or 3-hole folder.
If you have any questions or problems, please email me at LauraOlden@vistausd.org
This is where Photo 1 assignments and resources are posted.