- Vertical Orientation (1 image)
Vantage Point (3 images)
- Bird’s Eye View
- Ant’s Eye View
- Direct Approach
Framing (3 images)
- Tight Framing
- Wide Framing also known as 'Wide Shot'
- Natural Framing also known as ‘Frame within a Frame’
- Golden Ratio also known as 'Golden Spiral' 'Phi Grid' (1 image)
- Rule of Thirds (1 image)
- Leading Lines (1 image)
- Reflection (1 image)
- Dutch Angle (1 image)
- Silhouette (1 image)
HOW TO SET UP YOUR SITE:
When you create a website you need to think of user experience and purpose of the site. As a designer you want to give your potential clients a taste of your design style from the second they land on your page. Your style should be incorporated into the site design as well.
Components your website need to include are:
Here are examples of professional artist's websites:
Photo & Video:
For this class, you will be creating a website to showcase your photography & work. Professional photographers typically have an ‘About’ page which tell potential clients more about who the photographer is. It usually reflects their personality at the same time keeping it professional.
Assignment (In Google Classroom):
You will be writing your own ‘About the Photographer’ for your website. Look a examples on professional photographers websites for inspiration. It should be a paragraph or two, five to ten sentences in length.
Photo & Video:
Scan your two CYANOTYPES, and turn in to Google Classroom.
My name is Mrs. Olden 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)
Everything you will need to be successful in the class is provided however, I highly suggest having your own digital camera with manual control of ISO, aperture and shutter speed. Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop for computer is available at an educational rate of $9.99/month if you would like to access these programs at home.
If you have any questions or problems, please email me at LauraOlden@vistausd.org
Create a series (3-6) of aesthetically pleasing images taken in an ‘ugly location.’
If you received a B- or higher both semester in this class you are eligible to earn college credit through Palomar College for your work in this class this year. This credit may transfer to other colleges, you just need to request your Palomar transcript to be sent to the other college(s).
How to sign-up:
This is where Photo 1 assignments and resources are posted.