Presentation on theme: "Agenda 2/11/10 Digital Photography DO NOT turn on the computers until I tell you to! Free Response (Warm Up Activity in Sketchbook) Art Concept Peer Lesson."— Presentation transcript:
Agenda 2/11/10 Digital Photography DO NOT turn on the computers until I tell you to! Free Response (Warm Up Activity in Sketchbook) Art Concept Peer Lesson Project (Due tomorrow at the beginning of class) Day 2: –Finish your PowerPoint presentations. –Make sure you have rehearsed your presentation and are ready to present first thing tomorrow. –Save your completed PowerPoint files as your group number and the name of your concept (example: 4texture.ppt) in the Share, Digital Photography, Art Concept Presentation Turn In folder. Elements of Photography 1: Lesson 3
Elements of Art —the basic ingredients the artist uses either separately or in combination to create artistic work (paintings, drawings, photographs, etc.) (group #1) Line (group #2) Shape (group #3) Space (group #4) Texture (group #5) Color (group #6) Value
Using the Art Elements, these are the Seven Principles of Organization to achieve Unity in a Composition Harmony (group #7) Variety (group #8) Balance (group #9) Proportion (group #10) Dominance (group #11) Movement (group #12) Economy (group #13)
Other Photography-Specific Compositional Concepts Vantage Point (group #14) –Bird’s eye view, worm’s eye view, direct approach, angled approach, close up, long view. Framing (group #15) –Tight framing and wide framing and using an object as a frame. Rule of Thirds (group #16) Silhouette (group #17) “Dutch Angle” (group #18)
Art Concept Peer Lesson Research and figure out what your word has to do with PHOTOGRAPHY (start on the Resources page of my website and please ask me if you need help or clarification!) In a PowerPoint Presentation—at least 10 slides: –1. Title Slide –2. Explain the concept that was given to you in your own words. –3-8. Show us some examples of the concept in action in photography—each photo on a separate slide (for this presentation, using photographs from the Internet is acceptable because it’s for educational purposes.) –9. Give us some ideas on how WE can use the concept you researched to make our own compelling photographs. –10. Bibliography By the end of class today, save a COPY of your completed file as your group number and concept (ex: 4texture.ppt) in the Share, Digital Photography, Art Concept Presentation Turn In folder. You will show the class your PowerPoint presentations and teach them your concept starting tomorrow.