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Digital Photography 1 Module 4: Working with Images LESSON 8
Module 4: Working with Images LESSON 8 In this lesson, we will: Explore digital photography. Discover compositional styles. Analyze and share photographs collected in the last lesson.
Module 4: Working with Images LESSON 8 Guiding Questions How is digital photography changing the photography world? How is digital photography used in Web design? What compositional techniques help make a good photograph?
Module 4: Working with Images LESSON 8 Web sites Digital Photography Class: http://digitalphotographyclass.net/http://digitalphotographyclass.net/ Composition tips: http://www.photolaureates.org/tutorial/composition/http://www.photolaureates.org/tutorial/composition/ More composition tips: http://digital-photography-school.com/blog/category/composition-tips/ http://digital-photography-school.com/blog/category/composition-tips/
Module 4: Working with Images LESSON 8 Digital Photography Digital Photography: A form of photography that uses digital – electronic – technology to create digital images of subjects. Digital images can be displayed, printed, manipulated, transmitted, and stored using computer techniques.
Module 4: Working with Images LESSON 8 Composition: The layout of elements in a photograph Factor framing: Enclosing a subject in a natural frame Lighting: The use of light in a photograph to create strategic effects. Lead Room: The space in front of an object that appears to be moving in a photograph. Rule of Thirds: A composition rule - photograph is split into 9 equal parts and the subject is placed on one of the 4 intersecting points. Background: The area behind the subject in a photograph. Orientation: The photograph format: either portrait or landscape.
Module 4: Working with Images LESSON 8 Digital Photography
Module 4: Working with Images LESSON 8 Activity Share the photos you collected from the previous lesson with a partner. List the compositional techniques found in the photos collected. (Some may not have any composition techniques, just a picture!) Pick your favorite photograph that shows one of the compositional techniques discussed. Place the photo in a class folder on the server and rename as with your name. Be prepared to share with the class.
Module 4: Working with Images LESSON 8 Lesson Review Compositional techniques Digital Photography Factor framing Lighting Lead Room Rule of Thirds Background Orientation
Module 4: Working with Images LESSON 8 Assessment How is digital photography integrated into the World Wide Web? What is your favorite compositional technique of photography? Why? Draw the grid of the Rule of Thirds. Where do you place your subjects on the grid? Make a list of objects that can frame a subject in your photograph.