PART ONE: RESEARCH
- Working with a partner search the internet and read up on the different shots and angles.
- For each term draw a thumbnail image as well as a definition that you will be able to use as a reference throughout the year Each student will complete this in their photography notebook
- Include a list of where you found information
** Students must show me complete notes before moving on to part two
PART TWO: PHOTOS
- Take photos that represent each of the shots, angles and miscellaneous
terms You will be sharing a camera but each student will be expected to take their own photos
- Create a folder in your u:drive and call it shots & angles
- Resize your photos so that they are no bigger than 600 and save them in your new folder
PART THREE: POWERPOINT or GOOGLE PRESENTATION
- Using the photos you took create a PowerPoint presentation each slide should have an image and definition
- You should have a title slide that includes your name, course title & code, teacher’s name as well as assignment name.
- Last slide should reference where you found your original information
Camera Shots Camera Angles Composition Rule of Thirds
Extreme Long Shot Long Shot Medium Shot Chest Shot
Extreme Close Up Over the Shoulder Shot Two- Shot Point of View
Eye level High Angle Level Oblique Shot
Assessment may change but you will be notified
- Folder setup… 2 marks
- Saving procedures … 3 marks
- Notes/Storyboard … 5 marks
- Power Point presentation … 32 marks
Be sure to embed your Presentation at the blog.