Digital Anti-Self-Portrait Name: _______ Using a digital photo of yourself and Adobe Photoshop, portray yourself as a stereotype. Text may or may not be included Objectives… Materials: C 18” x 24” vellum or watercolor paper . rushes Technique Tips: . Write About It: Create It: did you find? . Evaluate It:: ? Click-Printer-Friendly Version-above and in yellow for better viewing Homepage/index Visual Arts Classroom Guidelines Gallery of Student Digital Art 2010 Gallery of Student Digital Work 09 http://www.masters-of-photography.com/ Gallery of Student Digital Work 2010 pt 2 Gallery of Student Digital Work 09 pt. 2 Due Friday March 12, 2010 Day B. Students will create two- Due Friday April 9 Day B- Twenty new black and white photos way cool name plates to be used for both the art exhibit in may of your choice and very different from one another. (please do and also for their webpages. The name tags should be be not use photos already shot for this. Get some new fresh ones. 9x12 300 dpi. These will need to exhibit creative personal I strongly urge you to set your camera on black and white so touches throughout. Feel free to use photos and or drawings you can see the results immediately. Be aware that not every combined. scene makes a good black and white. For those of you that do not have a Black and White setting on your camera, please take the time during class on the due date to turn them into black and whites. very nice black and whites-scroll downhttp://www.instantshift.com/2009/12/19/100-beautiful- examples-of-black-and-white-photography/ Due Tuesday March 16 Day D Finish this one Due Thursday April 15 Day B, just before April break. 20 way please!!!! cool reflective self portraits-use store windows, wide angle bus Due Friday February 26, 2010, Day D Finished eye/s. The mirrors, use shiny pots and pans, find reflections in puddles, eye/s can be realistic, gory, abstract, but we want to see a dishes, spoons, and finally just a couple in everyday boring finished drawing. Due Tuesday March 2 mirrors. The camera can be an important part of the reflection in some cases. some reflective self portraits are found on this reflections page- Lesson photosReflective Self Portraits http://www.instantshift.com/2009/05/12/enjoy-the-70-more- moments-of-reflective-photography/ Due Tuesday March 16 Day D-Digital Photography lesson- Due Friday April 30 Day C. 20-30 photos describing your Body Parts-Students will photograph themselves or a friend in adventures during April Vacation. Bring your camera with you, one setting capturing 20 close up and different body parts. or plan a trip in town or shoot on over to Paris....Are you Students will then resize the photos and using a border/frame shoveling out horse barns during Vacation, then please will then put the 20 photos together to create a photomontage photograph that process..... very similar to the four to the left. Certainly take your own creative avenue as you explore this lesson. Once photos are We will then make a poster in chronological order downloaded, we will then build the final "20" in photoshop. Due Monday Feb/1/10-camera/directions book due Friday May 7th Day D. Poster of what I did over vacation....Due Friday May 7, Day D poster using photos from describing your adventures during April Vacation. Bring your Due Wednesday Day D February 3, 2010-20 images of camera with you, or plan a trip in town or shoot on over to "line". Paris....Are you shoveling out horse barns during Vacation, Due Friday Day B February 5, 2010-20 images of "shape", then please photograph that process..... not "form". Shape is flat, not 3-dimensional 1. Due Tuesday Day D February 9, 2010-20 images We will then make a poster in chronological order due Friday "ROYGBIV". May 7th Day D. Poster of what I did over vacation.... Due after class on Friday Feb 12 Day C, one finished San Base project started in class learning about features of photoshop. for also placing on your web site. Due Monday Day D February 22, 2010-20 images Set up two different still lifes with at least five very personal objects of yours. Set up a light source for one still life and set up the other still life near the sun for another natural light source. For each still life, photograph ten obviously different viewpoints. Due Wednesday, February 24 Day B-Eggs-20 photos- For all Build an image photos are due Friday May 7 Day D and the assignments it is up to you to interpret in your own creative final Build an Image will be due Thursday May 13 Day D. way, however the completed assignments need to show a Students will take about twenty to thirty sectional photos of an direct relationship to what was assigned. object, scene or building. The photos should be taken in a very Due Friday February 26, 2010 Day D Time-20 photos For all well thought out and ordered manner. Once photos are taken, assignments it is up to you to interpret in your own creative students will combine these images of the sections to create a way, however the completed assignments need to show a whole. See the following link for examples: Build an Image direct relationship to what was assigned. Due Tuesday March 2 Due Monday Day D May 3, 2010 Invisibilia Tutorial-Students will use the Invisibilia Tutorial to create a series of three or more images. Any of your photos can be used, however some work better than others-InvisibiliaTutorial Due Thursday day D 3/4/10- students will produce twenty eye Due Friday May 21-Students will build more than two symmetry or eye photos. feel free to borrow peoples eye but if you can images. Students will use photos, copy and flip to creating photograph your own eye or eyes please do so. For all interesting symmetrical images and then students will add text assignments it is up to you to interpret in your own creative to the final work. way, however the completed assignments need to show a direct relationship to what was assigned. Due Monday day B March 8, 2010 Water-Twenty photos, no more, no less-Interpretive-THERE NEEDS TO BE RESEMBLANCE TO THE LESSON PLEASE.20 photos For all assignments it is up to you to interpret in your own creative way, however the completed assignments need to show a direct relationship to what was assigned. Due March 12, 2010 Due Thursday, June 3 2010, Day B-Build an invented vehicle- DIGITAL PHOTO-MORPH PROJECT-Students will create 3-4 fly, float, drive, ride, space, etc, in an appropriate landscape for different morphs of two different photos. All students will start that vehicle, or build a room in your house. Use your own the project using one egg photo and one time photo to collection of photo's textures and patterns to build the vehicles complete the first morph. The other two-three morphs will use and landscapes they are a part of.-These may appear kid like in photos of your choice from your own collection. This project the end. Basically, you are creating a drawing using bits and will be a fast oneDigital Photo Assignments pieces of your photos. Due Wednesday 3/24/10 Day B-photomontage of body parts Photos are due Tuesday, June 1, 2010 Day D. Final project put together in a twenty section set up. add borders around due Monday June 7, 2010 Day D. final 20-very similar to the lesson presented on line.Digital Photo Assignments Build a life phrase that guides you in your daily life by using photographs of a collection of words. The phrase needs to be Dreamlike self portrait-Due Tuesday March 30, 2010 Day B. at least two complete sentences. Preferably, the phrase should Students will create a dreamlike self portrait montage of their be yours however, if you are struggling to come up with one likes, thoughts, hobbies, future goals and/or interest’s. The that is your “guiding light”, feel free to borrow from other montage will include a background, drawings, other photos or significant people. If you do borrow from significant people, photo parts, design and/or text . The examples presented then please recognize the person/s by adding quote marks and were borrowed from another school’s digital arts program. It is the person’s name. Basically, this is a build an image, my goal that our work is equal to or stronger than what is however, for each photograph taken only one word can be presented here. They used a lot of drawings colors and shapes, used. I would rather you not build the word with individual some text, some manipulation of the actual portrait, and very letters, I want you to photograph the word you are going to use. little to no photography. Once students receive the digital When building the phrase, I would suggest starting at 18x12 images of themselves, (portrait or landscape, your choice) at 300dpi on Photoshop. They need to choose one that will work best for the direction You may start with a photo background, color background or a they hope to go. If students need a new photo, please do not gradation background. Whatever you choose to do in the end, hesitate to ask. The next step is releasing the image this will be a finished, complete-no white background, and completely from the photo so that it can be placed onto a visually exciting guiding life phrase. background as a separate entity. The background can be a one color or series of colors and shapes. From there, try to use It is best for you to come up with the phrase first as your plan of as many items that represent who you are, what you like, what action and then start your hunt…. your interests are and what your future goals are. Digital Photo Assignments Additionally, I want one additional new self-portrait, showing your camera, that will be placed side by side the “build a life phrase” on the web page. Part A due April 6 and Part B is due April 15-Alphabet June Final -Students will construct a powerpoint project using digital photography and photoshop- Students will reseaching two photographers, one is a sinificant historical create an alphabet chart or piece of art using the photographer from the past and the other is a significant alphabet. Feel free to appraoch this in a very creative contempoary photographer.-Find at least five photos each from manner. Photos are due Tuesday April 6, 2010 Day C. those photographers that you respond to positively. After your The final chart of the alphabet is due the following week research, please go out and photograph as if you were both of on Thursday April 15 Day B. The final Chart will be those photographers. Find five of your own photos for each of constructed on 12x18x300 dpi. Following are some those photograohers. Resize photos to allow for posting later unusual alphabet charts that includes photos and hand on the web Please see Mr. Franklin for ideas on finding these drawn examples of the alphabet. Alphabet chart Examples photographers. Important research info can be simply copied and pasted-citing websites, dates, authors, etc. And finally in your own thoughts and words, reflect upon the photographers and how they impacted you. Due on the date of the Digital photo final June 17. Digital Photography Main Page 2010 5/10/10-Important-Build your exhibit folder ASAP! 4/27/10- http://www.bspcn.com/2008/07/13/50-photoshop-tutorials-for-dreamy-magical-lighting-effects/ 4/16/10- http://www.readyphotosite.com/blog/inspirational-photo-showcase/up-on-cloud-no-9/ Look through his portfoliohttp://www.markmawson.com/ http://badbanana.typepad.com/weblog/2009/12/underwater-paint.html 4/15/10 If you don't do your vacation photos, I will do this to you!!!!http://www.urbansand.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/toni-950x712.jpg Is this an old link I put in before? I forget...http://www.instantshift.com/2009/12/28/mix-collection-of-88-stunning-photographs-to- refresh-your-mind/ http://laurentdudot.blogspot.com/ http://www.caughtintimephotography.com/sitemap.html http://animalpicture.ru/news/mamy-v-dikoj-prirode/ bizarre and somewhat disturbing photoshopped imageshttp://thewondrous.com/24-most-disturbing- manipulated-images-ever/ More bizarre photoshop photoshttp://villageofjoy.com/amazing-photo-manipulation-by-lsd-photographers-30-pictures/ http://www.maggiesale.ca/Gallery%20Index/index.htm http://www.nhk.or.jp/professional/mogi_moja.html These are soooo cooool!http://photo.net/photodb/folder?folder_id=701922 drawing programs for freehttp://cooltoolsforschools.wikispaces.com/Drawing%20Tools 4/10/10 Scroll through to see all Droste effect photoshttp://www.webdesignerdepot.com/2009/09/50-stunning-examples-of-the-droste-effect/ http://www.photoshoplady.com/top-50-stunning-text-effect-photoshop-tutorials/ http://www.naturaltapestries.com/gallery1/gallery1. 4/2/10- http://stevechong.com/conceptualgallery1.htm http://www.dpchallenge.com/image.php?IMAGE_ID=862452 3/31/10- Improve photos by learning to use F-stops on your cameras!http://www.macworld.com/article/150150/2010/03/depthoffield.html?lsrc=rss_main http://www.naturfotografen-forum.de/o30241-hier+das+zweite+ND 3/25/10- Jamie Alphabet!-http://reubenmiller.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8341ca70953ef0115720aef03970b-pi 3/20-Happy Spring! http://www.photoble.com/photo-inspiration/20-shots-long-exposure-photography-examples/ 3/18 http://www.senseistudios.com/ pick the "Balancing Point" video on this page Reflective self portraits-http://www.flickr.com/groups/430116@N21/ Reflective self portraits-http://community.livejournal.com/mirror_me 3/17/10- jaime-http://photo.net/editors-picks/2010/tattoo-photography/ incredible!http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1258110/Amazing-moment-bald-eagle-chases-catches-starling-mid- air.html http://pongsocket.com/earthart http://www.evasionk.be/galeries.htm http://www.evasionk.be/noct09.htm http://koikoikoi.com/2010/02/a-love-letter-for-you-by-espo/ http://www.mrietze.com/images/japan09/Jap92065d.jpg 3/16/10 New lesson added today-Part A due April 6 and Part B is due April 15-Alphabet using digital photography and photoshop- Students will create an alphabet chart or piece of art using the alphabet. Feel free to appraoch this in a very creative manner. Photos are due Tuesday April 6, 2010 Day C. The final chart of the alphabet is due the following week on Thursday April 15 Day B. Following are some unusual alphabet charts that includes photos and hand drawn examples of the alphabet.Alphabet chart Examples very nice black and whites-scroll downhttp://www.instantshift.com/2009/12/19/100-beautiful-examples-of-black- and-white-photography/ http://www.maximumpc.com/article/howtos/photoshop_howto_clone_yourself 3/14/10 http://gallery.xemanhdep.com/category/others/page/2/ http://de.fishki.net/picsw/sobachki_23.jpg http://www.widerange.org/images/large/inversionSunrise.jpg 3/13/10 http://www.youthedesigner.com/2010/02/09/33-creative-photoshop-tutorials-text-effects-for-beginners-and-advanced/ http://wvs.topleftpixel.com/photos/2008/08/island_river_sunset_lightning_evening_01a.jpg http://www.epica-awards.com/pages/results/2009/finalists/print/images/27_01327_Zoo_Bus_Epica_CMYK.jpg 3/11/10- http://designwar.net/page.php?id=42 http://yayeveryday.com/images/post_images/2010-1-31/8920/1265004417.jpg http://img2.socwall.com/Nature/Landscapes/200807090814-9681.jpg http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2010/03/scenes_from_kenya.html 3/10/10 http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2010/03/chile_nine_days_later.html http://www.alexeytitarenko.com/port_cityshadows.html http://www.flickr.com/photos/saabrobz/4403788385/sizes/l/ http://thedesigninspiration.com/articles/top-45-creative-anti-smoking-advertisements/ http://dar-jan.livejournal.com/347774.html http://content1.docstoc.com/flash/National%20Geographic%20Pictures.swf http://1x.com/photo/23573/ way cool!!!!-http://pixzii.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/reflection-reflective-photography-camera-glass.png another way cool!!!!-http://digart.img.digart.pl/data/img/vol1/10/19/download/4299445.jpg http://user.adme.in/blog/browse/u/Inga/page/-1 http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/8558527.stm http://gallery.photo.net/photo/9484553-md.jpg 3/9/10 http://larsvandegoor.zenfolio.com/p718144321/h808a499#h17267574 3/8a/10- http://www.zefrank.com/scribbler/scribblertoo/ http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/30-captivating-fire-dancing-photos/ http://www.jazjaz.net/2009/04/40-hauntingly-beautiful-photographs-taken-in-graveyards.html 3/8/10- http://villageofjoy.com/inspirational-photo-manipulation-by-erik-johansson-21-pictures/ 3/7/10 http://www.mrdphotography.co.uk/tutorials/give%20your%20images%20more%20punch/give%20 your%20images%20more%20punch.htm http://bp0.blogger.com/_uA6GxzBFajc/RoyyEdilwBI/AAAAAAAAAEc/ZfLHABxKuEc/s1600-h/paris.jpg http://www.checkoutmyink.com/tattoos/dj_hughman/73636/zoomed http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2010/03/nyc_and_las_vegas_from_above_a.html http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2008/09/07/35-brilliant-examples-of-rain-photography/ soooo cooooollllll!http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2009/02/02/article-1133589-0343FA96000005DC-221_634x473.jpg http://www.allthingschristmas.com/pics1/retro-christmas-lights1.jpg 3/6/10 http://community.livejournal.com/prophotos_ru/754158.html http://jpgmag.com/photos/1840098 http://gallery.photo.net/photo/9888897-md.jpg http://www.online-photoshoptutorials.com/2008/10/17-of-the-most-visually-beautiful-hdr-images.html http://photo.net/photodb/member-photos?user_id=453750 roygbivhttp://photo.net/photodb/photo?photo_id=3001056 http://www.kontraband.com/pics/21738/Childhood-Pictures-Reposed/ wicked cool one for portraitshttp://digital-photography-school.com/10-ways-to-take-stunning-portraits http://www.naturfotografen-forum.de/data/media/10/pict5508c_nf::Kai_R%C3%B6sler_.jpg http://www.photosight.ru/photo/alone/3639831/ http://www.megapixel.net/html/galleries/covers/covgfx/cedric-sacilotto.jpg 3/5/10- http://www.batailley.net/images/20081010193800__mg_2442.jpg http://www.rnrh.net/images/blog/hdr-sunset_soon_forgotten.jpg http://yawoot.com/post/1466 http://www.artdaily.com/index.asp?int_sec=2∫_new=36351 http://www.pumpkinpirate.info/ks/ http://www.designsbuzz.com/index.php/textures/50-high-resolution-free-paper-textures/5232 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ky6vgQfU24 http://media.hostedfile.com/hostedfile/pdata/71797.jpg http://upstagereview.org/MusicGraphics/broken%20piano%20keys.jpg http://www.upi.com/News_Photos/gallery/2010-Winter-Olympics/Top-Olympic-Wipe-Outs/2989/ http://www.flashcomguru.com/apps/fullscreen_player9/fullscreen.html http://www.paddlenround.com/img/shark-kayak.jpg http://www.flashcomguru.com/apps/fullscreen_player9/fullscreen.html http://impostors.livejournal.com/76339.html very powerful!http://www.ralfbrunner.com/Website/Bilder/reportage/aids/index.html http://www.smashingapps.com/2009/12/12/45-breathtaking-examples-of-slow-shutter-speed-photography.html http://www.jones-terwilliger-galleries.com/images/white/AutumnLight3648.jpg http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/staticfiles/NGS/Shared/StaticFiles/Places/Images/San%20Francisco/ golden-gate-bridge-xl.jpg http://iconology.therndm.com/archive/food-dye-corey-holms/630 http://www.behance.net/JoakimK/frame/254864 http://2photo.ru/uploads/posts/4268/20080331/imjakhudozhnika/ 31_03_2008_0257958001206913759_rony_shram.jpg http://www.art-dept.com/artists/mccurry/portfolio/portfolio.html http://saturnic.livejournal.com/386259.html 3/4/2010- http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2010/03/holi_2010.html http://www.calebcharland.com/ 3/3/10 http://www.danheller.com/kings-canyon-star-trails-1.html http://photoawards.ru/contests/13343/photos/469735#photo http://www.dirjournal.com/info/love-in-black-white/ http://quillcards.com/blog/index.php/2009/11/24/a-photoshop-technique-for-darkening-around-a-soft-outline/ http://www.digart.pl/praca/3418403/Mowa_dloni.html http://culturazzi.org/review/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/the-cyclist.jpg http://cache.photosight.ru/img/a/a9e/3616543_large.jpg http://photoschop.com/ 3/2/10- http://synapticstimuli.com/we-are-nature/ http://digitaljournalist.org/issue0604/finalsalute18.html http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/35662831/ns/news-picture_stories/displaymode/1247/?beginSlide=1 http://gizmodo.com/5483677/54-awesome-action-sequences 2/22/10 http://www.ltytutorials.com/category/advanced-tutorials/ 2/20/10 jaime-http://www.vimeo.com/6794856 2/19/10 http://pinkonhead.com/inspiration/photography/19-hand-picked-raining-photos/ http://blogs.denverpost.com/captured/2008/11/24/life-images-hosted-by-google/ http://www.mrietze.com/images/japan09/Jap92065d.jpg http://www.questionbin.com/blogcomment/Photoshop-Tutorial-Metallic-Text.html http://www.photosfan.com/images/beautiful-christmas-lights1.jpg http://www.boredstop.com/moonhi.htm http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/18/business/18workers.html?em http://www.toxel.com/inspiration/2008/05/15/breathtaking-sky-art/ http://img2.visualizeus.com/thumbs/10/02/02/cat-33eaf310c6ea1bd45a909ad49494d44c_h.jpg http://fc00.deviantart.net/fs51/f/2009/267/c/3/Music_for_my_eyes_by_ei_en.jpg http://www.flickr.com/photos/katmere/54967349/sizes/o/ http://www.pdnphotooftheday.com/2009/11/2660 http://www.wired.com/images/slideshow/2008/02/gallery_holga_top_10/6_fire_dancer.jpg http://photoawards.ru/system/userphotos/0024/9743/249743_large.jpg http://www.thesefleetingmoments.com/images/20080915130701_as-our-petals-touch.jpg http://troisiemeoeil.org/wp-content/images/photos/2007/10/20071017.jpg http://www.lighttheexpedition.com/photos/slideshow/ss-emerald-bay.jpg http://beautyineverything.com/people/mJWjn5iTpJq4uKWe http://www.photoblink.com/images/c23/im/pb198462.jpg http://img254.imageshack.us/img254/4425/reflectivebubbleyy3.jpg http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2008/08/24/45-beautiful-motion-blur-photos/ 2/12/10 Shot at 4:30 am on Cadillac Mtn.http://www.betterphoto.com/gallery/dynoGallDetail.asp?photoID=9773657&catID=556&contestCatID=&rowNumber=6&camID= 2/10/10-2/11/10 text and photoshophttp://www.sitepoint.com/blogs/2009/11/23/pimp-my-text-bling-bling-with-photoshop/ http://www.behance.net/Gallery/Colorfulescent/281582 http://www.creativetempest.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/christophe-huet-17.jpg eye drawing-http://www.artinstructionblog.com/graphite-pencil-drawing-tutorial-female-eye-by-faith-te http://coolvibe.com/2009/100-epic-images-from-hubble-space-telescope/ http://fiveprime.org/hivemind/User/Midnight-digital/Interesting http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/photo-manipulation-at-its http://www.thesofthelp.com/2010/01/23-photo-effect-photoshop-tutorials.html http://www.behance.net/TheKyza Mary-how about this for a heart?http://www.readyphotosite.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/1238508025fvepwc5.jpg http://www.ephotozine.com/article/How-to-exclude-colour-from-an-image-in-Photoshop-12605 2/9/2010 I changed some due dates please see above and in Powerschool. New lesson was added today-a name plate for both the websites and for the art exhibit in May. Due Thursday March 4, 2010 Day D. Students will create (2) two- way cool name plates to be used for both the art exhibit in may and also for their webpages. The name tags should be be 9x12 300 dpi. These will need to exhibit creative personal touches throughout. Feel free to use photos and or drawings combined. http://www.sumopaint.com/app/ 2/6/10 http://www.digitalpicturezone.com/digital-pictures/30-striking-examples-of-silhouette-photography/ http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/722109 http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2008/04/28/really-stunning-pictures-and-photos/ http://vetton.ru/walls/animals/vetton_ru_639.jpg http://static.panoramio.com/photos/original/17065826.jpg http://1x.com/OEfullSize/30481-fullsize.jpg roygbivhttp://www.cjazzart.com/artist/Guerra%20De%20La%20Paz/images/gdlp_indradhanush_2008.jpg scroll thru for roygbivhttp://www.ericmeola.com/ http://www.keithlaban.co.uk/foundpaintings.html http://www.keithlaban.co.uk/ http://www.judyarndt.ca/galleries/frost_music/index.htm http://www.judyarndt.ca/galleries.htm roygbiv!!!http://www.filemagazine.com/thecollection/archives/2009/08/melt_down.html http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2010/02/colorful_india.html great text-photograph finished with apple shift 4http://www.moremeyou.com/you.html http://maclab.guhsd.net/students/blog/writing_trees.jpg http://1x.com/?viewpic=30781 http://jrhummel.boundlessgallery.com/portfolio/index.html http://www.digitalpicturezone.com/digital-pictures/30-colorful-examples-of-high-speed-bullet-photography/ http://photo.net/photodb/member-photos?user_id=2178335&include=all&unlimit=1 http://photo.net/photodb/photo?photo_id=6729932 talk about simple...http://niemann.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/02/02/i-lego-ny/ 2/4/10 http://www.petapixel.com/2009/07/10/7-steps-to-taking-clone-photographs/ http://www.timecatcher.com/ This set of tutorials will help with some of the actions I showed you in class on Wednesday. Check the curves tutorialhttp://www.makeuseof.com/tag/introductory-photoshop-skills-for-the-beginning-photographer/ unreal!http://img.thesun.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00817/SNN0414VC-682_817956a.jpg http://www.fotografia-przyrodnicza.art.pl/galeria/zdjecia/1320.jpg http://www.tutorialmagazine.com/32-best-photoshop-tutorials-of-july-2009 Check this self portrait out!http://www.nasa.gov/images/content/418957main_iss022e025518_full.jpg http://www.richardhellergallery.com/dynamic/artwork_detail.asp?ArtworkID=1178 2/2/10-NEW LESSONS ADDED FOR RECORDING/ SHOOTING WITH YOUR CAMERAS-SEE POWERSCHOOL AND/OR THE BOX ABOVE-EGGS-20 PHOTOS 2/24, TIME 20 PHOTOS 2/26. CONTINUE PHOTOGRAPHING ON YOUR OWN AS WELL TO FILL YOUR "ORIGINAL FOLDERS". REMEMBER THOUGH, I AM NOT LOOKING FOR FAMILY ALBUMS OR FAMILY PHOTOS UNLESS THERE IS A CREATIVE AND SPONTANEOUS APPROACH AND YOU ARE SHOOTING AT DIFFERENT ANGLES OR USING DIFFERENT PROCESSES TO FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHY. http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2010/02/photogalleries/100201-fluid-motion-winners-pictures?now=2010-02-01- 00:01#025775_600x450.jpg 2/1/2010 http://creativefan.com/52-stunning-long-exposure-photographs/ Scroll thruhttp://www.fotocommunity.de/pc/pc/channel/2/extra/new/display/19509392 http://www.flickr.com/photos/rubin110/4313654518/sizes/l/ 1/31/2010 http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2010/01/afghanistan_january_2010.html http://en.tspot.pl/news/55-incredible-examples-photo-manipulation/ http://coolvibe.com/2009/100-epic-images-from-hubble-space-telescope/ http://img1.socwall.com/Abstract/General/200827063915-8589.jpg http://www.nonsensesociety.com/2009/08/teenage-photographers/ http://www.dirjournal.com/info/oh-these-dads-photos-of-fathers-and-kids/ This is what happens when plastics enter our oceanshttp://www.chrisjordan.com/current_set2.php?id=11 http://www.whitphoto.com/Galleries/Water%20Drop%20Sculptures/WDSindex.htm http://www.kevinvanaelst.com/photoapple.html http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/30-captivating-fire-dancing-photos/ http://www.vertustech.com/blog/2008/02/11/32/ http://www.clarklittlephotography.com/gallery/ You can see the gear Clark Little uses to photograph waves at the bottom of the page on this link.http://www.webdesignerdepot.com/2009/06/the-fantastic-photography-of-clark-little/ http://andrewprokos.com/ http://wiki.colby.edu/download/attachments/33587362/circumpolar1600.jpg http://www.dannyclinch.com/index2.html http://vorpal.us/img/waveofthefuture.jpg http://photoawards.ru/photos/232400/alone http://inspiredology.com/31-national-geographic-photography/ http://www.pumpkinpirate.info/ks/ http://www.photomichaelwolf.com/hongkongarchitecture/ http://galeri.milliyet.com.tr/2008/10/7Internetten_seckiler_69/44.jpg http://kuvaton.com/kuvei/tirppa.jpg http://www.leerentz.com/ http://www.dualmonitorbackgrounds.com/albums/industrial/Paris.jpg 1/30/10 http://www-personal.umich.edu/~jensenl/visuals/album/michigan/ http://www.wallpapers.net/view/snow_leopard-1280x720.html http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/introductory-photoshop-skills-for-the-beginning-photographer/ http://www.artistsindevon.com/digital_art/Exhibition-1/Art-Ripples/art-ripple_6.htm http://officeofstrategicinfluence.com/calm/ http://www.astrophoto.com/images.htm http://www.pdnphotooftheday.com/2009/12/2778 http://atticus-flinch.livejournal.com/473373.html?mode=reply http://redgrabs.com/izzy/ http://creativevolition.com/blog/tutorials/photo-collage-tutorial/ 1/29/2010 http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/41-nicest-photoshop-photo-effects-photoshop-tutorials/ This is sooooo sad!http://www.binscorner.com/pages/w/who-says-birds-dont-have-feelings.html Digital artworkshttp://www.escapeintolife.com/artist-watch/rory-kurtz/ http://www.foxnews.com/slideshow/scitech/2010/01/28/eyepoppers-best-science-photos-week?slide=4 this photo is bizarre, but we all have one!http://www.foxnews.com/slideshow/scitech/2010/01/28/eyepoppers-best-science- photos-week?slide=11 http://sepientia.com/2010/01/photographer-whose-work-is-based-on-the-laws-of-physics/ 1/28/10-Thursday Day 7D Two students absent, one student unexcused late and all the rest are present and on time. We started out by looking at the sketch fu eye and we set up a new canvas to draw eyes. We looked at a drawing book so the students had some eyedea on what direction they wanted to take in their eyedrawing. In addition to the eye drawing we will continue to work on San Base which is due next week. The eye drawings will be due the following week, Tuesday Feb 9 Day D, I quickly showed students how to use text, to change colors, to change sizes, to change the warpness and to create a layer. I showed a little bit about layers and how to flatten layers and how to hide layers. I showed the students how to use the lasso tool and showed them other tools under the lasso tool. I showed the sponge tool the burn tool and the dodge tool. I also showed students how to add additional space to the canvas. Work session. http://digital-photography-school.com/rule-of-thirds Due Tuesday February 9, 2010, Day D Finished eye/s. The eye/s can be realistic, gory, abstract, but we want to see a finished drawing. 1/27/10 a The beauty of Photography! Catching a moment in time. This is a split second before the bubble breks completely: http://img.leprosorium.com/604263 http://www.photoshopwebsite.com/photoshop-tutorials/special-photo-effects-play-with-your-photoportrait-effects/40-photoshop- tutorials-to-improve-your-photo-quality/ http://www.abductit.com/files/articles/3d_art/image_01.jpg Wow! Check these waves out! http://internetpopculture.com/2009/09/15/inside-the-tube-incredible-wave-photography/ http://www.shortlist.com/uploads/assets/lensimagine.jpg http://designreviver.com/tutorials/how-to-learn-photoshop-in-24-hrs/ http://www.caine.com/wild.asp http://woa2.com/a-walk-through-time/ http://features.cgsociety.org/newgallerycrits/g32/352432/352432_1246003810_large.jpg http://photoshopcontest.com/tutorials/27/more-texturing.html http://www.mealymonsterland.com/sculpture-gallery-2009/ http://www.wild-landscape.com/gallery.htm http://www.mccannas.com/pshop/photosh0.htm http://www.tutorialmagazine.com/33-best-photoshop-tutorials-of-april-2009 http://ziza.es/2009/08/26/print:page,1,natura_20_foto.html http://1x.com/OEfullSize/30807-fullsize.jpg http://www.layersmagazine.com/photoshop-cs4-a-picture-worth-a-thousand-words.html http://www.designshard.com/video-tutorials/16-great-photoshop-light-effect-tutorials/ 1/27/2010-For all of our photowork, we will use current and present and future photos for all assignements please. It is important that we honestly keep track of it.We built new folders for our projects, learned some starting places with photoshop, started a photoshop art piece based loosely on San Base.http://www.sanbasestudio.com/gallery.htm http://www.sanbasestudio.com/page29.htm New lessons were added; San Base -inclass photoshop Art image-due Friday April 2, 2010 Cell phone photos-Due Thursday April 1 Day D, 30 way cool awesome cell phone photos. Avoid yearbook type. For a challege set up your own cell phone criteria. The more you limit yourself, the more creative you may be forced to be. Only 30 please. GHS Shadow photos-Due Thursday April 1, 2010 Day D-Students will photograph a variety of shadows in and around GHS. Its important to have your camera with you most days to try to capture the shadows. Try to avoid people, have the shadow and light stand for itself. however if some one is walking by and you happen to catch their shoes as they move and it becomes a part of the shadow statement then definitely use it..... Looking for at least 30 GHS Shadows. 1/26/2010 Welcome to Digital Photography Today, we will go over the Guidelines of the art program and discuss the make up of the class. I do need to see all of your cameras and any direction book or pamphlet that came with your camera. You all will need a flash drive, I strongly suggest 4-8 gigabytes but two gigs will work. You have photography assignments that you need to start to work on. For all assignments it is up to you to interpret in your own creative way, however the completed assignments need to show a direct relationship to what was assigned. We will also set up our computers and the space we will be working in. Most, if not all of our work will be done on the computers. As far as computer use, we are here to work with digital art and photography, not check our emails, chat with friends, or cruise the internet. All of our computer use will be related to our tasks at hand. Plan ahead, plan wisely, plan early. Avoid high maintenance issues that become difficult to work with. For example: "The dog ate my digital files. Just before I was going to print this out, there was a massive earthquake and it totally destroyed my computer, I am glad it did not effect my Wii, though! My camera batteries are toast. My brother sat on my camera. or All of a sudden, my flashcard was borrowed by The Batman. " Assignments are due when they are due. 20 images only per assignment unless otherwise stated. All photo assignments need to be on a flash drive ready to upload to the computers. Due Wednesday Day D February 3, 2010-20 images of "line". Due Friday Day B February 5, 2010-20 images of "shape", not "form". Shape is flat, not 3-dimensional Due Tuesday Day D February 9, 2010-20 images "ROYGBIV". Due Friday Day C February 12, 2010-20 images Set up two different still lifes with at least five very personal objects of yours. Set up a light source for one still life and set up the other still life near the sun for another natural light source. For each still life, photograph ten obviously different viewpoints. If any of the following links are inappropriate in any way, please contact me as soon as possible so that I can remove them. http://pixzii.com/animal/28-examples-of-excellent-animal-photography-shots/ http://www.earthwindow.com/ http://www.robinurton.com/history/photography.htm http://www.photographymuseum.com/ http://haha.nu/interesting/beaumont-newhall-the-history-of-photography/ http://www.best-digital-photography.com/history-of-digital-photography.php http://www.hrc.utexas.edu/exhibitions/permanent/wfp/ http://www.all-art.org/photography/AA-history_enc_brit.htm http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/photography/photographers/photography-timeline.html http://www.fotoart.gr/photography/history/firstphotos/index.htm http://photohistory.jeffcurto.com/ http://photo.net/learn/history/timeline http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/DSphotodry5E4.htm http://www.photohistorytimeline.com/ http://www.rleggat.com/photohistory/history/cameraob.htm http://www.photographyhistory.com/contents.html http://www.ashesandsnow.org/ http://www.funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/120165/Cool+hand+paintings/ http://sketchfu.com/drawing/29973-eye http://fineartamerica.com/featured/jimi-hendrix-tim-allen.html http://www.layersmagazine.com/photoshop-cs4-a-picture-worth-a-thousand-words.html http://www.mccannas.com/pshop/photosh0.htm http://1dak.com/other/11-beautiful-examples-of-light-graffiti/ http://www.tutorials-db.com/ http://psdtuts.com/tutorials-effects/create-a-space-explosion-from-scratch-in-photoshop/ http://dptnt.com/2008/10/night-photography-ideas-and-techniques/ http://digital-photography-school.com/how-to-photograph http://amolife.com/image/landscapes/colorful-waves.html http://fc.yarmouth.k12.me.us/~Melissa_noack/ayhs_web04/photo1wmusic.mov http://www.photographytips.com/ http://www.tutorialvault.net/categories/Photoshop/Text-Effects/11/ http://blog.epicedits.com/2007/11/05/the-top-5-black-white-photography-tips/ http://www.designshard.com/video-tutorials/16-great-photoshop-light-effect-tutorials/ http://people.rit.edu/andpph/exhibit-3.html http://www.digital-cameras-help.com/photography.html http://www.plantpath.cornell.edu/PhotoLab/KnowledgeBase/DigiPhotoTips/DigiPhotoTips.htm http://www.dmarshall.nl/workindex.htm http://www.plantpath.cornell.edu/PhotoLab/KnowledgeBase/DigiPhotoTips/DigiPhotoTips.htm http://www.toxel.com/inspiration/2008/05/15/breathtaking-sky-art/ http://www.themindofmadness.com/ http://www.beyondmegapixels.com/ http://digital-photography-school.com/21-settings-techniques-and-rules-all-new-camera-owners-should-know http://photopostsblog.com/2009/02/19/colour-my-world/ http://www.pxleyes.com/ http://www.backtoessentials.com/inspiration/120-stunning-and-inspiring-examples-of-macro-photography/ http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials.htm http://www.kodak.com/eknec/PageQuerier.jhtml?pq-path=39/6370&pq-locale=en_US&_requestid=6890 http://www.caughtintimephotography.com/sitemap.html http://www.masters-of-photography.com/ http://files.kavefish.com/pictures/collections/pictures_from_the_sky/_index-list.html http://nuovo.com/southern-images/analyses.html http://www.layersmagazine.com/photoshop-cs4-a-picture-worth-a-thousand-words.html http://www.tutorialvault.net/categories/Photoshop/Text-Effects/11/ http://www.digital-cameras-help.com/photography.html http://www.vicman.net/lightartist/lightartist_g.htm http://psdtuts.com/tutorials-effects/create-a-space-explosion-from-scratch-in-photoshop/ http://www.thephotoargus.com/inspiration/30-amazing-examples-of-camera-toss-photography/ http://www.sanbasestudio.com/gallery.htm http://www.sanbasestudio.com/page29.htm http://www.photography.com/articles/types-of-photography/black-and-white/ http://www.rleggat.com/photohistory/ http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials.htm http://luxton.blogware.com/blog/_archives/2008/5/25/3711027.html http://www.betterphoto.com/gallery/dynoGall2.asp?catID=441 http://1x.com/ http://photo.net/gallery/ http://www.zama.com/ontheroad/ga_main.html http://www.exploretheabyss.com/photo/gallery/html/best.htm http://www.rc-astro.com/index.php http://www.naturephoto-cz.com/ Final Project Creating a Photographic Series: Plan and direct this idea. It should not be candid or casual. Due Date: Tuesday May 4th Beginning of Class Here are 3 themes your Final Project can explore. Environment Portrait: This project will integrate a person with a place. The goal is to show the relationship between the person and the environment. This works best if you choose a place that reflects the person such as a home or work environment or a place that holds meaning for them. Remember to control your elements and details. Camera tools such as wide angle or telephoto, lighting, and design elements all can influence the look and meaning of the image. Begin simply and make sure you are in control of your idea. Self Portrait–Create Your Own Identity: This could be a literal physical description or an interpretation of your frame of mind. This is a great time to become your alter ego as well. This is about a personality, it’s not a drivers license. You can include environment, props, etc to direct your audience. The Body as Subject: From the sublime to the outrageous, the human body has been a vehicle for expression for centuries. The body can be used to represent gender, age, emotion, or sexuality all without implying individuality. This will require you to define your own ideas about the body and its meaning. Be aware of how your work is influenced by history and contemporary culture. Midterm – Night Photography ART142 Midterm Due3/23/2010 (the Tuesday after Spring Break) Photography in Low Light (Plan on this taking more time than you thougth!) Plan ahead and you will save time and disappointment. You can even set up lights at home or in the neighborhood to get better control. Try a variety of light sources for different color effects. Be careful with your metering remember what happens when you meter the light source instead of the object. Bracket your shots: Bracketing means shooting a picture at the recommended exposure then taking the same shot at the next highest and next lowest exposure in the hopes that one of the three will work well. It’s a technique that is especially useful when there is too little or too much light available. Most digital cameras have a bracketing mode that automatically adjusts the exposure level so you can take 3 to 5 shots in a row to bracket a picture. If your camera has a remote control, use it in conjunction with your tripod to further eliminate camera shake. White balance for your main light source or for effect. Shot in both RAW and JPG mode. You will turn in the jpg’s but we will adjust the white balance of the RAW files in class. Always bring a tripod or steady support. Your camera’s autofocus may not work properly in low-light conditions. Bring a flashlight, use it to see your camera’s controls and also use it to point it at your object, get the object in focus, turn the flashlight off, take the photograph. Be smart, go with a friend. Bring a cell phone. Tell someone where you are going. Other fun light sources, glow sticks, LED’s, fire (please be careful with these and do this safely) Due: You will create a contact sheet of at least 32 images you shot. Select 10 and only 10 from all of the images you shot. You will present and be graded on the 10 images you selected. DUE: Tuesday March 23, the Tuesday we get back from SPRING BREAK. Project 1 Photographing Depth of Field: What’s in focus and why? Due Date: Feb 9, 2010, Beginning of class, on a folder with your First name Last name Project1 (FirstLastProject1) Download the Word File Here The size of your aperture also determines how much of your image will be in focus. This is your depth of field. As the aperture opening gets smaller, the depth of field increases and more of the scene from near to far appears sharp in the photograph. When you look at a scene your eyes only focus on a certain distance at a time. Only the subject of your interest is actually in focus. As your eyes move from different objects in your view the focus changes accordingly. Make several photographs of a subject (your choice), but shooting outside in daylight will allow you to experiment with depth of field/aperture, without having to worry about lighting or shutter speed too much. Shoot an image where everything is in focus (large depth of field) and then narrow your depth of field so that the background is out of focus and only your subject is focused. Look below for the effect you are trying to achieve, however, be creative with the assingment and think about the composition and what you want the focus of your photograph to be. Small Aperture (f stop) = Large Depth of Field The image below was shot at f/32 Large Aperture (f stop) = Small Depth of Field The image below was shot at f/5 Get creative with the assignment. Look at the images below and see how our perception of what the photograph is about is changed by the depth of field. How would Eli Reed’s portrait of Tyrese Gibson change if Eli Reed had used a smaller aperture and had the whole image in focus? Or how would the photograph be different if the child in the background been in focus and Tyrese Gibson been out of focus? Here is another Eli Reed photograph which uses depth of field well. Here is another example, this time in daylight. Notice how even a subtle use of depth of field enhances what the photograph is about. Project 3 Documenting a location Due Date: Choose a location to photograph/document. The location can be as varied as your childhood park, downtown Phoenix, or Papago Peak. Once you choose your location ask yourself: What do you want to remember about this location? What is the best part of the place for you? If you choose a landscape, is the entire landscape interesting or a particular part of it? If you choose a cityscape or urban environment is it a place of comfort or chaos? (think quaint and quiet coffeshop versus starbucks during rush hour) Is it the people or the buildings that give it character. Explore the location and what you want to take away from it. The purpose of this assignment is for you to document the location. Walk around the location you choose. Look at it from different angles and positions. Pay attention to the relationship between the foreground and the background; the closer you are to an object, the more a slight change of position will affect its relationship to the background. If possible return or plan on visiting the same location at different times of day to explore different lighting. How does the location change in early morning sun versus the soft diffused light of sunset? Now that you have explored depth of field, you can use depth of field to emphasize a certain part of the location. Alfred Stieglitz was a master of the cityscapes. http://www.masters-of-photography.com/S/stieglitz/stieglitz2.html This deceivingly simple composition creates a beautiful, dreary image of a street during a spring shower. But also pay attention to the man on the far left. The man is not the focus of the photograph, but how does his hunched over presence, cowering from the rain, affect how we perceive this photograph? How would this image be different if it was shot on a sunny day in bright daylight? If you prefer landscapes, there is no one beter to imitate than Ansel Adams. Explore his photography here, or do a Google image search for Ansel Adams. Look at how he uses the repetition of the rocks in the foreground and contrasts them as well as compares them to the repetition of the mountains in the background. Or look at how others have used his work as a starting off point. Project 4 Frame, Design and Background You always make a decision, make it a concious one. Due Date: Tuesday, April 6th beginning of class. After we have made a decision about what our subject matter is and we have decided on the initial framing. The next step is to determine the best way to organize and present the idea. The idea should be your guide. Determine what you want the photograph to communicate and try to make all of your choices support that idea. The decisions may be clear and simple or visually complex depending on your choice of subject matter. Here are some of the decisions that may be considered. Background: Do the non-subject elements enhance or distract from the idea. Which choices can you make to make sure the background supports or at least does not interfere with the subject? Basic Design: Can you organize the image to take advantage of basic design elements, such as- Rhythm and Patterns Emphasis (what is the focus of the image) Movement Shapes Due Date: Tuesday, April 6th beginning of class. What is due? Six images in a folder with your name and a contact sheet with 32 images. You will be graded on the 6 images and points and completion of a contact sheet with 32 images. Shot at least 32 images so that you can create the contact sheet and have images to choose from. Project 5 Photographing Shapes Due Date: A photographs shape can affect its meaning. A photograph takes the 3 dimensional world and flattens it into a two dimensional image. The world is reduced to its basic elements. Line, repetition, color. With your camera take pictures of shapes that interest you. Explore why the shapes interest you, isolate the shape, does it suggest anything to you? As Edward Weston states of his famous Pepper #30 photograph “It is classic, completely satysfying-a pepper-but more than a pepper; abstract, in that it is completely outside subject matter.” With this in mind, compare his famous Pepper #30 and his image Shells to his other equally famous photograph Nude. He takes a closeup picture of the pepper, outside of its context, and minimizes the background to almost black so that we only see the shape of the pepper and the countours of its surface. You can also use shapes as a metaphor as Warren Padula does in his photograph of a dairy aisle in a supermarket titled Mouth. Or you can make abstract compositions from peeling paint on a wall like Aaron Siskind does.
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