Presentations text content in Digital Photography
Learning objective 1
Understand the features and settings of digital photographic equipment.Slide3
Learning objective 1
Talk about the features and setting of equipment.Capabilities and limitations of different equipment.Talk about the suitability of different equipment in different settings.
Make a slide for each different rule of photography and composition.Slide4
Settings of digital cameras
Aperture Priority Mode (A or AV)
Shutter Priority Mode (S or TV)
Features of digital cameras
Megapixels and digital camera resolution
reproduction, noise and distorsion
Features and settings of digital cameras
On the last two slides is an list features and setting of digital cameras.
For the lowest mark pick four from each list and describe what they are.
For highest mark pick six from each and describe what they are.Slide7
Different Ways To Take Pictures
They are lots of different ways to pictures
Can you name any?Slide8Slide9
Using an iPads for taking digital photos
LM – 4 different products HM – 6 different products going over all details of the product
Find an image
of the product
down in sentence what the product is able to do in taking images.
Good features and settings.
down in sentence what the product is
not so good at when
features, why they bad.
Where is good to use this product.
Where best not to use.Slide10
The Rules Of Photography
Rule of Thirds
Symmetry and Patterns
The golden ratio
Rule of Odds
Fill the Frame
The Rules Of Photography And Composition
On the last slide is an list different rules of photography and composition.
For the lowest mark pick four from each list and describe what they are and find two examples
For highest mark pick eight from each and describe what they are and
Even better mark find your own rules.Slide12
Learning Objective 2
Be able to plan a photo-shoot
Learning objective 2
Look at the brief and come up with idea photo shoot.Make a list target audience and what they needMake a mind map of different ideas
Make a work plan
List equipment would will need.
Talk about the law around taking pictures.Slide14
You have been asked by your local tourist information centre to produce a portfolio of digital photographs for a display on the theme of ‘My Local Area’ to attract visitors and businesses
You will take a series of digital photographs and select the best.
The photographic portfolio should be based on a suitable theme such as the urban landscape, architecture, people, sports or the natural environment. Visitors will include tourists and shoppers. The tourist information centre has requested that your photographs are
changed significantly by using image editing tools and techniques.Slide15
Using tag galaxy find different images that would attract tourists.
Write down what kind of tourists they would attract.
Write a paragraph on what ideas this have given them to meet the brief.Slide16
This picture is a image of a waterfall which is at the end of a walk. This would attract walkers and people with dogs.
This made me think that for my own photos I could go to cardimill valley
Make a mind map of all the different types of tourist the theme you have pick would attract.
Of each type of tourist write down what they are looking for in the pictures.Slide18Slide19
Mind Map of ideas
Make a mind map of all the picture you would like to take that fit your theme. Add in the rules of photography you might take them in.Slide20
ActivityDurationResourcesFinding locationsGoing to different locationsChoosing modelsGetting models ready
You now need to complete a work plan.
Each one is going to be very different as it is for your photo shoot.
Think through all the thing you will need to do to get all the photos you want.
Put them in to order.Slide21
List of resources
Fill in this table with everything that you will need to use and why you are going to use that piece of equipment/ software over different ones.
Uk Legislation On Photographs
Can you be stopped taking pictures in a public place?
Can you sell any picture you take?
Are you allowed to take pictures if you are on private land?
Can you take pictures on trains or planes?
Can you take pictures of random people?
Can you take pictures of the police?
Can the police ask you to delete a photo?
Now write a slide about legislation on photographsSlide23
Learning objective 3
Be able to take and display digital photographs
Learning objective 3
Create and store portfolios
Uses as many features and settings on the digital camera.Using as many rules of photography and composition.
Save work with appropriate names and formats
Choose the best images to display.Slide25
When out taking pictures!!
Take lots of pictures (at least 50)
Take picture in Landscape and Portrait
Use different rule of photography
(LM – 4, HM – 8
Use different settings on the camera
(LM – 4, HM – 8)Slide26
Transfer the picture in to your area
Save them into your LO3 folder in your R090 Folder.
Save them with a sensible name.Slide27
Only pick ½ of photos to display.
Edit your photos if they need it. (crop, sepia)
Display them on PowerPoint
Pick background that suits your pictures
Make the PowerPoint auto runSlide28
Learning Objective 4
Be able to review digital photographs
Learning objective 4
Write a review of your work
What went well with your pictures
What did not work well in your pictures
Why did you pick the picture you did
Areas where your pictures could improves
Areas that you can develop