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Distance Lesson PlanPhotographic CompositionThe Six Guidelines to Better Photography By: Ruth S. Mattson Grand Canyon University Tec 656 December 2010
Course Title: Creative Photography Major Concepts/Content. The purpose of this course is to enable students to develop fundamental skills and creative approaches in photographic imagery, processes, and techniques (Fl.benchmarks for fine art k-adult).
Lesson One: Photographic Composition The Six Guidelines for Better Photography • What is good composition? • Why do you think good composition is important? • Can you think of any techniques you presently use to create a visually pleasingand interestingphotograph? • Why?
When You have completed the lesson: • You will know the compositional elements that formulate a good photograph. • Will demonstrate a clear understanding of good composition and the six guidelines to better photography. • Be able to edit your photos in Photoshop. • Be able to utilize the online resources to research photographic composition, design elements and principles.
Continued… • When You have completed the lesson: • Have a website to share with your classmates with your photos with tips on how to take good photos. • Will possess the skills and knowledge necessary to critique your own and classmate's photographic images. • Utilize online interactive sites to practice photography skills with classmates and other photographers.
For this class you will need: • A Digital Camera • Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Photoshop Elements • Microsoft Office • Computer with internet access containing: • QuickTime • Flash • Shockwave
Week One • Read lecture • Access, review, and study websites provided. • Complete accompanying handout to websites and video then submit to instructor for evaluation. • View examples of student projects • Start taking Photographs for your guidelines presentation.
Week Two: • Create a guidelines project using your own photographsfor submission and critique with instructor and classmates. • Choose one for your guidelines project. • PowerPoint Presentation • Brochure • Poster • Video
Example of student work. Click on the blue box to open.
Instructor Contact Information • Ruth S. Mattson • email@example.com • firstname.lastname@example.org • http://www.wikispaces.com/user/my/ruthmatts • 850 514 8815 • 850 509 1316