Please follow these instructions:
Visit the Tallis Arts Pinterest board for your chosen theme:
Choose at least 5 images that interest you.
Follow the links and locate the original image. Drag images to your desktop. Add each of them to your Weebly website with a short paragraph explaining:
Make sure you publish your website at the end of the lesson.
Hi folks. Sorry I can’t be with you today but I have every confidence you’ll be able to get on with your Personal Projects independently. I want you to concentrate on getting your websites up to date so that next week we can focus on more photography.
Here are some ideas to help you:
Good luck, Work hard and complete any outstanding documenting online for home work. Here’s a link to the home learning assignment this week.
Sorry I can’t be with you today. I’m invigilating a Year 12 exam at the other end of the corridor!
Here’s what you need to do:
Think carefully about how to make your page interesting, creative and a little unusual. How might you design the page to make it engaging and informative for the examiner? How will your page stand out from the crowd? Remember, the more detailed your evaluation and the more subject specific vocabulary you use, the better your grade is likely to be.
Here are some key words to help you:
shutter speed - how long the shutter is left open, measured in seconds or fractions of a second
aperture - how much light is allowed into the camera through the lens, measured in f stops
ISO - the sensitivity of the camera to light, measured in numbers 100 to 6400
long exposure - leaving the shutter open for an unusually long amount of time
(off camera) flash - an additional, brief source of bright light that can ‘stop’ a subject in motion (we used this independently of the camera so we could choose when to ‘fire’ it)
I expect to see some really exciting pages by next lesson.