Ce diaporama a bien été signalé.
Nous utilisons votre profil LinkedIn et vos données d’activité pour vous proposer des publicités personnalisées et pertinentes. Vous pouvez changer vos préférences de publicités à tout moment.

Year 12 photography week 1

photo

  • Identifiez-vous pour voir les commentaires

Year 12 photography week 1

  1. 1. Yr 12 Photography
  2. 2. Summer work … 1)What images have you taken of the city? (100+) What was your intention for your images? 2)What exhibitions did you go to? For next Monday… Bring in an DSLR camera. You can bring it to Miss May/ Miss Emin/Miss Findlay in the morning so it can be locked away safe
  3. 3. What is a ‘Photograph?’ TechnicalAesthetic
  4. 4. A01 Develop ideas through sustained and focused investigations informed by contextual and other sources, demonstrating analytical and critical understanding A02 Explore and select appropriate resources, media, materials, techniques and processes reviewing and refining ideas as the work develops A03 Record ideas, observations and insights relevant to their intentions, reflecting critically on work and progress A04 Present a personal response that realises intentions and, where appropriate, makes connections between visual, and other elements, The Assessment Objectives…. Marking… Getting a good grade is only possible by covering all of the marking criteria. You can be the most talented artist there is but if you do not have the sketchbook and work to back up your final pieces you will get very few marks.
  5. 5. Equipment…   Photo Pack 2018/19 -Access to a DSLR Camera (we recommend Canon) -Good quality pens, fine liners -Large Memory pen or external hard drive -Memory card reader -Lens cloth Other Items needed •1 box Ilford Multigrade Paper (100 sheets of 10 x 8) •1 x A1 portfolio •2 x A3 landscape sketchbooks •2x Glue sticks for mounting work •1 Box A4 digital photo printer paper x 100 sheets •1 Box A4 clear acetate inkjet general purpose (pack 50 sheets) •Pack of watercolour paper You will receive equipment when needed for the course rather than all at once
  6. 6. Your sketchbook should be a place for  being creative! You will  explore ideas,  add contacts samples, experiments as  well as exploring Photographer’s +  Artist’s work Presentation: Don’t paint ANY pages  with poster or acrylic paint – this ends up  looking messy and really distracts from  the photographic work on the page.   Do be creative though but also relevant  to your topic when presenting your work.  Look at previous sketchbooks for inspiration what do you like about them?
  7. 7. Unit 1: ‘THE CITY’
  8. 8. Cultural  Political Domestic Environmental THE CITY Discuss as a group and complete a mind map and/or  mood board… People  Pattern Signs + Symbols
  9. 9. http://artatbeaumontschool.blogspot.co.uk http://www.pinterest.com/beaumontart/ The Beaumont Art Blog can be found on the school website and using the link above. Your Home Learning will be posted on here, Power Points as well as current exhibitions and other useful Art links The Beaumont Art Pinterest can be found on the school website and using the link above. This is used for Artist research, Art techniques as well as good A Level Photographic examples created by students to inspire you. Over the summer create your own Pinterest account and follow Beaumont Art
  10. 10. The term ‘PHOTOGRAPHY’ comes from two Greek terms : ‘PHOTOS’ meaning Light and ‘GRAPHOS’ meaning Drawing. Every time we use a camera to take a photograph we are reading and interpreting the LIGHT. Without LIGHT we cannot make photographs.
  11. 11. Modern digital cameras follow the same principles of light, but there are many more parts inside these cameras. These elements are the optics or lens, the aperture (opening), the shutter and the sensor. The image sensor is our recording surface. When light hits the sensor it converts the optical image into an electronic signal and our image is stored on our memory card.
  12. 12. ‘PINHOLE’ cameras can help us understand the principles of capturing and recording light. A pinhole camera is a light-proof box with a small hole on one side. Light from our chosen ‘scene’ passes through this single hole and an inverted image is projected onto the opposite side. If we were to place light sensitive paper on that side we can ‘capture’ and record our image.
  13. 13. 1. Light is reflected from an object or scene and passes through the lens. 2. Next, the light reaches the Aperture which is our ‘hole’ that controls how much light is let through. 3. Then it goes through the Shutter – which controls how much light is let through. 4. Finally the light reaches our digital sensor where it is absorbed and converted into pixels.
  14. 14. This week…… -Complete ‘The City’ spider diagram and or mood board -Print contact sheets of your summer work (DON’T STICK DOWN YET) -Create gallery visit pages in your sketchbook -Buy a ring bound folder Extra marks…-Create a photographers inspiration page Deadline: Monday 10th September (you will need your DSLR camera on this date!)

×