My AMAZING Advanced Photography Students
Landscapes with a Twist
Students captured landscape photographs and then twisted them in Photoshop to create an interesting effect.
3D to 2D
Alexa Meade is a body paint artist that paints people and then photographs them to create a two-dimensional paintings. Mark Hogancamp is a photographer who creates realistic scenes with dolls and then photographs them. We took these two artist and combined their ideas to create our own works of art.
A Day in My Life
Students captured their daily routine in photographs, from the time they woke up to the time they go to bed. They were to Photograph these images as creatively and artistically as possible.
Portraits and Self-Portraits
Students had fun applying techniques they learned last year, along with their manual settings, to push their creativity to capture beautiful and imaginative portrait and self-portrait photographs. They also used Photoshop to manipulate their images.
Students were to go on a scavenger hunt to photograph the elements of art in a creative matter using photographic composition techniques and their manual settings
Sum and It's Parts
Students were to show the viewer the elements of their subject without seeing the entire object.
Students used shadows as the focus for this assignment. They captured portraits, self-portraits, landscapes, nature, surreal images, etc.
I Am Thankful For
Thanksgiving is the time of year to be thankful and appreciate the things around you. Advanced Digital Photography students took creative photographs of things that they are thankful for and assembled them in their self-portraits using Photoshop.
Pop Art Pen Tool
Using Adobe Photoshop students were introduced to the pen tool and created a Pop Art image with one of their own portrait photographs.
Same Scene 5+ Times a Day
Students captured the same scene at 5, or more times throughout the day. They put these images together in Photoshop to create one final image.
School Life According To Me
Photojournalism was introduced as the students were to capture their life at school. They uploaded their images to Adobe Spark to create a story.
Creating Our Own Watermark
Students created their own watermark using Adobe Photoshop. They had to be personable to the photographer and be used like an artists signature. Here the students inserted their watermarks into one of their favorite photographs.
Students used the manual settings on their DSLR cameras to learn about ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speeds. The following are some examples they took experimenting with these settings.