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Learning Goal
- Students will be able to use composition to take photos from a different perspective
When talking about photography, composition is how we arrange items in the camera's frame. It can have a big impact on how original or creative our final image is. We will cover a number of composition techniques this semester, starting with different angles. You can have really expensive equipment and end up with bad photos. Composition is usually the difference. 

Try to look at a scene from different angles or a different perspective. Move-in close, move back, look up, look down, shoot from above, shoot from below, or shoot from the side. Each photo should tell a story, and finding different angles will tell a new story. Check out the links below for examples and more info.

Change your angles up and down and side to side. Move your feet!

The Challenge - Different Angles/Perspective 15 Pts

  • Take at least 20 new/original different angles pictures (shot both on school grounds and away from school)
  • Transfer the pictures to your computer or Google Drive
  • Choose your best three photos to edit and turn in (on Google Classroom)
  • Use and turn in the Shooting Assignment Rubric to self evaluate your photos
  • When you are finished, meet with me to discuss your project and get feedback for credit
  • Add one of your best shots to this collaborative page. Comment on one other person's picture.