Six lessons which include 55 PowerPoint slides:
Knowledge Questions and Homework Tasks.
EDSM and KPIs
To learn about ISO, Shutter Speed and Aperture and the eight composition rules.
I am using colour wheel knowledge to create colour photography which explores Line, shape and colour.
I can understand how to use lighting to create a portrait.
Create colour photography that explores Line, shape, form and colour.
Create photography using materials in your local environment.
Also included is a Pick and Mix Photography Analysis Helpsheet to help students write about other Artists’ and Photographers’ work.
lesson exploring linear Perspective and one point perspective drawing task. Step by step with examples.
Title: Inquiry Question - How can I create an illusion of depth on a flat surface?
Objective: To create a drawing using one-point perspective.
Success Criteria: To produce a drawing, creating an illusion of depth on a flat surface
GCSE Photography project exploring Experimental call Shape of Light explores alternative photography techniques. Experimental photography is using your camera or post-processing in a non-traditional way. It’s about taking your photographs to create unique art pieces beyond the norm. The sky’s the limit when it comes to experimental photography; it’s all about having fun and making crazy images!
21 PowerPoint slide explores abstract photography, scanography, Lumen Prints, Cyanotype, Salt Prints and Anthotypes.
Examples of work by photographers and artists, plus step by step instructions.
Mini year 7 Photography project covers:
Shading knowledge, students then explore lighting on an object which then develops into a pattern using an editing app or PowerPoint.
Understanding how light creates shadows on an object.
Identify the formal elements in photography and art.
Relating work to an artist/s using writing frames and sentence starters (list, describe, explain and link)
Making a range of marks on paper to create tone and texture.
Drawing from a photograph to create an observational drawing.
Editing photos on your phone and on PowerPoint/ Photoshop (what is available to you)
To help students with GSCE photography course work analyse a photographer’s work. Three slides help students how to focus on keywords and knowledge when analysing a photograph. Example included easy-to-follow steps showing students clear direction.