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Photography 1: Portraiture - Week 1

by: Jennifer Neill

Photography 1: Portraiture - Week 1 VCD P207 01M

Jennifer Neill
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Week Overview, with additional information about Hybrid course
Photography I: Portraiture
Mr. Jim Gabbard
Class Notes
Photography, Portraitrue




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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jennifer Neill on Friday August 26, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to VCD P207 01M at Indiana University Purdue University - Fort Wayne taught by Mr. Jim Gabbard in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 2 views. For similar materials see Photography I: Portraiture in Visual Communication Design at Indiana University Purdue University - Fort Wayne.

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Date Created: 08/26/16
Photography 1 - Portraiture : Week 1 General Overview of the fall 2016 class Goals: - Establish a development for photography while also including specific elements with attention to posing, exposure, and lighting. - Become knowledgeable in vocabulary and skills that will enhance your work base and concepts Outcomes of the Course: - Show and understand the concepts of photography through grammar, photography, critiques - Demonstrate your knowledge of photography through a professional portfolio that is overall presented well Attendance - Class attendance is critical! Please attend every class, and if late or you are not able to make it please notify me when convenient. Up to 2 absences until a letter grade drop. Worksheets Overall Outline Dates: - Sept. 16 – Take 5 photos of 2 people within head and shoulder portraits - Sept. 23 – Take 5 photos of full length image of an individual to be cropped to a 8x10 - Sept. 30 – Take 5 variant photos with small and large ratios and flat lighting - Oct. 14 – Take 5 photos in different lighting with 2 different individuals. Eyes need to be visible - Oct. 21 - Take 5 photos with multiple lighting while standing out - Nov. 4 – Take 2 environmental photos of people in different settings while creating the surroundings to be a valuable part of the subjects story - 10 points – Take photos with Graphic Design class - Nov. 11 – Take 5 photos pf a single person that shows their character and personality of the overall subject - Dec. 2 – Choose of individual portrait photographer, and take 5 photos that emulate their style of photography - Dec. 16 – Take 5 portraits that go beyond the typical concepts, and be creative - Dec. 16 – A final serious of 10 images that go beyond traditional photos, which do not include your previous works. Establish your own unique style while showing a purpose that are technically sound Extra Information: Course being a Hybrid - There will an online aspect that is a concept of two things:  First: There are over 20 articles and/or short stories upon IPFW Blackboard that will be related to the individual lectures within class.  Additional study material will be there, while also other technical aspects of photography as well  Second: All students must create a WordPress and/or form of blog type. There will be posts that incorporate a short essay or article form of a portrait related topic.  Blog posting should include a short description of a portrait and/or or related portrait topic that is alright in mind that must be included within a photo(s)  There will be a total of 10 articles that will need to be written during the semester, which will help establish a better understanding of increasing SEO for websites


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