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Photo 3
Photo 3 - Advanced Photography

Photo 3 Syllabus
Classroom Rules
Camera Use Agreement


National Geographic Photos of the Day Link
Weekly: Select best photo of the day, name photographer, describe photo, tell why you chose it.

Lesson 3
- Bring underexposed roll of film to school, use film picker to retrieve leader. 
- Shoot 2nd round of photos on same roll of film to create double exposures. 
- Bring double exposed roll of film back to school and develop for a grade. 
Review darkroom process for making contact sheets.

Notebook Assignments: 

1. FILM Double Exposures Article (Response Questions)


Videos:
1. "Jarred & Displaced" (watch at end of article)

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Lesson 2
-Complete Headshots Project with 2 final images in "Done" folder on assigned computer. 
-Take home 1 roll of 35mm film to shoot UNDEREXPOSED by one stop.
- Review process for developing roll of film.

Notebook Assignments:
1. 35mm Film Photographers to Follow Article and Response Questions
2. Double Exposures Guide NOTES

Videos:
1. Double Exposures

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Lesson 1
Photographer Survey
Badge Template
Badge Template Instructions
Photomontage Artists: Hannah HochRomare Bearden 
Photomontage Instructions & Examples: Arranging Your Photomontage

Photoshop Assignment #1: Levels and Curves Instructions

Headshots Project Resources:  8 Tips Article, How Focal Length Affect Portraits

Headshots Step by Step Editing

Notebook Assignments:
1. Self Portrait Artists Article - Write 1 page self-reflection and list of portrait ideas.
​Questions for reflection: What traits and accomplishments are you proud of? What do you want to show others about yourself? What kind of days make you feel the most creative? Do you often show your emotions to others? What is important to you in life? Do you take serious or lighthearted selfies?
Videos:
1. Curves Adjustments
2. Posing Models for Headshots
3. Working with People
4. Basic Lighting for Portraits
5. Focal Lengths for Potraits