High school photography

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Skyline High School Digital Photography I: Shadow Pictures Project Ideas Light Photography, Digital Photography, Creative Photography, Photography Tips, Funny Photography, Photography Techniques, High School Photography, Photography Wallpapers, Fashion Photography

For the Shadow Assignment you will create Shadow Pictures. Please see rubric. Remember to title each image in place of an artist statement. The rubric has been added. Sources: http://www.photoshopessentials.com/photo-effects/cast-shadow/ http://artjuggler.blogspot.com/2011/04/shadows-run-rampant.html Shadow Rubric

Kristen Orsek-Rine
Photography Inspo, Aesthetic Photography, Fashion Photography, High School Photos, In High School, High School Fashion, Catholic School Uniforms, Style Ivy, High School Photography

She is in High SchoolThe project "She Is In High School" reveals the discrepancy between the image of fashion models we see in magazines and their actual place in life. The girls participated in the project are all professional models and are only 15-17 …

Dhriti Mehta
Digital Photography Lessons, Teach Photography, Photography Club, Photography Basics, Photography Courses, Photography Projects, High School Photos, High School Lessons, High School Yearbook

Do you teach photo classes? Do you need a curriculum map for this year? You’ve come to the right place! Teaching photography is a lot of fun! But if you don’t have a plan to help you keep track of where you’re going, it is very possible that you’ll get a little lost in the […]

Carrie Sullivan
Creative Shadow Lesson Digital Photography Lessons, Teach Photography, Shadow Photography, Photography Classes, Photography Projects, Horror Photography, Digital Lessons, Photography Education, Photoshop Lessons

April has come and with it, fabulous weather. We're all in shorts and summer shirts with the windows open. Today was the first day that not only the weather was nice, but that the wind was tolerable. We took advantage of our window of opportunity to finish a project we started a few weeks ago. Way back in March, we started the silhouette project. We walked around and worked so long and hard on our shadows, but the wind was just not feelin' it that day. It almost made away with Preston's…

Aly Cerimeli