Photography

Our 365 Photo Classes Blog.
  1. Create a new blog post.
  2. Upload your daily photo into the post, give it a title and description. Please use good grammar, vocabulary and spelling, get a buddy to proof read your description.
  3. Label your blog post with your first name, and a key word that describes your topic. (E.G: Shaun, tree)

You personal online photo album is Picasa. Use your BRS Google account to log in.





Flickr website - brs_rimu@yahoo.com

365 Classes is a Flickr group for students to share their photos with the world. The aim is to take a photo every school day. You can do it yourself or as part of the class. Only one photo per person per day is allowed. It is important to tag you photos with your 'first name only', '365classes' tag and a subject tag that explains the photo.



Using a digital camera.

What is Flickr, groups, sets, tags?

Transferring and uploading photos from camera to Flickr.

Sharing, embedding and using Flickr (and other digital) photos.

Creative Commons

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Kodak's Top 10 Tips for great photographs



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Achievement Objectives



English - Level 2
Viewing
Students will respond to meanings and ideas in photographs, identifying and describing thevisual features.
Presenting
Students will use visual features of photographs to communicate information.

The Arts - Level 2
Visual Arts -
Developing Practical Knowledge in the Visual Arts (PK)
Students will identify and explore elements and principles of the digital photography, using a variety of techniques.
Developing Ideas in the Visual Arts (DI)
Students will develop visual ideas in response to a variety of motivations, using imagination, observation.
Communicating and Interpreting in the visual Arts (CI)
Students will descirbe ways in which objects and images can communicate stories and ideas.

English Level 3


Language features
· Show a developing understanding of how language features are used for effect within and across texts.
indicators:
– identifies oral, written, and visual language features used in texts and recognises their effects;


Ideas
· Select, form, and communicate ideas on a range of topics.
indicators:
– forms and expresses ideas and information with increased clarity, drawing on a range of sources;
Language features
· Use language features appropriately, showing a developing understanding of their effects.
indicators:
– uses oral, written, and visual language features to create meaning and effect and engage interest;