- In today’s class one half of the class will read and annotate the following:
- The other half of the class will read and annotate the following:
- Individually, each student should note important technical terms and concepts.
- All students who read the same article will work in a team to ensure they have a consistent and correct understanding of their article’s content
- As a class we will strive to identify, based on both readings, the importance of exposure related issues. We will record this important information for our notes
After this activity is complete I will introduce you a digital photographic management tool. This is not the same as photo manipulation/correction, which is what Photoshop is.
Adobe Bridge: this application allows you to manage images used across a range of Adobe products including Indesign and Photoshop. When you begin to manage large numbers of photos organization becomes very important.
- Four viewing modes: Essentials, Filmstrip, Metadata, Output
- Metadata: data about data
- f-stop, shutter speed, ISO, File name, file type, Date Created, Modified, File Size (in KB), Dimensions (pixels), Inches, Resolutions (ppi), Bit Depth, Color Mode
Time Remaining: Resume watching of the Genius of Photography (we are at the 17 minute mark)
- On your blog, create a new post called “Image Metadata”
- Find 3 photos (either one you have taken or a photo you find on the Internet.
- Explain the origin of the photos-If you took it yourself, what it is, if you found it on the web-how and where
- Insert the images into your blog post
- Record the following information about the photos:
- Document Type
- File size
- Color Mode
Complete prior to 10 pm Wednesday, September 19th. This will be graded based on following: inclusion of photos (1), explanation (1), required metadata (2), proper formatting of blog post (1)/total of 5 points. The grade will be entered in the “Tasks” category of the grade book.