...any assignment that is due on or before 4/3 (Friday) will not be accepted after that. For y'all, that means assignments 5, 6, and 7 (flash, negative space, and portraits), as well as the test on Chapter 6 need to be turned in by the end of the day on Friday.
If you have some cool photos that you haven't turn in for assignments but that you think are awesome, make a folder with your name on it and drop them in the "Other Photos" folder on the network drive. Here's the file path. I'd like to show off more of your work, and you'll get extra credit towards your weekly assignments in the process.
We've just finished the 3rd quarter, and that means that turning in work for the first 4 assignments is now over. If you haven't gotten it in by now, it's too late. Make sure to keep up with your this quarter. Also, for the assignment so far, I've pretty much graded on effort. For the rest of your assignments, you need to make sure that you're adhering to all the concepts we've discussed that make a good photo good. Your photos should be sharp, your white balance should be correct, your exposure should be appropriate, and your cropping/composition should make sense.
Assignment 5 - Flash - turned in by Monday, 3/23
Assignment 6 - Negative Space - turned in by Wednesday, 3/25
Your next test will be on Monday, 3/30 and will cover Chapter 6: Exposure Basics
Watch the video; it explains really well how shutter speed, aperture, and ISO work.
Getting started with creating your own light can seem a daunting task. The following guides are designed to get you started in using both on- and off-camera flash.
So, how does flash work?
The Inverse Square Law as it applies to photography.
You'll be using this guide for your actual shooting assignment.
Introduction to posing models