Thanks to all my students for a great semester of photography and video production. Many of you have made great leaps and bounds in your artistry. This is a project I've always wanted to do and I appreciate y'all being willing to sit for these portraits; I've tried to capture each one of your unique personalities in these portraits.
Questions to always be asking yourself
What should I be judging photos by?
When working on your websites, you have been tasked with critiquing another student's work. A quick and easy formula for this is to complete the following sentences with your observations about your partner's images:
I like __________________ (be positive)
I wish _________________ (be constructive)
I wonder________________ (give them suggestions)
Get copies of their 5 images for the chosen assignment. Go through each of their 5 photos answering this trio of questions. Then, post your questions under of the 5 photos on your blog. Have your partner do the same for you. Once you and your partner publish your posts,comment on each other's posts with a link to your critique of their photos (and vice versa) with a brief description of the their photo set as a whole.
You do not have to use Illustrator to create your infographic. For the scope of this assignment, I feel the research is more important than you learning a new piece of software, so I want you to focus on your research and presentation.
Choose a program (use the free stuff; do not pay for anything):
Read these articles:
12 Infographic Tips
Canva Tips on Infographics
It's not Lightroom, and it's not the newest version, but hey, it's free to download until 6/30.