Birds Eye Ants Eye view.

Watermark TutorialBirds Eye View
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Ants Eye View
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Your assignment this week is to photograph Birds eye view and photograph from an ants eye view
Brainstorm session ideas from class on Tuesday;
Birds eye view Looking at an object from above or at an angle or perspective from above
Ants eye view Looking at an object from below or at an angle or perspective from below
Rubric is below
Remember these are the minimums if you want a higher grade you need go above the minimum
Element
Value

Take at least 20 new Pictures. All pictures must use at least one of the elements from the lessons we have worked on in the past (negative space, Rule of thirds,etc)
10

Work toward an emotional quality in your photos. Remember your picture tells a story; even the areas (negative space) you don’t think are important convey a message and a feeling. If you don’t care about what you are doing, it may be the message you convey!
10

Create a sub album in Photo Bucket called Bird or Ant Eye View and then upload 20 (10 and 10) images you photographed and edited per instructions below
10

Create a page on your wiki called Assignment 16. (with your initials in the name some where)
  • Then load your 6 best images on that page 3 of each please
  • Make sure to create a link at the top of the page (before your photos) to your Photo bucket site (Bird or Ant Eye View album so I can grade your work.
10

All Images need to be edited in Photo shop be prepared to show me the original if I ask for it
Black and White and or 5 color ones per view are allowed this week.
Make adjustments using Crop Exposure/Color
Image size less than 1 Meg
Cropped largest length less than 10 inches but larger than 8
Resolution 72
Saved as jpeg and named 1st initial last name and BAV and numbers 1 -15 Example (vkillmoreBAV1)
40

Project due by 12:am Friday April 2nd, 2010
20



Photo merge
http://www.photoshopsupport.com/elements/elements-6/free-tutorials/photomerge.html