Students will demonstrate their understanding of darkroom procedures and safepractices while exploring the creative possibilities of the photogram.Turn in:
Photograms (bothpositive and negative)are cut neatly.Photograms aretaped neatly into mysketchbook.My photograms arefree from scratches,smudges, ﬁngerprintmarks, ordiscolorations.
I drew & describedthree objects (oneopaque, onetransparent, and onetranslucent) in mysketchbook inpreparation formaking photograms.I intentionallyarranged my objectsto create a strongcomposition.
Each photogram isexposed properly,showing a range ofvalues from thedarkest blacks to thelightest whites, withgreys in between.I demonstrated theproper use ofdarkroom chemistryand processes whenmaking my prints.
I completed asuccessful photogram(negative) and used itto create a successfulphotogram positive.I understand theconcepts behindmaking photogramsand how to use thedarkroom safely andproductively.
a unique photogram negative
a positive made from that negative
this rubric (with the self-assessment and questions ﬁlled out) -
your sketchbook, containing this assignment
- 5 points
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