Light!

OBJECTIVE:

Name: ! ! Class:

!

You will chronicle light throughout your day by shooting 24 exposures of 400 ISO film. Through the use of bracketing, spot metering, and the bulb setting you will create compositions that explore different times of day and specific feelings created by that light. You will make 3 final 5” x 7” prints that represent the best of your roll, one from each time of day. (As per usual, you will turn in 3 prints with test strips.) Turn in: ★ three properly labelled test strips ★ three properly exposed 5x7 prints, each made using its test strip as a guide ★ this rubric (with the self-assessment and questions filled out) DESIGN: Print shows strong consideration of: STUDIO SKILLS:
I made a test strip, then used it to identify the best exposure for my print.

100 points 25 points TOTAL:

PRESENTATION: Print has an even white border and is trimmed neatly.

OBJECTIVE:

• composition Print contains no • distance from “non-image” areas subject (example: black lines due to negative being • focus crooked.) • contrast Print is free from scratches, smudges, fingerprint marks, or discolorations. • lighting, and • choice of subject matter

Your roll is an exploration of different aspects of light. You chose your 3 best to print and turn in, completing all parts of Print is exposed the assignment on time, properly, showing a range of values from the investing thought and care when doing so. darkest blacks to the lightest whites, with I understand issues greys in between. related to film photography, including I demonstrated the proper use of darkroom light metering, equivalent exposures, chemistry and processes when making film processing, and caring for negatives, my prints. photo paper, and equipment.

Aperture & Shutter Speed Print Criteria

/25 Self-Assessment

/25

/25

/25

/100

/25 Teacher Assessment

/25

/25

/25

/100

Basic Info:
describe the image what were you going for (what about the light looked cool)? test strip (ƒ-stop & time intervals) final (ƒ-stop & time)

ONE

TWO

THREE

Reflection Questions:
1. Why did you choose the 3 images you did? (Be specific about each one - not just a general statement about all of them.)

2. How successful do you think you were in capturing different kinds of light? Why?

3. Explain the connection between light and the mood or emotion in these photographs. Give specific examples.

4. Based on your experience during this assignment, what 3 SHOOTING things will you want to work on for the next assignment (for example: light metering, composition, subject selection, etc.)

5. Based on your experience during this assignment, what 3 DARKROOM things will you want to work on for the next assignment (for example: test strips, choosing exposures, neatness, grain focusing, etc.)

Sign up to vote on this title
UsefulNot useful