Photo

Video

Design

7/22 - 8/2

My day

For one whole day (wake-up until bedtime), take at least 12 photographs of your typical day from your perspective. These are not posed photos and should not take away from instructional time in other classes.

Each photo should be taken at a different time during the day and doing a different activity. Examples: in pjs eating breakfast, watching tv, making a sandwich, talking on the phone, taking the trash out, playing a video game, looking out the window, doing homework, taking a nap on the couch, staring into the fridge, driving to the grocery store, doing the dishes, sitting in the backyard, brushing teeth, etc.

Compile your photos using a program like Adobe Spark Post and submit a short narrative to the Google Form below

7/22 - 8/2

My day

For one whole day (wake-up until bedtime), take at least 12 video clips of your typical day from your perspective. These videos clips should be approximately 5-10 seconds in length and should not take away from instructional time in other classes.

Each video should be taken at a different time during the day and doing a different activity. Examples: in pjs eating breakfast, watching tv, making a sandwich, talking on the phone, taking the trash out, playing a video game, looking out the window, doing homework, taking a nap on the couch, staring into the fridge, driving to the grocery store, doing the dishes, sitting in the backyard, brushing teeth, etc.

Compile your video using a program like Adobe Spark Video and submit it to the Google Form below

7/22 - 8/2

My day

For one whole day (wake-up until bedtime), Identify at least 12 objects that are essential to your life. These objects can be items Create a self portrait that incorporates the 12 objects in your figure

8/3 - 8/16

Leading Lines

Using only your camera, shoot 15 photos that utilize leading lines

8/3 - 8/16

Leading Lines

Shoot 15 5-second clips that utilize leading lines to help direct the focus to on object or person

8/3 - 8/16

Leading Lines

Create a design that utilizes lines to direct the viewer

8/17 - 8/30

Black and White

Utilizing the monochromatic settings in your camera, capture a photo in black and white

8/17 - 8/30

Film Noir

Compose a scene that is intended to be in black and white. Be specific with your lighting.

8/17 - 8/30

Iconology

Create a series of icons that could be used by a single client. Provide a brief explanation of the intent of the icons and how they can be used.

8/31 - 9/13

3 Photo Challenge

Tell an entire story in just 3 photos.

8/31 - 9/13

3 Shot Challenge

With only 3 shots, tell a story in 2 minutes

8/31 - 9/13

Minimalist Poster

Using only 3 objects in a single image, tell a story

9/14 - 9/20

School Spirit

Create a series based on what you believe is the spirit of Eastmark HS

9/14 - 9/20

School Spirit

Create a montage of clips that highlight the spirit of Eastmark High School. Set the montage to transition with the beats of the fight song.

9/14 - 9/20

School Spirit

Create a page or poster layout that shows the highlights of the events going on leading up to Homecoming

9/21 - 10/11

Junk Drawer Challenge

As you prepare for the 2nd quarter, go through your backpack and clean it up (Though I'm sure there isn't too much). Take the content and compose a photo of the items removed

9/21 - 10/11

Junk Drawer Challenge

Create a video of you prepping your backpack for second quarter. Video can be in the style of either an instructional video (how to set up your backpack to be successful) or documentary (The story of how these items came to be in your backpack).

9/21 - 10/11

Junk Drawer Challenge

Clean out your backpack and use the items that are being removed to look like a different object

10/12 - 10/25

Food for Thought

Take a stylized photo of food (either a single object or an entire entrée).

10/12 - 10/25

Moving Food

Create a 30-second commercial that focuses on a specific food or entrée

10/12 - 10/25

Create a magazine advertisement for a piece of food or an entrée