Everyday millions of digital images are uploaded to social media, shared with friends, and moved around the world. Sowhat separates the photographers from the rest?
Teach students the artistic side of photography and how to elevate their photographs with this introduction to photography lesson. This lesson focuses on elements of photography and rules of composition to take a successful photograph in step one, without relying on editing.
All in all this lesson includes:
➣Lesson plan (including essential questions, objectives, vocabulary, national standards, step by step instructions, and so much more)
➣Elements of photography notes handout
➣Elements of photography presentation (in PowerPoint and PDF versions)
➣Elements of photography scavenger hunt assignment sheet
➣Elements of photograhy rubric
➣Rules of composition notes handout
➣Rules of composition presentation (in PowerPoint and PDF form)
➣Ciro Totku artist research sheet
➣Rules of composition scavenger hunt assignment sheet
➣Rules of composition rubric
Bring photography out of getting "likes" and back into the world of art by teaching your students an understanding and appreciation for what creates a successful image. Separate the taking from the making!
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This product was created in collaboration with my amazing friend and coworker, Meagan Brooker. Meagan has taught for many years, with a focus on AP Art, Drawing, and Photography. In addition, she has been responsible for capturing our annual family photographs, maternity, and newborn pictures that I will treasure forever. This girl knows her stuff, and better yet, how to teach it to students.