Introduction to Photography: Student Workbook

Introduction to Photography: Student Workbook
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(10 MB|36 pages)
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This is an editable 36 page student workbook to introduce and guide them through their first steps towards creating their own photographs using a DSLR.

The workbook aims to introduce students to theory as well as practical aspects of Photography.


Students are required to reflect on their own interests and personality traits when creating the photography. This is a key aspect of encouraging creativity.

Teachers can support their learners through providing feedback in the booklet along the way to guide students to improve and reflect on their practice.

The full aims of the booklet have been broken down below:

Unit 1

- Know how to use the camera to create images

1.1 Identify the use of camera controls

1.2 Identify a range of recording media used in film or digital cameras

1.3 Outline how to install and check batteries

1.4 Outline how to install and prepare media

1.5 Identify subject types

1.6 Outline basic visual language and composition

2 - Be able to use the camera to create images

2.1 Install and check batteries

2.2 Install and prepare storage media

2.3 Select appropriate lenses and camera positions for a range of subjects

2.4 Use equipment and accessories to capture images

2.5 Select subject for create capture

2.6 Produce a range of exploratory photographs

2.7 Follow health and safety procedures

2.8 Use simple processing procedures to save and view images

2.9 Outline legal and ethical considerations

2.10 Review quality of final images

Unit 2:

1 - Know how to produce manipulated images

1.1 Identify sources of images for manipulation

1.2 Identify hardware and software for images manipulation

1.3 Describe the controls, tools, and techniques for image manipulation

1.4 Describe how to check image quality

1.5 Outline health considerations connected with viewing screens

1.6 Outline legal and ethical consideration

2 - Be able to produce manipulated images

2.1 Select images for manipulation

2.2 Select hardware and software for image manipulation

2.3 Manipulate, modify and save images

2.4 Use processing procedures to produce images for viewing

2.5 Follow health and safety procedures

2.6 Review quality of finished images

Total Pages
36 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
2 months
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