Photography Worksheets & Lessons

Grade Levels
8th - 10th, Homeschool
Formats Included
  • PDF
Pages
80 pages
$9.00
$9.00
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Description

This printable book on Photography has a focus on subject matter, camera angles, framing and a more artistic point of view. It is not a resource showing you how to use all the different aspects of a camera—there is enough information out there for each type of camera for that!

This resource is perfect for teachers who are new to teaching photography. Everything you need to start your students on their way to taking a great photo, and appreciating other famous photographers and their skills is included.

For each Photographer and Concepts studied, there are practical activities for students to complete. Try getting your students to keep a digital diary and a hard copy portfolio of their best work.

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Page Contents

4 Photography Marking Criteria

5-13 Elements of Art

14-18 Principles of Design

19-20 Elements of Art and Principles of Design Definitions and word helpers

21-23 Framing and shot lengths

24-25 Camera Angles

26-28 Camera Movement

29-32 Image Analysis, Mise En Scene, Organisation and Lighting

33-35 Rule of Thirds

37-38 Portraiture—Sir Cecil Beaton

39-40 Portraiture—Annie Leibovitz

41-42 Portraiture—Mary-Ellen Mark

43-44 Portraiture—Phillippe Halsman

45-46 Portraiture—Steven McCurry

48-49 Landscape—Ansel Adams

50-51 Landscape—Galen Rowell

52-53 Landscape—Nick Brandt

54-55 Landscape—Bernhard Edmaier

56-56 Landscape—Annie Griffiths Belt

59-60 Fashion—Nick Knight

61-62 Fashion—Martin Munkacsi

63-64 Fashion—Richard Avedon

65-66 Fashion—David Bailey

67-68 Fashion—Dennis Stock

70-71 Documentary—Dorothea Lange

72-73 Documentary—Margaret Bourke-White

74-75 Documentary—Henri Cartier-Bresson

76-77 Documentary—Robert Capa

78-79 Documentary—Manuel Rivera Ortiz

Shapes and Shadows Unit of Work

Try the 120 Task Cards for Young Photographers

Happy Teaching

Julia from Jooya

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Total Pages
80 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 Semester
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