Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Digital Imaging: Photography Composition Principles

Introduction

In this assignment you will identify four camera composition techniques. The four techniques are:
  • Rule of Thirds
  • Leading Lines
  • Framing
  • And your own selection
There are many different composition techniques, so you will also select the fourth technique. It is entirely up to you to determine which technique will be your fourth choice. Consider a technique that you think would create a photo that would most likely complement an effective layout and design. 

You can search online to explore information about these techniques, or you can click here to check out a provided site. 

For this assignment, you can either use Google Slides or an application of your choice (just make sure you can embed, link, or share the final product on your blog). As you gather your information, store your material in Google Slides or your chosen application. You will probably require two to three slides for each technique.

Sunday, February 11, 2018

What is Public Domain and Creative Commons?

Part One - Four Videos

Make sure it is you logged into EDpuzzle and
not someone else
  • Every time you use Edpuzzle, make sure you are logged into your Google account (look at the top right hand corner of the video frame and make sure it is your name). 
  • Make sure to watch each video in its entirety as your work will be evaluated for this unit.



Friday, February 9, 2018

Fair Dealing and Copyright in Canada


Make sure it is you logged into EDpuzzle and
not someone else
  • Every time you use Edpuzzle, make sure you are logged into your Google account (look at the top right hand corner of the video frame and make sure it is your name). 
  • Make sure to watch each video in its entirety as the work will be evaluated for this unit.

Part One of Two 

Watch the video below on Copyright and Fair Dealing in Canada. Make sure you are logged into your account. You can rewatch sections of the video if you are unsure of the answer.




Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Understanding Copyright


Make sure it is you logged into EDpuzzle and
not someone else
  • Throughout this unit, you will need to use your Google Account to log into Edpuzzle to view videos and answer questions. 
  • Every time you use Edpuzzle, make sure you are logged into your Google account (look at the top right hand corner of the video frame and make sure it is your name). 
  • Make sure to watch each video in its entirety as the work will be evaluated for this unit.
NOTE: Part of the evaluation for this unit will be based on your answers to the videos, so make sure you carefully answer the questions and make sure you are logged into your Google account.