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AP 2nd 9 Weeks

 

Project 1

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

Second Nine Weeks requirement is as follows:

1. 15 Photos a Week

2. Dropbox Account Upload Photos to back up. Store photographs for digital submission in January.

3. Concentration proposal Due in one week: Clearly and simply state your central idea of your concentration. Idea Bank

Social Issues: Environment (poverty, culture influences;), immigration ( adjustments, freedom, Human Rights)
Resources (Visit UN Glogal Issues), Personal expression (additions, sickness), Personal relation to your life (unique feelings and emotions). This process requires research and must includes the elements of art and design principles.

4. 2nd nine weeks completion of breadth and concentration.

5. 3rd Nine Weeks completed and uploaded and matte of 5 completed work.

Student Objective: By the end of this class students will be able to demonstrate quality composition that incorporates the elements of visual art and Principles of design.

Standards: Art 1: Learn the basics of digital camera. Learn how to process digital images for better photographs. Learn how to convert color images to black and white and enhance hue saturation

 

Talk is Cheap, But hard-work pays off at the end.

The key to success is hard work, accountability, self determination (ownership), and prioritizing goals. BUILD… ACCELERATE… SUSTAIN…

Engagement: Inspirational Video
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Activity: 

 

NOTE: Where are you with your portfolio? Are you backing up  your work?

1. Text Image face assignment. Using your face photo students will convert their face into Black and white text.

Begin to add your essay onto your face by using the video tutorial by Mr. Parris.
Click to watch video
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SAmples

 

2. Fantasy surreal CD Cover that evokes peace.  Your design must demonstrate a CD Cover

layout that has a CD Cover, out side 3 spread, and CD Plate, and Back cover.

The incorporation of text must work with the design.

 

Studio / Homework: 

Teacher Sample:

1. Reflections (in water, chrome or other reflective surfaces like glass. (Store windows -all

kinds– antique or consignment stores make interesting subjects)

2. Strong Light source to give shadows and contrast (through a window, by lamp, fire etc.)

3. Silhouette your subject (strong light source behind subject so subject becomes black)

4. Transparency (from light passing through objects with light source coming from different

directions i.e. behind, under etc.)

5. Portraits of self or other person in a unique position(s) (candid, formal, informal, indoor,

outdoor, street environmental, etc.)

Assessments: 

Share your photo with the class and elaborate on how you incorporate the elements of art and the design principles along with the digital image process to make your photo better.

VOCABULARY:

SLR, Point and shot, image noise, sharpen, Blur, Open Document, Save document, Tools, Window, Dock Panel, Color Default, Document Size, pixel, megapixels, resolution, bit depth, posturized, jpeg, tiff, png, raw, sun spot, gradient, levels, rotate, crop, resize, curves, color balance and saturation, levels, retouch and spot, healing brush, clone stamp, Dodge burn, Sharpe image, red eye tool, blur, black and White, Hue Saturation, CYMK, RGB

 

Project 2

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Student Objective: By the end of this class students will be able to demonstrate quality composition that incorporates the elements of visual art and Principles of design.

Standards: Art 1: Learn the basics of digital camera. Learn how to process digital images for better photographs. Learn how to convert color images to black and white and enhance hue saturation

 

Talk is Cheap, But hard-work pays off at the end.

The key to success is hard work, accountability, self determination (ownership), and prioritizing goals. BUILD… ACCELERATE… SUSTAIN…

Engagement: Inspirational Video
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Activity: 

1. Using typography students will use the pen tool in photoshop to design a face made of text curves and lines.
2. Take a portrait photo and type text on a path.

 

SAmples

 

Studio / Homework: 

1. Reflections (in water, chrome or other reflective surfaces like glass. (Store windows -all

kinds– antique or consignment stores make interesting subjects)

2. Strong Light source to give shadows and contrast (through a window, by lamp, fire etc.)

3. Silhouette your subject (strong light source behind subject so subject becomes black)

4. Transparency (from light passing through objects with light source coming from different

directions i.e. behind, under etc.)

5. Portraits of self or other person in a unique position(s) (candid, formal, informal, indoor,

outdoor, street environmental, etc.)

Assessments: 

Share your photo with the class and elaborate on how you incorporate the elements of art and the design principles along with the digital image process to make your photo better.

VOCABULARY:

SLR, Point and shot, image noise, sharpen, Blur, Open Document, Save document, Tools, Window, Dock Panel, Color Default, Document Size, pixel, megapixels, resolution, bit depth, posturized, jpeg, tiff, png, raw, sun spot, gradient, levels, rotate, crop, resize, curves, color balance and saturation, levels, retouch and spot, healing brush, clone stamp, Dodge burn, Sharpe image, red eye tool, blur, black and White, Hue Saturation, CYMK, RGB

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Project 3

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UNIT OBJECTIVE: Typography, Path tool, Photoshop tools, Portraits

DIRECT OBJECTIVE: By the end of this class students will be able to demonstrate the ability to take a photo that integrates good composition of typography using the pen tool.

ACADEMIC COURSE ALIGNMENTMATH (Curve and point, Vector paths)

 

Talk is Cheap, But hard-work pays off at the end.

The key to success is hard work, accountability, self determination (ownership), and prioritizing goals. BUILD… ACCELERATE… SUSTAIN…

MATERIALS AND RESOURCES: Computer, PhotoShop, Camera

STANDARDS COVER:

06.0 Demonstrate language arts knowledge and skills.

07.0 Solve problems using critical thinking skills, creativity and innovation.

20.0 Use information technology tools.

25.0 Take studio photographs.

 

HOMEWORK: 

1. Reflections (in water, chrome or other reflective surfaces like glass. (Store windows -all

kinds– antique or consignment stores make interesting subjects)

2. Strong Light source to give shadows and contrast (through a window, by lamp, fire etc.)

3. Silhouette your subject (strong light source behind subject so subject becomes black)

4. Transparency (from light passing through objects with light source coming from different

directions i.e. behind, under etc.)

5. Portraits of self or other person in a unique position(s) (candid, formal, informal, indoor,

outdoor, street environmental, etc.)

EVALUATION:

Share your photo with the class and elaborate on how you incorporate the elements of art and the design principles along with the digital image process to make your photo better through using typography.

VOCABULARY:

SLR, Point and shot, image noise, sharpen, Blur, Open Document, Save document, Tools, Window, Dock Panel, Color Default, Document Size, pixel, megapixels, resolution, bit depth, posturized, jpeg, tiff, png, raw, sun spot, gradient, levels, rotate, crop, resize, curves, color balance and saturation, levels, retouch and spot, healing brush, clone stamp, Dodge burn, Sharpe image, red eye tool, blur, black and White, Hue Saturation, CYMK, RGB

ADAPTATIONS: Visual Aids and Video

Project 4

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UNIT OBJECTIVE: Typography, Layout Design, Measurement,

DIRECT OBJECTIVE: By the end of this class students will be able to design a 3 layout CD Concept that demonstrates .

ACADEMIC COURSE ALIGNMENTMATH (Curve and point, Vector paths), English (Grammar)

 

Talk is Cheap, But hard-work pays off at the end.

The key to success is hard work, accountability, self determination (ownership), and prioritizing goals. BUILD… ACCELERATE… SUSTAIN…

MATERIALS AND RESOURCES: Computer, PhotoShop, Camera, CD Template

STANDARDS COVER:

06.0 Demonstrate language arts knowledge and skills.

07.0 Solve problems using critical thinking skills, creativity and innovation.

20.0 Use information technology tools.

25.0 Take studio photographs.

27.01 Use basic photographic computer skills

ACTIVITY: 

Surreal CD Cover that evokes peace.  Your CD Cover spread, CD Plate, and Back

cover must demonstrate a cohesive flow. The incorporation of text must work with the design.

This is the foundation to the assignment, but your creative suggestion is welcome…

Visuals

1) At least three images that have been digitally combined together on the front cover of your CD

2) Visual texture

3) A distinct 3 color palette

4) Front cover on the right hand side of your file, back cover on the left.

5) 2 PhotoShop Tutorial Effects applied to your project. Click Here  Effects 2 Effects 3 Effects 4

6) Use 1 Font Effects Tutorial 1, Tutorial 2

7) http://psd.tutsplus.com/

http://www.fontsquirrel.com/

http://www.splashnology.com/


HOMEWORK: 

TURN in your 5 Photos

EVALUATION:

Share your photo with the class and elaborate on how you incorporate the elements of art and the design principles along with the digital image process to make your photo better through.

VOCABULARY:

SLR, Point and shot, Bleed, image noise, sharpen, Blur, Open Document, Save document, Tools, Window, Dock Panel, Color Default, Document Size, pixel, megapixels, resolution, bit depth, posturized, jpeg, tiff, png, raw, sun spot, gradient, levels, rotate, crop, resize, curves, color balance and saturation, levels, retouch and spot, healing brush, clone stamp, Dodge burn, Sharpe image, red eye tool, blur, black and White, Hue Saturation, CYMK, RGB

ADAPTATIONS: Visual Aids and Video

Project 5

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UNIT OBJECTIVE: Typography, Layout Design, Measurement,

DIRECT OBJECTIVE: By the end of this class students will be able to design a 3 layout CD Concept that demonstrates a unified composition.

ACADEMIC COURSE ALIGNMENTMATH (Curve and point, Vector paths), English (Grammar)

 

Talk is Cheap, But hard-work pays off at the end.

The key to success is hard work, accountability, self determination (ownership), and prioritizing goals. BUILD… ACCELERATE… SUSTAIN…

MATERIALS AND RESOURCES: Computer, PhotoShop, Camera, CD Template

STANDARDS COVER:

07.0 Solve problems using critical thinking skills, creativity and innovation.
20.0 Use information technology tools.

ACTIVITY: 

Surreal CD Cover that evokes peace.  Your CD Cover spread, CD Plate, and Back cover must demonstrate a cohesive flow. The incorporation of text must work with the design. This is the foundation to the assignment, but your creative suggestion is welcome…

Visuals

1) At least three images that have been digitally combined together on the front cover of your CD
2) Visual texture
3) A distinct 3 color palette
4) Front cover on the right hand side of your file, back cover on the left.
5) 2 PhotoShop Tutorial Effects applied to your project. Click Here  Effects 2 Effects 3 Effects 4
6) Use 1 Font Effects Tutorial 1, Tutorial 2
7) http://psd.tutsplus.com/

http://www.fontsquirrel.com/

http://www.splashnology.com/

 


HOMEWORK: 

TURN in your 5 Photos

EVALUATION:

Share your photo with the class and elaborate on how you incorporate the elements of art and the design principles along with the digital image process to make your photo better through.

VOCABULARY:

SLR, Point and shot, Bleed, image noise, sharpen, Blur, Open Document, Save document, Tools, Window, Dock Panel, Color Default, Document Size, pixel, megapixels, resolution, bit depth, posturized, jpeg, tiff, png, raw, sun spot, gradient, levels, rotate, crop, resize, curves, color balance and saturation, levels, retouch and spot, healing brush, clone stamp, Dodge burn, Sharpe image, red eye tool, blur, black and White, Hue Saturation, CYMK, RGB

ADAPTATIONS: Visual Aids and Video

 

Project 6

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UNIT OBJECTIVE: Typography, Layout Design, Measurement,

DIRECT OBJECTIVE: By the end of this class students will be able to design a 3 layout CD Concept that demonstrates a unified composition.

ACADEMIC COURSE ALIGNMENTMATH (Curve and point, Vector paths), English (Grammar)

 

Talk is Cheap, But hard-work pays off at the end.

The key to success is hard work, accountability, self determination (ownership), and prioritizing goals. BUILD… ACCELERATE… SUSTAIN…

MATERIALS AND RESOURCES: Computer, PhotoShop, Camera, CD Template

STANDARDS COVER:

07.0 Solve problems using critical thinking skills, creativity and innovation.
20.0 Use information technology tools.

ACTIVITY: 

1. Surreal CD Cover that evokes peace.  Your CD Cover spread, CD Plate, and Back cover must demonstrate a cohesive flow.
12 BREATH DUE DEC. 20

2. Non AP Students will work in group of twos to complete the certification tutorial.

Steps to reach your certification goal:

1. Download Study guide page below 1-46. Study for a test on Monday.

2. Prezi presentation this week from your groups. Must upload file to Edmodo by Friday.

3. Next week Friday Hands on activity on photoshop  studio.

4. Certification Test

Please complete all questions and Photoshop Video for a grade.

 

Certification video: Please watch the certification video and complete question 1-25 from the above PDF.

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EVALUATION:

Share your photo with the class and elaborate on how you incorporate the elements of art and the design principles along with the digital image process to make your photo better through.

VOCABULARY:

SLR, Point and shotBleed, image noise, sharpen, Blur, Open Document, Save document, Tools, Window, Dock Panel, Color Default, Document Size, pixel, megapixels, resolution, bit depth, posturized, jpeg, tiff, png, raw, sun spot, gradient, levels, rotate, crop, resize, curves, color balance and saturation, levels, retouch and spot, healing brush, clone stamp, Dodge burn, Sharpe image, red eye tool, blur, black and White, Hue Saturation, CYMK, RGB

ADAPTATIONS: Visual Aids and Video

Project 7

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UNIT OBJECTIVE: Typography, Layout Design, Measurement,

DIRECT OBJECTIVE: By the end of this class students will be able to organize their 12 breadth assignment.

ACADEMIC COURSE ALIGNMENTMATH (Curve and point, Vector paths), English (Grammar)

MATERIALS AND RESOURCES: Computer, PhotoShop, Camera,

STANDARDS COVER:

07.0 Solve problems using critical thinking skills, creativity and innovation.
20.0 Use information technology tools.

ACTIVITY: 

1. Students will use the reflection sheet to organized their 12 breadth works of art that demonstrate and understanding of the element of art and design principles. 12 BREADTH DUE Last week before winter break.

 

Section III: Breadth

The student’s work in this section should demonstrate understanding of the

principles of design, including unity/variety, balance, emphasis, contrast, rhythm,

repetition, proportion/scale and figure/ground relationship. Successful works of art

require the integration of the elements and principles of design; students must

therefore be actively engaged with these concepts while thoughtfully composing

their art. The work in this section should show evidence of conceptual, perceptual,

and expressive development, as well as technical skill.

Requirements

For this section, students must submit a total of 12 images of 12 different works. Details

may not be included. All images should be labeled with dimensions (height 3 width)

and material(s). The Digital Submission Web application incorporates space to

include this information. This section requires images of 12 works in which the

elements and principles of two-dimensional design are the primary focus; students

are asked to demonstrate that they are thoughtfully applying these principles while

composing their art.

2. Non AP Students will work in group of twos to complete the certification tutorial.

Steps to reach your certification goal:

1. Download Study guide page below 1-46. Study for a test on Monday.

2. Prezi presentation this week from your groups. Must upload file to Edmodo by Friday.

3. Next week Friday Hands on activity on photoshop  studio.

4. Certification Test

Please complete all questions and Photoshop Video for a grade.

Certification video: Please watch the certification video and complete question 1-25 from the above PDF.

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EVALUATION:

Share your photo with the class and elaborate on how you incorporate the elements of art and the design principles along with the digital image process to make your photo better through.

VOCABULARY:

SLR, Point and shotBleed, image noise, sharpen, Blur, Open Document, Save document, Tools, Window, Dock Panel, Color Default, Document Size, pixel, megapixels, resolution, bit depth, posturized, jpeg, tiff, png, raw, sun spot, gradient, levels, rotate, crop, resize, curves, color balance and saturation, levels, retouch and spot, healing brush, clone stamp, Dodge burn, Sharpe image, red eye tool, blur, black and White, Hue Saturation, CYMK, RGB

Project 8

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Student Objective: Study close-ups and perspectives and pay particular attention to how much is in focus and out of focus in each example. The emphasis or subject of your composition should be in focus, NOT blurred. Photograph the following in color (you can convert to B&W later) –BE CREATIVE

Standards: Demonstrate understanding of the photo manipulation, principles design and elements of art.

*Photo Enhancement through the use of photoShop
*Create a variety of photos that shows an understanding of visual balance.
*Create a Drawing base on your photograph portrait.

 

Talk is Cheap, But hard-work pays off at the end.

The key to success is hard work, accountability, self determination (ownership), and prioritizing goals. BUILD… ACCELERATE… SUSTAIN…

Activity:

1. Share your two artist with the class in the form of a Powerpoint or essay.
Share your (type) a one page research paper on an artist that incorporates portrait photos , shapes and mixed media.

2. Share your interpretation on your 8th  photo montage. This can be a written essay on your theme along with the techniques learned to create the PhotoShop artwork.

Remember to take NOTES on the videos below and HAVE YOUR NOTES NEXT TO YOU  while working.

Drawing
The Pen and Paths
Editing Paths
Clipping Paths
Vector Shapes

 Studio / Homework: Take a creative Photo that demonstrates portrait composition (emphasis, contrast and expression).

Project 9

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Student Objective: Study close-ups and perspectives and pay particular attention to how much is in focus and out of focus in each example. The emphasis or subject of your composition should be in focus, NOT blurred. Photograph the following in color (you can convert to B&W later) –BE CREATIVE

Standards: Demonstrate understanding of the photo manipulation, principles design and elements of art.

*Photo Enhancement through the use of photoShop
*Create a variety of photos that shows an understanding of visual balance.
*Create a Drawing base on your photograph portrait.

 

Talk is Cheap, But hard-work pays off at the end.

The key to success is hard work, accountability, self determination (ownership), and prioritizing goals. BUILD… ACCELERATE… SUSTAIN…

Activity:

1. Use the pen tool in photoshop to create the following lines and curves.
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Watch Teacher Video
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Remember to take NOTES on the videos below and HAVE YOUR NOTES NEXT TO YOU  while working.

2. Sketch out your concept layout as it relates to your photo and shape creation.

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3. Take your photo that demonstrates strong contrast, emphasis, and unity composition.

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4. Using PhotoShop to create your composition.

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Teacher Video
Video 1
Video 2
Video 3

Drawing
The Pen and Paths
Editing Paths
Clipping Paths
Vector Shapes

 Studio / Homework: Take a creative Photo that demonstrates portrait composition (emphasis, contrast and expression).