- 2004 Graduation Program
- Does NOT count toward Adult Graduation Program
This course cannot be used toward Adult Graduation Credits
Photography 11 emphasises the development of the knowledge and skills required for the creation of digital photographs. This includes computer photo-imaging/manipulation. Students will develop an appreciation for the history of photography through researching and analyzing specific photographers and their photographs. This course is designed to introduce students to parts and functions of a digital camera, good photo compositions, picture taking techniques, and the digital darkroom process and print development.
Students will be challenged with hands-on exploration and skill development activities, using the latest edition of the Photoshop program. Progressing through the units, in sequence, the students build on previously acquired knowledge and skills. A fundamental aspect of the course will be the focus on the creative process. This process gives students practical, hands-on skill development, appropriate motivation, and the theoretical knowledge needed to communicate ideas, feelings and beliefs through the photo art work that they create.
*Students are required to have access to their own digital camera (w/ USB connector/cord) for this course on a daily basis.