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SURREALISM

Digital Photography I, Spring 2015

What is surrealism?

What is Surrealism?

¨ 20 th Century avant- garde art movement ¨ Release the creative potential of the unconscious mind

¤ Irrational juxtaposition of images

art movement ¨   Release the creative potential of the unconscious mind ¤   Irrational juxtaposition

What is a landscape?

Requirements

¨ Create a list of 10 ideas

¤ Select your 3 best and create a thumbnail sketch

¨ Take 50 photos that can be incorporated into your composition

¤ You will create a contact sheet to turn in (HW Grade)

¨ You will create 3 surrealist landscapes

¤ Photos will be uploaded to your website

¨ Best piece will be printed and matted!

Digital Photography: Self Assessment Surrealism

Outstanding

Good

Keep Working

Needs Improvement

Student

Teacher

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21

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Rating

Rating

Effort

Composition

Editing

Presentation

Comments

Student attends every class, arrives on time and prepared. Student stays after school to complete assignments. Student main- tains clean /orderly work- space and cleans up after themselves and others.

Student display superior knowledge of the rules of composition to cre- ate original works of art. Student goes above ad beyond what is required to create their artwork.

Student always uses cor- rect editing procedure when processing their photos. Students experi- ments during the editing process to create a high quality image.

Student displays superior knowledge of techniques. Student uses correct measuring to prepare their boards and proper cutting techniques to create neat and clean windows.

Student arrives to class on time and prepared. Student maintains a neat and orderly workspace and cleans up at the end of each class.

Student uses knowledge of the rules of composi- tion to create original works of art. Student includes all required ele- ments in their work.

Student uses correct edit- ing procedures when edit- ing their photos. Students experiments during the editing process most of the time.

Student displays knowl- edge of techniques. Student uses correct measuring to prepare their boards and proper cutting techniques to create neat and clean windows most of the time.

Student arrives to class on time and prepared most days. Student maintains a neat and orderly work- space most of the time. Student rarely is asked to help clean up at the end of class.

Student uses knowledge/ rules of composition some- times. Student includes some, but not all, required elements in their images.

Student uses correct edit- ing procedures when edit- ing their photos sometimes. Student rarely experiments during the editing process.

Student uses measuring to prepare their boards and cutting techniques to create neat and clean windows some of the time.

Student never arrives to class on time and ready to work. Student does not maintain a neat and or- derly workspace. Student never helps to clean up at the end of class.

Student never uses knowl- edge/rules of composi- tion to create original works of art. Student in- clude necessary elements in their images.

Student never uses cor- rect editing procedures when editing their photos. Student never experiments during the editing process.

Student does not uses proper techniques to window mat their work. Student does not measure before cutting window and the window is not neat and clean.

mat their work. Student does not measure before cutting window and the window is not neat
mat their work. Student does not measure before cutting window and the window is not neat
mat their work. Student does not measure before cutting window and the window is not neat
mat their work. Student does not measure before cutting window and the window is not neat
mat their work. Student does not measure before cutting window and the window is not neat
mat their work. Student does not measure before cutting window and the window is not neat
mat their work. Student does not measure before cutting window and the window is not neat
mat their work. Student does not measure before cutting window and the window is not neat

Student

Teacher

Grade

Brainstorm!!!!

¨ Create a list of 10 ideas.

¤ ANY IDEAS YOU HAVE!

¨ Select your best 3 ¨ Draw thumbnails of those three ideas

**I am going to be checking-in with you before you leave today! This is going to count as a grade.**