- Your understanding of the relationships between aperture, shutter speed and ISO are evident in the production of well exposed negatives.
- images demonstrate a working understanding of the relationship between DOF and aperture.
- Your images are well focused unless the intent is otherwise and stated in your folio.
Consider the use of a range of angles of view, selective focus and compositional devices such as 'rule of thirds' etc to produce visually interesting images.
The Darkroom - Film and Print processing
Submission and guidelines
A minimum of 6 black and white prints no larger than postcard size (3x5 or 4x6) are to be submitted in your folio.
You are also to include in your folio:
- Examples of test prints / strips,
- Your 35mm negatives in protective sleeves,
- Proof sheet.
Your submission should evidence the following;
- Considered composition
- Sound development and printing of the negatives
- Considered presentation, editing & layout in your folio.
A Collection of Photographic Images – Elements & Principles of design:
You are to collect a selection of photographic images from a range of sources, including the work of photographers, which illustrate photographs whose composition/design aspect can be interpreted as elements & principles of design.
One example should be presented for each of the following:
Principles of Design
- Balance, proportion, dominance, emphasis, radiation, rhythm, movement, contrast, harmony, repetition & unity.
Elements of Design:
Line, direction, colour, tone, texture, shape, form, size
These images are to be presented in your folio and correctly labelled.
Part 4. Research Task
Who’s who in 20th century photography: A timeline
Your timeline should be chronological i.e., 1800’s to now and should feature key photographers and developments in photography.
Your timeline should have illustrations, key notations while also noting some of the key photographers you feel have made a significant contribution to this technology and art form.
The following are examples of possible inclusions (not necessarily in order)
You may submit this as a Powerpoint or Word document.