Implementing Photography into High School Education Bailey Rapp

High School Students don't usually get to learn by doing and hands on work, most students are taught by listening through lectures. This leads to minimal effort by the students in the class room.

Students will learn how to compose, light and set up a cameras manually to attain the most efficient way to communicate the meaning behind their photos.

Teachers will offer both in class material and knowledge for students and hands on work outside of the class room.

Through photography students will be able to grasp necessary communication skills that will help prepare them for their future.

Photography is more than a medium for factual communication of ideas. It is a creative art. - Ansel Adams

Credits:

Created with images by jurvetson - "Fast 50mm Prime Lenses — the Zhongyi f/0.95 and Canon f/1.2" • NWABR - "2010 Student Fellows" • Orange42 - "Waiting for Time to Pass" • Rex Pe - "middle school class" • Pexels - "evening iphone macro" • StockSnap - "iphone camera picture" • Unsplash - "phone photography camera"

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