Monday 11/14/22: “Long Exposure Photographers” Blog Activity
I have to report to jury duty today. I don’t know if I’ll be dismissed or if I have to report more days this week. Please stay updated on this site and Teams! See you soon… I hope!
If you borrowed a camera from me on Friday you can drop off with Mr. Valdez in room E108.
-Ms. De La Rosa
- Complete and turn in the Light Painting + Ghost Effect Blog Post from last week (due today)
- Begin the “Long Exposure Photographers” Blog Activity described below (due tomorrow)
“Long Exposure Photographers” Blog Activity*
Step 1: Click the following 7 photographer names to view their slow shutter/long exposure photography!
- Alexey Titarenko
- Tokihiro Sato
- Francesca Woodman
- Gjon Mili (Check out Mili’s Picasso series too, click here)
- Nick Fancher
- Hiroshi Sugimoto
- Diana Robinson (Find more of her photos in the 2nd & 3rd photo slide show by clicking here)
Step 2: Publish a post on your blog titled, “Long Exposure Photographers”, and include the following:
- Type out the name of each photographer listed above and in 2 or more sentences describe the photographer’s work (NOT what you think about it, but how you would describe it to someone else in the class…like the subject matter/style/technique/aesthetic, etc.).
- Add your favorite photo from the photographer you liked the most. Caption the photo with the photographer’s name. (Save as a JPEG or use the Snipping Tool to take a screenshot of it then save as JPEG).
- Under the photo, add a short paragraph explaining why you chose that photographer and why you chose that particular photo. 3-4 sentences.
- Then answer the following question: If you could create a photograph inspired by this photographer or photo that you chose, what would you photograph and how do you think you would do it?
*If you prefer, you can type all this on a Word document or PowerPoint slideshow instead. But you still need to create the blog post and simply add the document or slideshow to it.