Multimedia

Monday 12/9
This is Half Dead Week:
Half dead  week means we don't start new projects (That's the dead part). Half dead week means we have an activity at the start and end of class to review for finals in this class.  There will be time in the middle for you to focus on finals studies for whatever class you need to focus on the most.  Use your time to study for finals(That's the not dead part). 

1 Copy the blue words and then do this:
•Make a page 8.5 x11
• Put guides dividing the page in half in both the vertical and horizontal direction (vertical is 4.25 and horizontal is half way between 0 and 11)
• Type Tongue Twister as a title in Arial black, 36 point type
• In arial, 12 point type Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers. How many peppers did Peter Piper pick?


2 Study for finals

3 Someone will be around to review Duotone with you.
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Thursday 12/5, Friday 12/6
For the final you will need to show that you can measure and follow type speifications.
Practice by doing the following layouts.  Follow specifications.  Click on the small image to get to the larger image so you cn see measurements.


CHECK THAT YOU HAVE ALL THE ANSWERS FOR THE FINAL 1-12 CLICK HERE


1. Copy the image below exactly. Follow measurements.
• The orange rectangle is 3 x .75
• The stroke is 20 px inside
• The font is Times bold 24 pt.


This one is a bit more complicated.  You can use whatever theme and image you like but follow the measurements.  It folds to make a table tent.



2 Photoshoot:  Back to back, morning light.  (You need three people)

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Tuesday 12/3, Wednesday 12/4




1 Final review:  CLICK HERE

2 Turn in movies

3 Finish presentations.

4 Practice Duotone for final

STEPS:
open full color digital image in PhotoShop
• Image, Mode, Greyscale, Discard color information
• Image, Mode, Duotone, Change monotone to duotone,  Select color.

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The traditional duotone is made with a warm or cool color and black but feel free to experiment to get interesting effects.








Monday 12/2
1
Share you movie with a classmate - Critique and signature.

2
Turn movies in.

3
PRESENT

4
Duotone review


5 PRESENT



Monday 11/25, Tuesday 11,26
1 Write:
Rewrite your response to the question:
Does a company that sells a product have an obligation to be truthful about how that product is represented?  Why? Why not? In what ways may they exaggerate (Puffery) and in what ways must they be factual? ANSWER _________

2 Present Drink Labels:
Be prepared to share your drink product with the class.  We will go in reverse alphabetical order 2 students at a time.  First up for first period will be Lizbet and Alejandro.  We will have students present at the start and end of class.

Revise movies and turn them into mp4 files and send them to inboxroom83@gmail.com as last-first-photographer

 4 
If you have extra time take 4 images of 4 photographers and turn them into duotones. Remember you have to do Image, Mode, Grayscale before you can do Duotone.   You will need to make duotones without prompting or help from others on the final so make sure you've got the steps down. Save them in a folder called duotones.



Thursday 11/21,  Friday 11/22

1 Write :

On paper list the photographers that you have explored this last week.  (See below through Wednesday 11/13) 

If you wish you may use one of  the very cool 3D cubes you created on 11/15 as your introductory image in the imovie.



2 A short movie in imovie :

Select one of the photographers you have discovered and make a movie about them and their work.  The movie should be about 1-2 minutes long and will include:
a picture of the photographer
information about the photographer
examples of their work
a description, in your words, of their work.
Don't forget to have: Intro, content, conclusion, sound and transitions.  DUE AT THE END OF THE PERIOD TODAY!

Remember, movies auto-save.  We will worry about turning them in on Tuesday.

- HAVE A LOVELY WEEKEND-




Tuesday 11/19
1
Write the photographers name after the letter that identifies the photograph.  Refer to Monday 11/18 below for list of Photographers from which to choose. Write the names on paper and turn in to the teacher.
C
D
E




A

B

C

D

E


2
 Find an example of each of the following on the internet:
  • Portrait
  • Figure
  • Landscape
  • Objects in nature
  • Abstract
  • Surrealism

 Write the Photographers name as the file name and place it in a folder on your computer . The folder is called last-first-photographers-11-19. You must find new photographers not in the list found on 11/18

example: portrait by Steve McCurry

This portrait by McCurry will go in my folder on the computer.
Steve McCurry
3
If you finish 1 and 2 above, arrange the images representing the 6 new photographers you've discovered on a single 8.5 x 11 page in photoshop as a collage. and save it to the same folder on your computer named last-first-photographers-11-19

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Monday 11/18
Classify the photographers according to the bullit list.  Fill in the blanks. Do this on paper and hand it in to the sub.  The first two photographers are familiar from last class.  Do a google search to become familiar with the others and then create cubes for those three as well.  

Here is a list of artists. How would you classify their phtography? Do they create mostly:
  • Portrait
  • Figure
  • Landscape
  • Objects in nature
  • Abstract
  • Surrealism

Annie Leibovitz makes ____ photography.
Ola Kolehmainen makes ____ photography.
Edward Weston makes ____ photography.  
Horts P Horst makes ____ photography.
Richard Avedon makes ____ photography.

SUBMIT SCREENSHOTS OF THE FINISHED CUBES TO INBOXROOM83@GMAIL.COM AS LAST-FIRST-(photographers NAME HERE)

Here is the cube to download:







Friday 11/15,  
1
WRITE
Here is a list of artists. How would you classify their phtography? Do they create mostly:
  • Portrait
  • Figure
  • Landscape
  • Objects in nature
  • Abstract
  • Surrealism

Annie Leibovitz makes ____ photography.
Ola Kolehmainen makes ____ photography.
Edward Weston makes ____ photography.
Horts P Horst makes ____ photography.
Richard Avedon makes ____ photography.

Now make a photocube for each and put a screenshot in a folder called last-first-photocubes and put it on your Google drive.



Use three works of art of each artist and make a cube using the Transform, Distort tool. If you finish early, and are waiting for a camera then make a cube for a famous portrait artist that you find by doing a Goog search. (there will be a demo)- See Example: 




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Wednesday11/13, Thursday 11/14
1 Write
Photography as Art
We can categorize photography as;
Portrait
Figure
Landscape
Objects in nature
Abstract
Surrealism

Here are links so that you may introduce yourself to some famous photographers.
We will start with these two:

Annie Leibovitz CLICK HERE
Portrait - The expression of the face

Ola Kolehmainen CLICK HERE
Abstract - The essence of art (The elements and principals of art)

Write the following information for each artist. 

  • Date of birth and death
  • Where they lived
  • How they were influenced or educated
  • An interesting fact that you find

2
Find four examples of their work and place it in a folder called photography examples. 

2a
Use three works of art of each artist and make a cube using the Transform, Distort tool. If you finish early, and are waiting for a camera then make a cube for a famous portrait artist that you find by doing a Goog search. (there will be a demo)- See Example: 




This is the final product.


3
Take a portrait of someone in class.





1 Write.  

Read the information and answer the following questions:
  1. What did Philip Morris use in cigarettes and why?  
  2. How did other tobacco companies respond?
  3. What was tobacco being compared to that threatened the company?
  4. Was the tobacco industry honest with the public? What is your opinion about their responsibility to the public?  Is a cover-up OK? Not OK?


READ
Philip Morris and other tobacco companies have been using ammonia in their manufacturing for more than half a century, and for a variety of purposes: to highlight certain flavors, to expand or “puff up” the volume of tobacco, to prepare reconstituted tobacco sheet (“recon”), to denicotinize (reduce the amount of nicotine in) tobacco, and to remove carcinogens.
By the early 1960s, however, Philip Morris had also begun using ammonia to “freebase” the nicotine in cigarette smoke, creating low-yield (reduced-tar or -nicotine) cigarettes that still had the nicotine kick necessary to keep customers “satisfied” (i.e., addicted). We show that Philip Morris discovered the virtues of freebasing while analyzing the impact of the ammoniated recon used in Marlboro cigarettes.
We also show how Marlboro’s commercial success catalyzed efforts by the rest of the tobacco industry to discover its “secret,” eventually identified as ammonia technology, and how Philip Morris later exploited the myriad uses of ammonia (e.g., for flavoring and expanding tobacco volume) to defend itself against charges of manipulating the nicotine deliveries of its cigarettes.

CRACK NICOTINE?

In the mid-1990s, FDA Commissioner Kessler was using the tobacco companies’ recently discovered manipulation of nicotine to argue for the regulation of tobacco. The industry knew that any admission of using ammonia to increase the availability of nicotine would be an admission that nicotine is the addictive sine qua non of smoking, and tobacco manufacturers did not want to have cigarettes compared to crack cocaine. (According to Farone, the industry made a conscious effort in the 1980s and 1990s to avoid the term freebasing in any documents or statements because it didn’t want to be associated with cocaine.) With so much at stake, it is not surprising that the industry attempted to cover up its use of ammonia as a freebasing reagent.
It is important to keep in mind that the ammonia cover-up is only one of dozens of similar cover-ups, part of the industry’s calculated disregard for human health. The industry has tried to efface the truth in depositions and even in internal documents, but the facts are clear: Philip Morris by the early 1960s had realized ammonia’s ability to augment the potency of nicotine and then used this knowledge to develop cigarettes that were nominally low in tar and nicotine while still having a powerful nicotine kick. Sales of Philip Morris products skyrocketed as a result, spiking the company to the top of the market charts. And the other manufacturers took notice: RJ Reynolds, American Tobacco, Brown and Williamson, Liggett, and Lorillard all worked hard to figure out Marlboro’s secret and by the 1970s and 1980s had developed their own versions of ammonia technology, which all but Liggett implemented commercially.




Friday 11/8, Tuesday 11/12
1 Write.  

Read the information and answer the following questions:
  1. What did Philip Morris use in cigarettes and why?  
  2. How did other tobacco companies respond?
  3. What was tobacco being compared to that threatened the company?
  4. Was the tobacco industry honest with the public? What is your opinion about their responsibility to the public?  Is a cover-up OK? Not OK?


READ
Philip Morris and other tobacco companies have been using ammonia in their manufacturing for more than half a century, and for a variety of purposes: to highlight certain flavors, to expand or “puff up” the volume of tobacco, to prepare reconstituted tobacco sheet (“recon”), to denicotinize (reduce the amount of nicotine in) tobacco, and to remove carcinogens.
By the early 1960s, however, Philip Morris had also begun using ammonia to “freebase” the nicotine in cigarette smoke, creating low-yield (reduced-tar or -nicotine) cigarettes that still had the nicotine kick necessary to keep customers “satisfied” (i.e., addicted). We show that Philip Morris discovered the virtues of freebasing while analyzing the impact of the ammoniated recon used in Marlboro cigarettes.
We also show how Marlboro’s commercial success catalyzed efforts by the rest of the tobacco industry to discover its “secret,” eventually identified as ammonia technology, and how Philip Morris later exploited the myriad uses of ammonia (e.g., for flavoring and expanding tobacco volume) to defend itself against charges of manipulating the nicotine deliveries of its cigarettes.

CRACK NICOTINE?

In the mid-1990s, FDA Commissioner Kessler was using the tobacco companies’ recently discovered manipulation of nicotine to argue for the regulation of tobacco. The industry knew that any admission of using ammonia to increase the availability of nicotine would be an admission that nicotine is the addictive sine qua non of smoking, and tobacco manufacturers did not want to have cigarettes compared to crack cocaine. (According to Farone, the industry made a conscious effort in the 1980s and 1990s to avoid the term freebasing in any documents or statements because it didn’t want to be associated with cocaine.) With so much at stake, it is not surprising that the industry attempted to cover up its use of ammonia as a freebasing reagent.
It is important to keep in mind that the ammonia cover-up is only one of dozens of similar cover-ups, part of the industry’s calculated disregard for human health. The industry has tried to efface the truth in depositions and even in internal documents, but the facts are clear: Philip Morris by the early 1960s had realized ammonia’s ability to augment the potency of nicotine and then used this knowledge to develop cigarettes that were nominally low in tar and nicotine while still having a powerful nicotine kick. Sales of Philip Morris products skyrocketed as a result, spiking the company to the top of the market charts. And the other manufacturers took notice: RJ Reynolds, American Tobacco, Brown and Williamson, Liggett, and Lorillard all worked hard to figure out Marlboro’s secret and by the 1970s and 1980s had developed their own versions of ammonia technology, which all but Liggett implemented commercially.
2
Here are two shape critters that need only
  • the marquee tool
  • Free transform 
  • transform, distort (a new one to try)
  • and the eraser tool to make.




Try them out.  Feel free to use your own colors or to change them any way you like.  JUst be sure to add the Transform, Distort tool.

Make a third one of your own.

You will be asked to submit your fav one to show participation

3 Wait for your label to be printed, cut it out and return to the folder.

4 ????







Wednesday 11/6
Write your answer on the half-sheet of paper provided and pin it to the wall. Be sure to put your name on  it. Please use your neatest writing. Copy the question and write your answer.

Does a company that sells a product have an obligation to be truthful about how that product is represented?  Why? Why not? In what ways may they exaggerate (Puffery) and in what ways must they be factual? ANSWER _________

Make a poster 8.5 x 11 It is the same as your label except that it is poster size 8.5 x 11 and it says 24 12 oz cans for $9.95

Because of the need for BRANDING  you MUST use the same
  • colors
  • font
  • images

Due by the end of class today.  Submit to inboxroom83@gmail.com as last-first-dirnk-poster-11-6

3
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The student teach item today will be change brush size and hardness.

Some students will cut out their labels today.


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Monday 11/4, Tuesday 11/5
1
Write:
In your own words define Target Market
What is the name of your drink and what is your target market?

In your own words define Branding.
How does your label brand your product?

Did you turn in a FOLDER containing 4 differentvariations of your drink label? Yes or No.

2
If you have something left to do to turn in the four labels get it done. Today is the last day.

3
Logos
The logo is like a visual signature of a company used to Brand the company.  Go to the following link CLICK HERE, study the logos and on your 'Blue words ' paper write how many of these logos are made with simple shapes.  Now in Photo Shop try to draw one of the  logos using drawing and shape tools.

4
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Thursday 10/31, Friday 11/1
You are finishing up your labels. Starting next week you will present your label to the class with a partner.  For the presentation you will do the following:
  • Show your label
  • Tell us the name, slogan and target market.  
  • You will also answer the following question?


Write : Answer the following question:
Does a company that sells a product have an obligation to be truthful about how that product is represented?  Why? Why not? In what ways may they exaggerate (Puffery) and in what ways must they be factual?

2
Finish anything that is unfinished.  The grading period  is over tomorrow.




Tuesday 10/29, Wednesday 10/30
1 Write (Copy blue words and fill in the blank)
  • The group or audience that a product is made for, and sold to is the ------ ------.
  • When you identify your company with same colors, and logo and slogan  this is --------
  • What is an example of a famous slogan? -------
  • Name two common ways you are persuaded to buy things. -------, ----------.


2 Finish four label variations.

3 Get a signed critique from a fellow classmate

4 ????







Friday 10/25, Monday 10/28

1 Write (copy the blue words and answer) 
  •  What is your Target Market? Answer:
  • What is the name of your drink? Answer:
  • What is your slogan? Answer:
  • What are four methods used to persuade you to buy things? Answer:
  • How many labels will you have in your folder called last-first-drink-labels? Answer:
  • What is the learning objective for today? (It's on the board) Answer:

2 Finish at least 3 of the 4 labels and have them in your folder. Copy the folder to you Goog drive but don't share yet.

3 Make your intials BIG and with a drop shadow. 

IF YOU HAVE ANY SPARE TIME YOU SHOULD BE MAKING A SHAPE MONSTER IN PHOTOSHOP.

4 ????

-STOP HERE-







Wednesday 10/23,Thursday 10/24

Turn in My Life movie final as last-first-my-life-final

1 Write (copy the blue words)  

Goal for Today
Set up the label and begin creating variations x 4. Include:
  • Proper layout
  • target market
  • kind of drink
  • color scheme and font (part of branding process)
  • name of drink
  • slogan
2
Create four different possible labels. You may experiment with font and color but keep your target market in mind.  Put screenshots of your four labels in a folder called last-first-drink-labels

3 ????

-END-




Monday 10/21, Tuesday 10,22

1 Write (Copy the blue words)
We will
  • Make a drink label following the Design Cycle process. This label must have a speifc target market.
  • Define target market.
  • Define Branding
  • Identify different ways that we as consumers are persuaded to buy products
Here are some methods, marketing techniques used to get us to buy things.
  • Celebrity status
  • Super powers and wealth
  • Humor
  • Sex
Here are examples:


wealth and popularity

celebrity status

Humor 'He a lady killer'

Is this really all about the salad

Does this make you want a burger?
So the big question is how are you being persuaded to buy things? 

strength and power
2
Find an example of celebrity status and write the name of the celebrity on the back of your 1/2 sheet, screenshot the advertisement and put it in a folder called label practice.


3
 Make a label
Make it coke colors
Make it Carl's Jr. colors
Make it VictoriaSecret colors

Screenshot each and place in a folder called Label Practice and place it on your Goog drive.



Thursday 10/17, Friday 10/18

1
Write (copy the blue words)
Below is the layout for your drink label.  It has the following parts:
  • overall dimensions 8.75 x 3.5
  • a .25 inch boarder on left, top and bottom
  • a .5  glue tab to the right
  • a place for the nutrition facts label 1.25 inches.

  • The label will have a logo or image branding the drink
  • a drink name
  • and a slogan

2 (Photoshop activity)
For today do a warm-up design. Think of a name for a drink and make a label with similar parts as the label below. Don't copy but use the same overall dimensions of 8.75 x 3.5.  Include a name a slogan and an image.

Here is an example to imitate:



Remember, the name of your drink must be in 'The Zone' because the label wraps around the can.



Submit your design as last-first-label-practice-10-17 to inboxroom83@gmail.com.

3
If you have any more work to do on your final movie you have extra time today.  Final movies will not be turned in until next class.
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Tuesday 10/15, Wednesday 10/16
1
Write (Copy the blue words)
Bright pure colors = BAD
Yucky mucky neutral colors = GOOD


contrast

shades = mix with black
Tints =mix with white (pastel colors)
complementary colors = oposite
neutral colors (complementary colors mixed)

Place the word using a very bright color on the different backgrounds.  The goal is to create the greatest contrast
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Friday 10/11, Monday 10,14
1
Write (Copy the blue words )

The printing industry is made of graphic designers and the printers that turn the graphic designs into a product.

How big is the print industry?

Check out these numbers: These are 2017 stats.
  • The $898 Billion a year industry drives about $3.8 trillion in related industries (book sales, marketing, etc).
  • In America alone, we print and share trillions of pages of information a year.
  • The print industry is bigger than the online advertising industry, the video game industry, and the US auto industry.



2
Continue with movie reviews

3
Make three labels
file name: last-first-label 7,8,9
Submit ONE (not all three) to inboxroom83@gmail.com

Make the following three labels:

• A label for halloween
What colors will you use?
What font and what will it say
What imagery (pics) will you use
You decide what size the label will be.

• A label for a child's toy
What colors will you use?
What font and what will it say
What imagery (pics) will you use
You decide what size the label will be.

• a label for food fair
What colors will you use?
What font and what will it say
What imagery (pics) will you use
You decide what size the label will be.

4
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•END•




Wednesday 10/9, Thursday 10/10
Monday 10/7
1 Write (copy the blue words)

Careers in the computer arts - Graphic Designer.

• What does a Graphic Designer do? A graphic designer combines images, words and other graphic elements to create commercial art and information.  A Graphic Designer may create movie posters, labels, banners and books.  Graphic designers create advertisements for print, web and TV.  

• How much does a Graphic Designer earn? A typical salary for a Graphic Designer in the bay area is $40,000 to $85,000 per year. Many independent Graphic Designers earn more.




2 Continue with movie reviews.


2a



Make labels for each of these containers.  You decide what is in the container.  Be sure the product has a name (You make up the name)


 

 

3
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Monday 10/7, Tuesday 10/8
1 Write: Copy the blue words.

The process for developing a projects  uses the Design Cycle as a framework.

The Design Cycle
• Brainstorm: gather ideas and information
• Plan: Outline and draw your best idea
• Make: Make your project according to the plan. Try a variety of ideas.
• Analyze : Identify what is wrong and how to improve
• Revise: or improve the project.

2
Make the following labels:
3 x2
HOT
What colors?
What images?

5 x 2.5
Cold

4x3
Poison

3
Participate in Analyze and Revise for the My Life Movies. (Timing, content, music, other.)




Thursday 9/26, Friday 9/27
Movies are DUE at 9:00 'How to turn in' instructions will be posted at that time.

1 Write: Copy the blue words.
The My Life Movei is DUE at 9:00. I have gone over my movie to look for typos and other errors.  I have watched it from start to finish to check for timing problems.  My movie has an introduction, an end, transitions and sound. 

2. Do any last minute work on movies. 

3. Follow instructions to turn in the movie.
-END-





Tuesday 9/24, Wednesday 9/25
1 Write
Copy the blue words.

Required parts.
The movie must have:
• an introduction
• content
• an end
• use of transitions
• Music

Steps to do Speed editor:
Cut the movie into parts - control > split clip.
Get to the speed editor - Control > speed editor > slide radio buttons (rabbit or turtle)


2
A quick demo: Speed editor.  Do a Facetime recording. Say...
Sometimes I would like things to go slow and other times (pause) I would like things to go fast, fast, fast.


3
Work on movies.  Reminder: Your My Life movie is DUE on Thursday


4
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Friday 9/20, Monday 9/23

1
Copy the blue words.

  • A journalist that uses photography to tell a story is a photojournalist.
  • Two photojournalists recently viewed in this class are Margaret Bourke-White and Robert Capa
  • Your My Life movie is like photojournalism because you are telling your story with pictures. Remember your movie is due either September 26th or 27th.
  • The first picture in your movie will be your baby picture.
2
Follow the sound demo. Follow speed demo.

3
Work on your movie

4
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-STOP HERE-





Get sounds HERE



Thursday 9/19
1
Copy the blue words:

Describe Photojournalism.  Photojournalism is a particular form of journalism (the collecting, editing, and presenting of news material for publication or broadcast) that employs images in order to tell a news story. ... Photojournalists create pictures that contribute to the news media.

2
Take a look at the following photojournalist, Margaret Bourke-White CLICK HERE and answer the questions.
  • When was she born?
  • jWhen did she die?
  • Where was she born?
  • What school did she attend?
  • She created alot of photo essays on the turmoil where?
  •  
  •  

Find four examples of this photjournalist's work and put them in a folder called Margaret Bourke-White. Put the folder on your google drive using Chrome.

3
Take time to clean up your desktop. The computers are being re-imaged.  Put all work on your google drive.

4
Work on your imovie.  Remember photos from your phone may need to be converted.

5
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-STOP HERE-



Monday 9/16
My Life Movie

The movie is in chronological order and has these basic parts:

• baby pic
• family pics
• pic of elementary or middle  school 
• pics of your friends when youwere younger
• a pic of San Jose High
• pics of your friends now
• pics showing your sports interests/ interests outside of school
• pics showing your long term college and career goals

• You will also have 'Five steps to success'

• and a narrated (voice) statement about how to make the world a better place.

The movie must have:
• an introduction
• content
• an end
• use of transitions
• Music

You will submit the completed movie as your rough draft DUE SEPTEMBER 26, 27


>END<



Friday 9/13
1 Write (answer on the paper provided)

  • Read about photojournalist Robert Capa CLICK HERE and answer the following questions:
  • When was he born?
  • Where was he born?
  • For what  kind of work was he famous?
  • What president awarded to him the medl of freedom?
put 8 Robert Capa images in a folder


2 length of clip (demo)
Make the first clip 3, the second 4, 5, 5.5, 6, 6.5, 7, 7.5. What happens if you add transitions?

3 Sound demo:  fade in, fade out, over all.

4 Start working on your movie.
FIRST CLIP 'THE LIFE OF___ BY YOURNAME'



Wednesday 9/11
1
Write
Define Photojournalism: Photojournalism is to create stories through photography.
Write 2 sentences about Dorothea Lange - A photojournalist.  CLICK HERE

2
Find 8 images from Dorothea Lange and put them in a folder called Dorothea Lange on your desktop.

3
imovie 'fix pics demo'
4
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-END-

Monday 9/9
1
We are going to start a new project. The writing assignment is to answer the following questions on paper.  Write neatly and use complete sentences



imovie project - My Life.

- My name is __ I was born __

- My first memory is

- About my family: I live with __ and I have __ brothers and __ sisters.

- These are the things I can tell you about my family ( write as much as you like)

- I went to elementary school __ and one thing I remember about going to elementary school is __

- What I like best about high school __ Why __

- What I like least about high school __ Why __

- My interests and hobbies are __

- What do I want to do after high school __

- Five steps I will follow to reach my goal __ (example: I will do homework every night and pass all my classes with As and Bs)

- What are the things I hope to attain in my lifetime? (example: I want to get married and have plenty of money)

2
Make something like this in Photoshop using your own name and picture of course. THE SIZE IS 11 BY 8.5



3
Start gathering pictures.  They may be on your phone, facebook or slap chat.  Start getting them together in a folder on your  computer. You can also bring pics from home 'old style' and we can scan them.  Have all your pics together by next class.

-END-





Thursday 9/5, Friday 9/6
1
Write:
Copy the blue words.
Define Graphic Designer. A person who combines text, photos illustrations and other visual elements to create commercial art and advertising.  An artist that designs poster, web banners, labels, bottles, bags, boxes  and other packaging materials. A graphic designer creates the visuals for any commercial project. The current average salary, depending on experience is $46,000 to $84, 000 per year.  Many successful graphic designers earn over $100,000 per year.

2
(demo)  We will go over Form again

3
Finish any missing elements of art pages - to be turned in last 20 minutes of the period TODAY!

4
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Tuesday 9/3
We will establish Lab Seating today.

1
Write: Fill in the guess words and then do a quick sketch of each word.


2
Finish your computer representation of the seven elements of art.

3
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Friday8/30, Tuesday 9/3
1
self check in preparation for the quiz.

Do you understand the following:
Layers
color picker
brush
type/ character window to change type
layer styles
free transform tool
line
shape
form
value

2
Space drawing

  • linear perspective
  • disappearing color
  • disappearing detail/ blur

3
Do your space drawing. It must be a different object.




Wednesday 8,28, Thursday 8/29
1
Show Value.
We will use the Eyedropper Tool to make a value scale of Beyonce.
(demo)



2
Continue with elements of art Drawings.

3
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Monday 8/26, Tuesday 8/27
1.
Write
List the seven elements of art(see 8/21 below)

2.
In photoshop create an example, using photoshop tools, that demonstrates your understanding of each element of art.  Today you should be able to complete at least Line, Shape and form. Use this link   >>>CLICK HERE<<<   read each page and look at the examples and then make your own example.


Friday 8/23
1.
Write: Copy the blue words
We have looked at each of the following in Photo Shop:
The Color Picker
Layers
FreeTransform
Type

Now we add MEASUREMENT.  Measurement allows us to not only place objects in a specific location, it also allows us to share information or describe to another person how to make something.

2.
Copy by  observing the Rulers and Guides.








3.
Make a canvas 8 x10
Place a horizontal guide at 2 inches
Place a vertical guide at 1 inch
On the horizontal guide type Go Bulldogs in 36 point, Arial Black and make the tracking 200.







Wednesday 8/21, Thursday 8/22
1
Copy the blue words:
A typographer uses type to make art. A  typographer is concerned with the aesthetic quality of type.
font
point size. A point is 1/72 of an inch.
leading
tracking
The seven elements of art are:

  • line
  • shape
  • form
  • space
  • value
  • color
  • texture


2
Type: Introduce the character window.

3
Make Wormy Guy and add your name.  Submit as last-first-worm-8-21


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Tuesday 8/20
Copy the blue words

1. Copy the blue words.
What are the parts of a Photo Shop project that move independently? Layers.

What is the tool that provides rotate change in location and size ?  Free Transform

List the seven elements of art: line, shape, form, space, value, color, texture.

2. (Free Transform tool)
Make a simple stick figure using the free transform tool.

3. (Layers)
Make Wormy Guy using shapes on seperate layers.



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FRIDAY 8/16, Monday 8/19

Write: Copy the blue words.
Officially known as Adobe Systems, the company is known for its multimedia and creativity software products. Popular products include Photoshop, Acrobat Reader, and Adobe Creative Cloud.

Headquartered in San Jose, California, the company was founded in 1982. 
Adobe Illustrator was the company’s first consumer product, which was a vector-based drawing program for Mac.

1. What are the parts of a Photo Shop project that move independently? Layers.

2. List the seven elements of art: line, shape, form, space, value, color, texture.

Demo:
• layers
• Free transform tool

Make Smiley 

Make Stick man/ woman

Turn your work into your Goog drive as last-first-smiley-8-16 and last-first-stick-man-8-16

-Stop Here-


Wednesday 8/14

FOR TODAY
• Get to know you form

• folders, Name tag.

• Go to techart.city

• Photoshop: make smiley 1 upload to goog drive as 8-14-smiley 1.

• Make smiley 2 upload to goog drive as 8-14-smiley 2.

• Share work: all class - Slide show.

• Keep your seat till the bell rings.

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