Class hours: 10:05 – 2:45
Mr. Bohmann | firstname.lastname@example.org
10:05 Today’s Notes & Attendance
Today is Wacky Wednesday
- Public Issues (12:25pm – Finn, Xavier)
- English (12:55pm – Ariel, Philip, Finn, Xavier)
- Math (12:55pm – Brodey)
- CCV Lunch (Want One when you get back?) Don’t forget to fill out this form for lunch
- CVU Bus on Thursday has express stops in afternoon – if you need ride home, talk to your driver
- 10:30am T-Shirt Assembly Practice – Jerry and 11:35 MMAG Group meeting (Yopp Room)
- LTA Photography Assignment – Running out of color!
- Friday is Cultural Diversity Day – feel free to dress or accessorize as you set fit
- CAWD Sweatshirt Digital Design – November 1st – Voting – details in Classroom dropbox
10:10 Scrum Meeting and Horror Project Group Work Session
The Deliverables: (You know you are done when….)
- Title (your movie title is: Menace in the Mountains or The House on the Hill)
- Duration: 15 – 25 seconds
- Created in After Effects (you may also edit together in Premiere but not really necessary)
- Five Visual Effects (minimum)
- Two Text Effects (minimum)
- Sound / Sound FX (copyright free only)
- Scary, Creepy, Campy – convincing
- Trello board for team
- Digital Logo for your group in the opening sequence
- Defined Participant Roles (who is doing what) listed in Trello Board
- Rendered as .mp4
- Filename: HorrorMovie.mp4
You are in good shape if you watch and render your final. Remember, this is a first round of the deliverables. Did you hit all the deliverables? Update your Trello board.
We will watch these videos on Thursday. Don’t disappoint your investor!
11:00 Leading Lines in Photography
What Are Leading Lines in Photography?
Leading lines are lines that appear in a photograph that have been framed and positioned by the photographer to draw the viewer’s eye towards a specific point of interest. These lines often draw the viewer’s eye in a specific direction or towards a designated portion of the photograph.
4 Types of Leading Lines in Photography
Some of the categories of leading lines include:
Horizontal lines: Horizontal leading lines are often found in nature and landscape photography. Often used when shooting with a wide-angle lens.
Vertical lines: Vertical lines draw the eye up or down the composition and can be used to convey status within your picture. Vertical leading lines are often found in fashion photography and street photography.
Diagonal lines: Diagonal lines are used to create a sense of movement and change. If you’re working with a large depth of field, try experimenting with diagonal lines to accentuate the sense of depth in your image.
Converging lines: If there are converging lines present in your frame, it’s best practice to situate the subject of the image at the axis of these leading lines. A good example of this is Matt’s railroad track image below.
– QUICK READ (4 minutes)
New York Times Year in Pictures 2022 – can you see the compositional photography in the images?
11:15 Morning Photo Walk
About 30 minutes. Using manual mode we’ll head out to the front of the school and near the library. We are going to shoot some foliage and look for some leading lines to guide our compositions. Proper Exposure and in focus subject. So what f/stop would be good for in focus foreground and background?
Assignment / Deliverables:
When we return from our photo walk today:
- Look through your photos. Pick your best example. Edit as necessary (maybe you shot in RAW)
- Open in Photoshop and draw on the leading lines you captured.
- You will save two jpgs.
- One without the leading lines drawn in and one with the leading lines drawn in.
- You’ve done this correctly if your image has drawn leading lines visible on your image
Filename: LeadingLines_Lastname.jpg and LeadingLines2.jpg
This project is due by the end of the day today.
12:25 Independent Reading
1:00 Production Time and Guided Support
- Past Due work / support
- Leading Lines Photo
- CAWD Sweatshirt Digital Design
Dailies can be placed in the CAWD2 Dailies Folder on the CAWD2 Public Folders drive