Class hours: 9:40 – 2:05
- Tumultuous Tuesday – Check the Schedule on the board as today is Tuesday.
- Physics again today. Go to class immediately from break. When class is over, you will head to lunch.
- If you have an EHS class: Austin, Jamie, Davin, Isaiah – you will not be returning to CAWD2 after lunch!
9:40 Attendance & Article
9:45 FTP Folders 1 More Time!
Your FTP (File Transfer Protocol) Folders are all set on the Server
- Open CyberDuck
- Server: cawdvt.org
- Username: in your email@example.com
- Password: in your email
Create a week 1, week 2 and week 3 folder
Upload work that is due for today in your Week 2 Folder
10:00 am College Readiness with Ms. Charron
10:45 Break (15 Minutes)
11:00 – 11:50 Physics – Second Day – Room m117
Class meets in room m117 at 11am. Go to class immediately from break. When class is over, you will head to lunch.
11:50 Lunch (30 Minutes)
12:20 – 12:45 Literacy in Focus
Grab your book and chill. We’ll be reading today. No computers, no talking. Sit on the couch if you like or move your chair.
12:45 Abstract Photography Project
Photography has the power to isolate a fragment of a composition and turn it into art and to freeze shapes and images to take on new meaning far different from their original intent.
The easiest approach to abstract photography is the close up shot. Close-ups remove the context of what is in the viewfinder as well as emphasizes the texture and graphic elements.
Focal Length is also important. We’ll continue to shoot in Aperture Priority mode.
Remember, in Aperture Priority mode, you have control over the Focal Length which is referred as the lense field of view.
A small f-stop number (f2) means a small depth of field and large f-stop number (f22) means a large depth of field.,
Because we are shooting close up in most cases, a large depth of field (large f-stop number) is not necessary. However, testing out longer focal length may provide some good effects.
Activity, we’ll head out as a group to the front courtyard. Find and shoot at least 12 abstracts. Select your favorite 5. Create a Google Slide show with your images. 1 Image per slide.
Turn entire slideshow into PDF. Filename:Abstract_Lastname