Tuesday, 23 November 2010

week 3-Cameras and functions and controls theory and practical

Cameras and functions and controls theory and practical session to underpin learning.
Overview/recap of cameras:- classifications & controls, multi function modes default auto settings , benefits of full manual controls.
Lens based theory (mm) and practical along with light / lens practical (wide angle – telephoto).
Colour temperature / light source theory and applications.
To allow evidence of principles through own practical session and photography. Recording of technical data to aid successful outcomes.

Power point on depth of field and F stops to under pin learning / shutter speeds / ISO settings. Continued work in this area, studio or location practical session to test theories.

Review of any homework given over half term and photographs done.

Participation in group discussion, listening, observing, note-taking, asking answering questions
Continued photography and research and blog entries / tracking of criteria / labelling blogs.
(ECM 3.4)

Websites to list,
Cameras / computers /software /cables and fully equipped studio / lighting.
White board/data projector
C&G qualification documentation range of cameras handouts sample images (prints or data projector).
Criteria based system tracked via labels on each blog entry.
The learners are encouraged to take control of their own learning and have a mechanism in place to enable self assessment
(ECM 4.4, 3.5)

Group verbal, individual verbal instant feedback, written feedback
The comments that are made to students are evidenced in the blogger posts live in each one to one visit.
This is to ensure that all verbal / written advice and guidance is evidenced on each student’s blog website to aid reflective practice and improve grade attainment.

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