A Day in the Life of You! Extended Version! Documentary Photography With iPhones
Observe life as a documentary photographer - use leading lines, shape and color to improve your photo skills with more time than previous sections, then document a day in your life that you'll share as a visual story-snippets of your life.
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Once per week
over 11 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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Pretend you've been hired by a magazine to create a photo story that documents a day in the life of someone your age. (You!) Morning to night. A day in your life might be very different than another student's and in some ways, it might be very similar. As a documentary photographer, what will you choose to photograph and how will you make viewers want to look longer at your photo story? In this extended 12 class version of the original 3-day course, we'll have more time to dig into practicing...
- How to see and compose photos with more attention to detail. - How to use the elements of art and principles of design to help their photos have more impact. - Analyze photographs using photographic terms - Basic editing skills - Practice with creating a visual story with a beginning, middle and end
I've been teaching photography to various ages over the last ten years and with over twenty years of professional photography experience, I'll share photographs from actual magazine assignments with fun anecdotes about what it took to get the shots. Feel free to visit my website: www.suehudelson.com I'm happy to answer questions if you message me through Outschool. ++ Similar to learning a new language, an instrument, or a sport, to improve one's photography skills takes practice. It takes both technical thought and flexing creative muscles. I'd love to guide your learner to their next level.
- Each week students will create images showing the elements or principles we covered in class the previous week. - They choose the day they want to document their Day in the Life photos, which needs to happen between class 10 and 11.
- An iPhone or iPad are great for this class - especially for beginners. - If a student already knows how to use a DSLR and how to transfer photos to the computer, and edit them - then they can use a DSLR. - Both of the apps listed (Padlet and Snapseed) are free. Students will receive a link to Padlet during class. We post photos to share on Padlet. - Snapseed is a photo editing app and is not mandatory. I suggest it as an excellent alternative to the photo editing app that comes with the phones. Snapseed is free. - I highly recommend printing out the Charts pdfs that are available in this class's Outschool Classroom. They are helpful guides for the learners.
- Teacher, classmates, and self-assess.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
- PDF files will be available as links in the Outschool classroom. Charts for the elements of art and principles of design along with charts to help them organize their Day in the Life photoshoot. - Instruction is shown through Google Slides and a pdf of the slides will be posted after each class. Students can review them if they'd like.
Professional Photographer and Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
18 total reviews
34 completed classes
Greetings! I'm excited to share my photography knowledge and diverse professional photography experience with students in Outschool. My passion for creating images has not waned since I took my first photo class in 4th grade summer school. Since...