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Learning objectives: By the end of this activity, you will be able to:
Review the shot types viewable via the links below. These links also appear on the main menu at left:
Create a folder for this activity within your class folder on your Desktop. Name the folder shot_types2 or something similar. You will be saving your shots to this folder.
Plan your shots using one of our shot list templates. Here is the simplest one.
Using a camera provided by your instructor, plan and take pictures using at least 10 different shot types. You can take your pictures of items in the classroom or each other. Please note that you must get permission from your subject to take their picture.
Using a usb cable or card reader, copy your pictures to the folder on your Desktop that you created in Step Two.
IMPORTANT: After you have copied your pictures to your Desktop, rename each picture with the name of the shot type used.
Upload the entire folder you created in Step Two to your class folder on Google Drive. This folder should now contain all the images you took for Step Three.
Get a shareable link for the folder you just uploaded to Google Drive and turn in that link on Google Classroom.
The best examples of different shot types will be printed and displayed in the hallway with students' permission. We'll talk about this in class.
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Remember, everyone must be working on this activity in some fashion as long as class time is being used for the activity.