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  • Writer's pictureNicole Pollard

April 8th- Face Cube Creation

  1. Spitball- Eclipse

  2. Face Cube Creation Tutorial Download the images in Schoology under the "Face Cube Creation" Tutorial.

  3. Face Cube Creation Shooting This week we'll focus on shooting in manual mode and adjusting our settings to take a correctly exposed photograph. You'll also practice shooting one object from different angles, beginning with shooting the face of a classmate. (You may also take a self portrait.) Shooting objects from a variety of angles and perspectives in photography is crucial for several reasons, each contributing to the creation of more engaging, dynamic, and informative images. Firstly, different angles can dramatically alter the story or emotion a photograph conveys. A low-angle shot, for example, can make a subject look powerful or imposing, while a high-angle shot might make the same subject appear vulnerable or small. This ability to influence perception allows photographers to communicate more effectively and to evoke specific responses from their audience. Secondly, exploring various perspectives can reveal details and aspects of the subject that might not be visible from a single viewpoint. This is particularly important in fields like product photography, where showing the texture, function, or quality of an item can influence consumer behavior. Similarly, in nature and architectural photography, capturing different angles can uncover hidden patterns, textures, and relationships between elements in the scene, adding layers of depth and meaning to the photograph. Lastly, experimenting with different angles encourages creativity and can lead to unique, eye-catching images that stand out in a saturated visual world. It pushes photographers to think outside the box, to play with composition, and to experiment with light and shadow in ways they might not have considered from a conventional viewpoint. This not only enhances the aesthetic appeal of their work but also contributes to their development as artists, challenging them to continually refine their vision and technique. In essence, the practice of shooting from multiple perspectives is a fundamental aspect of photographic exploration, enabling both the discovery of the world in unexpected ways and the expression of nuanced, compelling narratives through imagery.

3. Multiplicity Edit

Please check that you have turned in your multiplicity project, planner, and reflection. The project is due tomorrow.

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