January 9th/10th- Ansel Adams & Contrast
Updated: Jan 10
Scan the QR code or click the link to upload your favorite photo taken during the last three weeks of Winter Break.
2. Cleaning up your Chrome Books
Delete files you don't need from your Chromebook. Remember that you can move files to Google Drive if you want more space. Type in jpg in the search bar, and delete anything you have already stored in MyAlbum and Google Drive.
Clear your browsing history-
On your computer, open Chrome.
At the top right, click More .
Click History. History.
On the left, click Clear browsing data.
Select how much history you want to delete. To clear everything, select All time.
Check the boxes for the info you want Chrome to clear, including Browsing history. ...
Click Clear data.
Empty your trash and RESTART YOUR CHROMEBOOK!
3. Spitball- Ansel Adams
4. Ansel Adams Assignment in Schoology
Watch the video located in the Spitball assignment on Ansel Adams. Complete the Google Form as you watch. Take it as many times as you need to in order to get a perfect score (9 points).
5. Dodge and Burn Edits
Download the four photos located in Schoology under the assignment "Dodge and Burn Edits." During this edit, we'll be lightening (dodge) and darkening (burn) aspects of this image in black and white, similar to an Ansel Adams image. You'll need to understand these three terms:
Highlights: Lighter tones within an image
Mid-tones: Tones that fall between highlights and shadows.
Shadows: Darker tones within an image.
Contrast: Contrast is the range of brightness, from lightest to darkest, in an image. A high-contrast image will have very bright highlights and very dark shadows. Sometimes an image's highlights may be almost pure white, or the shadows may be almost pure black: high contrast.
6. Blooket (If time allows)