Final Portfolio

Due Tomorrow:

Senior week schedule:

Monday 6/3 – Regular Schedule

  • Seniors – full day schedule
  • Grad tickets available before school, both lunches and after school

Tuesday 6/4 – Regular Schedule

  • Seniors – full day schedule (finals in periods 4-6)
  • Grad tickets available before school, both lunches and after school

Wednesday 6/5 – Moving-Up Assembly Schedule (see attachment)

  • Senior finals in periods 1-3 and excused periods 4-6 for assembly rehearsal
  • Seniors must clear any deficiencies by 1 pm for alpha order.
  • Moving Up Assembly 2:05 – 3:05
  • Senior BBQ 3:40 outside of den if the weather cooperates, inside the den if not.
  • Devices due for Seniors
  • Grad tickets available before school, both lunches and after school

Thursday 6/6 

  • Seniors Breakfast 9am at Beaches Restaurant. Tickets on sale in the activities office. Tickets will not be sold at the door
  • MANDATORY Graduation Rehearsal 12:15 – 2:30 at McKenzie Stadium. A bus will be available – seniors can sign-up to ride the bus in the main office
  • Grad tickets available before school, both lunches and after school

Friday 6/7

  • Senior walkthrough at feeder elementary
  • Grad tickets available before school, both lunches and after school.

Saturday 6/8

  • Graduation 4 pm at McKenzie Stadium. Seniors report to Heritage by 1:30 pm
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Your Favorite Teacher

Vote for your favorite images:

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Fast Shutter

Multi-Image self-portrait

Candid photography

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Album cover

 

Final Portfolio instructions

Make a portrait of your favorite teacher. Consider all the possibilities as you go through the process of preparing. What time of day will you make your picture? Will you use window light or another type of lighting to enhance your portrait. How about the location? In their classroom or somewhere interesting you find at Heritage?

Edit and post your best portrait to your visual journal and write a 3 paragraph reflection explaining why you admire this teacher. Give details and reasons, as well as examples as to why you chose this teacher.

 

 

 

Pre-production:

Open your visual journals and describe how you will begin. Write about what research and resources you need to succeed. Sketch out ideas or add imagery that inspires you. Plan out your week and describe what you need to do each day this week to meet your deadline.

Once you have reflected, planned, sketched and researched turn in your visual journal link.

Final production:

Turn in a teacher portrait by the end of class Monday, June 3. Name your final image lastname_teacher.jpg

 

Your Favorite Teacher

Announcement:

For students who want to save your digital files from the ESD Google server to your personal server, I have added instructions under the resources tab at our Google classroom. The document is named Google Takeout Transfer.

Final Portfolio instructions

Make a portrait of your favorite teacher. Consider all the possibilities as you go through the process of preparing. What time of day will you make your picture? Will you use window light or another type of lighting to enhance your portrait. How about the location? In their classroom or somewhere interesting you find at Heritage?

Edit and post your best portrait to your visual journal and write a 3 paragraph reflection explaining why you admire this teacher. Give details and reasons, as well as examples as to why you chose this teacher.

 

 

Pre-production:

Open your visual journals and describe how you will begin. Write about what research and resources you need to succeed. Sketch out ideas or add imagery that inspires you. Plan out your week and describe what you need to do each day this week to meet your deadline.

Once you have reflected, planned, sketched and researched turn in your visual journal link.

Final production:

Turn in a teacher portrait by the end of class Monday, June 3. Name your final image lastname_teacher.jpg

 

Your Favorite Teacher

Announcement:

For students who want to save your digital files from the ESD Google server to your personal server, I have added instructions under the resources tab at our Google classroom. The document is named Google Takeout Transfer.

Final Portfolio instructions

Make a portrait of your favorite teacher. Consider all the possibilities as you go through the process of preparing. What time of day will you make your picture? Will you use window light or another type of lighting to enhance your portrait. How about the location? In their classroom or somewhere interesting you find at Heritage?

Edit and post your best portrait to your visual journal and write a 3 paragraph reflection explaining why you admire this teacher. Give details and reasons, as well as examples as to why you chose this teacher.

 

 

Pre-production:

Open your visual journals and describe how you will begin. Write about what research and resources you need to succeed. Sketch out ideas or add imagery that inspires you. Plan out your week and describe what you need to do each day this week to meet your deadline.

Once you have reflected, planned, sketched and researched turn in your visual journal link.

Final production:

Turn in a teacher portrait by the end of class Monday, June 3. Name your final image lastname_teacher.jpg

 

Your Favorite Teacher

Announcement:

Please take a moment to respond to the 18-19 CCTE High School Exit Survey 2nd Semester. The survey link can be found at the Google classroom under the resources section.

Final Portfolio instructions

Make a portrait of your favorite teacher. Consider all the possibilities as you go through the process of preparing. What time of day will you make your picture? Will you use window light or another type of lighting to enhance your portrait. How about the location? In their classroom or somewhere interesting you find at Heritage?

Edit and post your best portrait to your visual journal and write a 3 paragraph reflection explaining why you admire this teacher. Give details and reasons, as well as examples as to why you chose this teacher.

 

Pre-production:

Open your visual journals and describe how you will begin. Write about what research and resources you need to succeed. Sketch out ideas or add imagery that inspires you. Plan out your week and describe what you need to do each day this week to meet your deadline.

Once you have reflected, planned, sketched and researched turn in your visual journal link.

Final production:

Turn in a teacher portrait by the end of class Monday, June 3. Name your final image lastname_teacher.jpg

 

Your Favorite Teacher

Final Portfolio instructions

Make a portrait of your favorite teacher. Consider all the possibilities as you go through the process of preparing. What time of day will you make your picture? Will you use window light or another type of lighting to enhance your portrait. How about the location? In their classroom or somewhere interesting you find at Heritage?

Edit and post your best portrait to your visual journal and write a 3 paragraph reflection explaining why you admire this teacher. Give details and reasons, as well as examples as to why you chose this teacher.

Pre-production:

Open your visual journals and describe how you will begin. Write about what research and resources you need to succeed. Sketch out ideas or add imagery that inspires you. Plan out your week and describe what you need to do each day this week to meet your deadline.

Once you have reflected, planned, sketched and researched turn in your visual journal link.

Final production:

Turn in a teacher portrait by the end of class Monday, June 3. Name your final image lastname_teacher.jpg

 

2-Week Photo Challenge

Add a link to your visual journal to the Google classroom assignment. Make sure to copy the link after you click on the visit your visual journal site.

Pace yourself and use good time management as you work on four photography challenges over the course of two weeks.

1. RE-CREATE A PHOTO

Look for a photograph online which you would like to re-create. Analyze the original photo for composition and lighting and re-create the photo as closely as you can. Include an original photo in your post. Sample below.

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2. MIRROR IMAGE

Photograph an interesting photo with lots of lines. Put the edited photo in a new document and make a copy of the image to flip to make mirror imagery. Either 2 or 4 images would work for the mirror image. Post to blog.

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Here’s how they did it!

3. POETRY AND YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY

  1. Take a new photo for this assignment or use one of your existing edited photos.
  2. Make a new document 11×14 or 14×11 @ 300 res
  3. Move your photo into your new document and size to fit.
  4. Add a quote, poetry, song lyrics or your own words to your edited image
  5. Post to your blog

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4. BODY, SHAPE, FORM

Photograph a part of the body, or something, which shows shape and form. Think about getting great QUALITY OF LIGHT and make your composition a strong one. In the caption section of your image write 10 words to describe your image.

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