Goal: Working in a collaborative group, take turns shooting 35mm film with an SLR manual camera. Produce effective shots that address (1) composition, (2) proper exposure, (3) aperture priority & (4) shutter priority.
1. Each roll of film contains 36 exposures. Divide 36 by the number of students in the group to determine how many shots each student will take. 2. Students will carry a clipboard with them and document each shot taken. A description of the subject matter, aperture and shutter speed combination should be documented. 3. Students will be required to demonstrate a variety of techniques including: (1) Back lit Lighting, (2) Aperture Priority, and (3) Shutter Priority. 4. Once the group film has been shot, the next step will be to load and process film. Stay tuned for the next unit of instruction!!
Rubrics: 1. Student has successfully shot allocated film. 2. Students faithfully documented each shot taken on their clipboards. 3. Student has successfully shot mechanically sound negatives that are (1) properly exposed, (2) demonstrates aperture priority, (3) demonstrates shutter priority, (4) demonstrates back lit lighting.