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10 Rules of Photography




You will need to take 10 photographs that represent the following 10 Rules of Photography:
1.     Rule of Thirds
2.     2. Balancing Elements
3.     3. Leading Lines
4.     Viewpoints
5.     Background
6.     Symmetry and Patterns
7.     Depth
8.     Framing
9.     Cropping
10.  Experimentation

You may not use a photo more than once. Make sure you have a theme for your images. Make sure your images are NEW!

Checklist:
___ 10 Images.
___ Clear theme.
___ All 10 Rules of Photography are labeled using the text tool.
___ The text tool was used properly and the font matches the theme.
___ Composition is balanced.


STANDARDS
1- MEETS CRITERIA
2- MEETS MOST CRITERIA
3- MEETS LITTLE OR NO CRITERIA
POINTS
Student/ Teacher
PRODUCING/PERFORMING

ELEMENTS OF COMPOSITION

20 POINTS
20-16 Points
Photographs demonstrated  a strong understanding of placement and use of the elements of composition.
Student selected dynamic angles with consideration to their subject.
15-12 Points
Photographs demonstrates acequate understanding of the elements of composition.


12- 0 Points
Photographs demonstrate little or no understanding of the elements of composition.

Photos look more like snapshots with little consideration to angle or subject.









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PRODUCING/PERFORMING

CONTENT/ THEME/ ORIGINALITY

20 POINTS
20-16 Points
Photo clearly address the theme, topic or subject.

Tells a complete story related to topic or theme.

Thorough evidence or originality or creativity.
15-12 Points
Photos somewhat address the theme.

Tells a story related to designated topic.

Some evidence of originality or creativity in relation to the theme.
12- 0 Points
Student did not turn assignment.

Weak connection to the theme, subject or topic.

Vague story and limited evidence of originality and creativity.
         









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10 Rules

10 POINTS
10-8 Points
The title(s) reflect the photo(s).
7-6 Points
Titles do not match photos.

5-0 Points
T title(s) lack creativity or are missing.



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PRODUCING/PERFORMING

RESPONDING/REFLECTING


PERCIEVING/KNOWING


CRAFTSMANSHIP/ TECHNIQUES/ IMAGE QUALITY

50 POINTS
50-45 Points
Focus and depth of field all contribute to a powerful project. Image quality of the photographs is at its best.

Photo is focused as intended. All aspects of the assignment are complete.
44-38 Points
Focus and depth of field somewhat contribute to a powerful project.

Image quality of the photo(s) is limited.
Some but not all  aspects of the assignment are complete.

37-0 Points
Focus and depth of field do not contribute to a powerful product, slightly out of focus subject or no focus at all.

Image quality of the photo(s) is poor. Little if any aspects of the assignment were completed.












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TOTAL POINTS
EARNED

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