Students, take a picture of you measuring the tread of a car tire for a chance to win a scholarship that will pay for college. Click this link to submit your photo or follow these directions to tag your photo on social media. Good luck! https://www.cnn.com/2019/10/22/us/michelin-100000-college-tuition-trnd/?hpt=ob_blogfooterold
Hi, students. This project is due Thursday, October 17, 2019. Using last week's triptych technique, create a three-photo panel that tells a story. You must use photos that you yourself have taken within the past two years. Use image>canvas size to add white space below the triptych. Under each of the photos, use text to tell your story. Create two three-photo stories or combine two panels (total of six photos) to tell a longer story. Make it interesting--something everyone will want to read and view!
Click here for the Gates Scholarship (Minorities). SEPTEMBER 15, 2019 DEADLINE. Click here for the Questbridge Scholarship Program (family of four income less than $65,000/year). SEPTEMBER 26, 2019 DEADLINE. Our students have received these scholarships in years past. You can too!
Due Friday, August 30, 2019 . . . 5 photos reflecting your experiences at school at this time in your life. Make a new folder in your OneDrive labeled SIP 1. Be sure to crop the photos tightly and use Lightroom to adjust light levels. Add any other edits to make an attractive photo. Be prepared to caption this photo on a form I will provide next week.
Good morning, Bloodhounds. Pinhole photography is delayed until we can get our 15-foot high window recovered in the darkroom. Waiting on the return of our tall ladder that has disappeared. In the meantime, let’s forge ahead with the Elements of Art assignment. I will show exemplars during class, and you can click on the student art tab on my website to see samples from years past. Five photos—one each for line, shape, space, texture, and color— are due Tuesday, August 27, 2019 in your OneDrive account (AP Photo folder>Elements of Art).
Download the free Lightroom app on your cell phone to edit these photos. Make sure photos are straight, and crop out any distracting parts (noise). Use other features of Lightroom as you wish to create an interesting, attractive photo.
Students, upload your CSP Creative Task and Exploratory Task here.
Students, please click here to register for the AHS Anti-Bullying Project sponsored by The Hamptons Educational Foundation. After registering, begin working on your anti-bullying poster taking advantage of all the tools you are familiar with in Photoshop. Drop your 11" x 8.5" 180 resolution document into your OneDrive single assignment folder.
This is a space for answering student and reader questions, explaining techniques and assignments, and sharing thoughts on art and computer science-related subjects.
No personal electronic devices visible in the art classrooms. No headphones, earbuds, or headphones allowed. Art and computer science students are on task at all times.