“A photographer can bring coincidence of line simply by moving his head a fraction of a millimeter.
He can modify perspectives by a slight bending of the knees. By placing the camera closer to or farther from the subject,
he draws a detail – and it can be subordinated, or he can be tyrannized by it.”

---Henri Cartier-Bresson

Welcome to Photo Walking, also known as Outdoor Ed through the Lens of ART.
The class will be going outside rain or shine every day.  Please wear appropriate shoes and clothes.
     All call materials can be found on class OneNote.
     Period 1 OneNote
      Period 6 OneNote

Week of September 18-21 - 
Photography: Student will be learning about SPACE/PLACEMENT.  Assignments: Leading Line & Principle of 1/3s.
Learning targets:
1. Student will be able to place the subject of the photograph at the end of a Leading Line.
2. Student will be able to place the subject of the photograph at 1/3 lines from the edge of the frame and at 1/3 intersections.

Walking route:

  1. Pacific to 11th
  2. Right to the Bridge stairs (watch traffic)
  3. Up and down stairs until whole class arrives (own pace, or physical challenge work)
  4. Dock street back towards 1950 Pacific
  5. Up Museum of Glass (MOG) steps
  6. Across street to UW Steps
  7. Up and down stairs until whole class arrives (own pace, or physical challenge work)
  8. Back on Pacific to 1950 Pacific
  9. 2 miles
  10. Load Photos, Work on SMART goals, STEP Calendar

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