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Y10 Urban Landscapes Scheme of Work
Transcript of Y10 Urban Landscapes Scheme of Work
behind this frame! Double click to crop it if necessary Choose work that inspires you (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr You should have looked a range of artists and photographers to get inspiration for your own landscapes use the links or google the names you see here to get you started jem southam robin friend stephen shore alec soth alex varanese http://www.computerarts.co.uk/tutorials/master-fine-art-compositing http://www.computerarts.co.uk/tutorials/new-take-cityscape-collage keith hubacek http://seesawmagazine.com/southam_pages/southam_interview.html write up onto a sheet how it links into your own photographs that you propose to take tutorials evidence http://www.vimeo.com/9326538 Use these vids to help with the practical task in your project Make sure that you keep on top of your evidence- this is to show the examiner exactly what you have been doing Use prints screens to show how any Photoshop work has progessed. Paste these into a word processing program and use bullet points to write step by step how you created your masterpiece If you photograph anything be sure to include ALL of your photos on the design sheet- you will need to show which ones you have chosen and why. Some examples... Journey- use the camera to record a visual map around parts of the college. Try to take a range of close ups and long shots Use these practical task to kick start your projects create a series of 360 degree panaoramas. Then in photo shop auto blend the layers and you could even create a 3D shape out of your photos http://www.photographyserved.com/gallery/Silent-Noise/1859205 http://www.computerarts.co.uk/tutorials/create-abstract-world-textures http://www.zuttoworld.com/ http://www.theurbanlandscape.co.uk/select.html martin kennedy http://vimeo.com/31324749 Welcome back- today we are going to look at using Illustrator and Photoshop together. Before we start have a look at the links at decide if you you could use your images in this way. if not it is still a great way to experiment! http://www.alastairtemple.co.uk/ http://www.behance.net/gallery/Abstract-02/1456637 http://www.archann.net/ Next use this vimeo tutorial to add some geomettric flair to your landscapes. First lesson back after 1/2 term http://vimeo.com/7030411 Use these links to add artists research to your stop motion write up. Dont forget to take screen grabs of your work and keep all of the photos you have taken. http://vimeo.com/21839704 Take a look at these other examples stop motion, this lesson consider how you can improve or add to your film- perhaps you could add some text, some music or eevn some more action Once you have found a video you like put a few screen grabs into a word document and finish the sentances:
In this video I like...
It has helped me with my own work by... http://psd.tutsplus.com/tutorials/photo-effects-tutorials/create-an-out-of-bounds-fantasy-illustration/ http://www.thephotoargus.com/inspiration/40-superb-examples-of-panoramic-photography/ PANORAMA`S Checklist
At least 3 pages of artists research. explain how this has helped shape your work.
Your first joiner- made in photoshop.
Your artists that you found on photographyserved.com
ANY images taken for your interpretation of Urban Landscape- show which ones you chose and explain why.
Screen shots of any Photoshop work- with annotations.
Research of stop motion animation- use youtube if you need to find one.
The photos taken for your animation
Screen shots of you putting your animation together using movie maker.
A brief analysis of the whole project. What worked well and what would you change...