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unit 33 lens based image making

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Transcript of unit 33 lens based image making

Bell Work
Consider the following question when watching the video............
How does this video
make you feel?
Lesson Objective
The Big Picture


Starting point
Amnesty Youth Awards
Young Human Rights Photographer
The Young Human Rights Photographer Award encourages young people to look creatively at the world around them and take a photograph that portrays a human rights issue that they are passionate about. We are looking for photos that capture moments, convey meaning and make the viewer care.
unit 33 lens based image making
The Big Picture
This is a Croatian campaign against domestic abuse. If you are or you know someone victim of domestic abuse, you need to do something… no one can help you if you don’t help yourself by talking about it! Please share with others to help raise awareness.

Young YouTuber and British film student Rebecca Brown photographed her face everyday for 6 and a half years, from the ages of 14-21.

Brown suffers from trichotillomania, which is the uncontrollable compulsion to pull out your own hair and anxiety disorder.

To produce a image relating to a Human Rights Issue
To demonstrate your ability to work in a team environment -You will be working in groups of three or four
….print and scribble your way to Outstanding!

along the way….

Objectives

R.McGill 2012 - @TeacherToolkit

Teacher Led or Student Led?

Teacher Led or Student Led?

Teacher Led or Student Led?

Teacher Led or Student Led?

Learning
Episodes

A f L

Differentiation

Stickability!

Engagement?

The BIG picture?

The 5 minute Lesson Plan

PLTS TW
PREPARE FOR LEARNING
unit 33 Lens Based Image Making
To Consider your prior learning and acting knowledge to best demonstrate your issue
Construct
Presenting new information
Success Criteria
Consider the following to produce a successful image
The Formal elements in the image -
line, shape,tone, colour, form , pattern, composition.. including layout and framing.
Your posture and expression
A person's self-image is the mental picture, generally of a kind that is quite resistant to change, that depicts not only details that are potentially available to objective investigation by others (height, weight, hair color, gender, I.Q. score, etc.), but also items that have been learned by that person about himself or herself, either from personal experiences or by internalizing the judgments of others. A simple definition of a person's self-image is their answer to the question "What do you believe people think about you?".

“Anti Bullying Week 2012 will take place from 19th to 23rd November, and will focus on how children and young people experience bullying because others see them as being “different”. The bullying might be motivated by their gender, the real or perceived sexual orientation, of they have a disability, where they come from, their religion, the colour of their skin, what they look like, if they’re particularly good at sport, or not, or a whole range of different things.”

Bullying


neil harrison photography
belfast photographer



Don McCullin, an internationally-regarded British photojournalist particularly recognised for his war photography and images of urban strife, examined the underside of society - the unemployed, downtrodden and the impoverished.

Don Mccullin

Poverty

Cristina Nunez

Cristina Nuñez began taking photographic self-portraits in private in 1988 to overcome self-esteem issues that led her to drug addiction during her teenage. This practice allowed her to shape her own emotions and to reveal her presence to the world. At the same time, through an uncompromising gaze at herself, she created a powerful instrument to project the plasticity of her identity. These images became a form of self-therapy through which Nuñez managed to get in touch with her Higher Self.

Self image

Domestic violence is a largely invisible crime. We usually only hear it muffled through walls, and we usually only see it manifested in the faded yellow and purple bruises of a woman who “walked into a wall” or “fell down the stairs.” It is rarely limited to one event, and it rarely stops. My project, “Shane and Maggie,” seeks to portray domestic abuse as a process, as opposed to a single incident, examining how a pattern of abuse develops and eventually crests, as well as its short- and long-term effects on victims, their families, and their abusers.

Shane and Maggie:
An Intimate Look at Domestic Violence
Sara Naomi Lewkowicz
2013 student winner

Domestic Violence

A person's self-image is the mental picture, generally of a kind that is quite resistant to change, that depicts not only details that are potentially available to objective investigation by others (height, weight, hair color, gender, I.Q. score, etc.), but also items that have been learned by that person about himself or herself, either from personal experiences or by internalizing the judgments of others. A simple definition of a person's self-image is their answer to the question "What do you believe people think about you?".

Tasks
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