3 sessions; 60 minutes per session
Using Pop Art as their inspiration, students will transform their photo model(s) into a physical Pop Art figure and capture a series of Pop Portraits using their DSLR Rebel cameras.
DSLR Canon Rebel T7 or T6
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-Students will use stage make-up and eyeliner to physically transform their photo model into a Pop Art figure.
-With their model prepared, students will direct and photograph their model in a series of poses.
In taking their photos, students should remember:
-Use good angles, try getting up close and getting full body shots. Be creative!
-Pay close attention to COMPOSITION. Remember the rule of thirds, leaders, dominant lines, pattern, texture, shallow or great depth of field
-Consider the impact of lighting. If you shoot indoors, use a higher ISO and get near a window. Maximize the amount of available light.
-Be creative about how you shoot people. Think beyond the standard portrait.
-Be careful of background and clothing choices, everything should be intentional.
Keith Haring, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol
Color/Value, Emphasis, Rhythm/Pattern, Unity/Harmony
Acrylic, Digital, Photography