CUBISM PHOTO MONTAGE
For this project you will take several photographs of one scene to create one large photograph. You will need to plan for good composition. You need to think about how to position your subject in the photograph and how the overall photograph will look.
Digital (Option 1)
1. Compose a photo with a strong center of interest. Since you are taking a wide area try to find an interesting main subject
2. Take at least 20 photos of the same subject, change your position or camera angle slightly for each shot.
3. Place the pictures into an InDesign document crop them into small squares
4. Create more copies by dragging them while holding down the ‘ALT’ key
5. Arrange them so that they make one combined scene/photograph
6. Hand in your final photo and answer these questions
a. What was your first idea of your cubism photograph?
b. What were some of your challenges in putting the photographs together?
c. How did you overcome/solve these obstacles?
Hands on (Option 2)
1. Compose a photo with a strong center of interest.
Since you are taking a wide area try to find an interesting main subject
2. Take 10 shots of the same subject of your choice, but take at different angles
3. Print several copies of your favourite shots (Ask a teacher to print out your photos)
4. Cut out your photos into squares and rectangles in different sizes
5. Glue your cut out onto a paper
6. Hand in your final work and answer the questions from #6 above
Example (in progress):
Number of images, focus, quality of originals
GRADE 11 & 12: Response & Critique:
Ask one of your classmates to look at your image and respond to the questions below.
Record their answers and see if you want to make any changes to your image:
- Is the image constructed from even squares?
- Does the image look convincing?
- What would make the image better?
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