Today we’ll discuss all things senior photos including when to shoot, how to watch the weather, where to shoot, and ideas for shooting. Your senior photoshoot is going to count for two summative grades.
Photos are due March 5th!
ONE senior only. 100+ photos.
Two outfits minimum!
Shoot ONE senior. Turn-in 100+ photos.
Here is a link to a senior portrait session I did two years ago. Spent 2 hours shooting. She changed clothes three times. Made sure to shoot during Golden Hour. Used a flash or reflector for some of the shots.
We’ll cover the rest of the information in class today.
Today you will be completing the Chapter 14 worksheet. When finished turn in to the substitute.
Poses. Using Pinterest. Evernote. Keep. Go through the interweb (internet people, internet) and find some poses to use for next week. The more you save the more options you’ll have when shooting next week.
Speaking of next week. You’ll be in groups of 3. THREE! Except for one group in each class, which will have 4 people. If you want to figure your groups today you might want to get a head start.
(Ran this by 7th period yesterday and they were all for it. So 1st period read carefully.)
PROFESSIONAL DRESSAlternative because next weeks studio portraits. I will take professional dress grades for all 4 days from Monday through Thursday next week. Then there will be NO professional dress the following three (3) weeks. Yes you read that right. Since you’ll be prepared for pics I’ll do the grades then.
Dress will not be just all dark like normal. Dress nice for photos each day, because you’ll be posing for pics each day. That means no holes, rips, etc. Not just t-shirts.
4 days. 4 dress for pics. 4 grades.No professional dress for 3 weeks. Got questions. Send me an email or remind message.