Digital imaging devices are everywhere, and most households have several—digital cameras, smartphones with cameras, and GoPro action cameras. With the right techniques and software, today’s high-tech equipment can be used to create outstanding photographs or stunning digital imaging projects. This book allows any educator to teach digital photography/video and multimedia, regardless of previous experience with digital imaging, supplying tested and proven lesson plans, hands-on project ideas, and grading rubrics for a full-year course.
Ideal for middle school, high school, and community college teachers as well as public youth services librarians, particularly those embracing the makerspace movement, Teaching Digital Photography: The Ultimate Guide to ‘Tween and Teen Learning provides a detailed educational plan advising how to purchase equipment, set up a classroom or library area to be used for instruction, and instruct the students in the skills needed to become excellent digital photographers. The first half of the book focuses on establishing the class: the general philosophy, the classroom, and the equipment. Three chapters are dedicated to exploring the best ways to teach students the skills of photography, digital image improvement, and digital layout. The final sections of the book provide more than 20 digital layout projects and cover digital video production.
- Provides a full-year digital photography curriculum comprising more than 20 hands-on digital photography projects
- Supplies grading rubrics for every project
- Includes a CD-ROM containing sample photographs for student practice, detailed project plans, and grading rubrics
- Provides guidelines for buying digital cameras, computers, and software for your class as well as for establishing your classroom