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Learning from National Geographic

Name ______________________

 

Pick an article in a copy of National Geographic, read the article and look at the included photos.

Title of article _____________________________________________________

Vol _______ No. ___ Month __________ Year _________

Author ____________________________

Photographer ____________________________

 

Summarize the article. What are at least 4 major points made in it?

 

 

Look at the accompanying photographs. Are subjects of the photographs specifically mentioned in the article? Or do they work independently, but along with, the article?

 

 

--------------------Now evaluate 3 photographs that accompany the article.----------------------

Sketch the image below

Describe the image:

 

What first catches your eye in this image?

 

What compositional techniques are used? (shape, repetition, pos/neg space, etc)

 

What are the active choices the photographer made? Describe the framing, distance, orientation, lighting, angles, etc.

 

What do you like best about the image?

 

What is something that this photo does that you would like to incorporate into your own photographs? How would you do that? Describe what you would do:

 

 

Sketch the image

Describe the image:

 

What first catches your eye in this image?

 

What compositional techniques are used? (shape, repetition, pos/neg space, etc)

 

What are the active choices the photographer made? Describe the framing, distance, orientation, lighting, angles, etc.

 

What do you like best about the image?

 

What is something that this photo does that you would like to incorporate into your own photographs? How would you do that? Describe what you would do:

 

Sketch the image

Describe the image:

 

What first catches your eye in this image?

 

What compositional techniques are used? (shape, repetition, pos/neg space, etc)

 

What are the active choices the photographer made? Describe the framing, distance, orientation, lighting, angles, etc.

 

What do you like best about the image?

 

What is something that this photo does that you would like to incorporate into your own photographs? How would you do that? Describe what you would do:

 

 

 

 

 

 
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