Thursday, June 21, 2007

Exporting and sending Slideshow

Export your slideshow from IPhoto. File Export or share slideshow. Select highest quality or large file. Save to your movies folder.

Adjust Permissions on your Quicktime (slideshow) file.
Select your music video file. Control-click on the file in your movies folder and select get info'. Please click on the down arrow at the bottom of the file and make sure that everything under details and ownerships and permissions is set to 'read-write'. All four sections need to be changed.

Next, log onto to and drop it in the period (3,5,6) folder.

Login as registered user

Select SC Video classes.

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Slideshow Requirements

Ken Burns effect on all pictures. Use a variety of styles.
40-60 pictures
Music (1-3 songs)
fade in and fade out
audio fade in and out
Title at beginning
Titles for ten selected pictures

Around 4:00 long

Sunday, June 10, 2007

This week

Hi eveveryone. Since I was not at school Thursday or Friday I am going to give everyone one extra day to work on their projects. You can use the 25 minutes tomorrow to make any finishing touches necessary for your projects. You can also work after school for 30 minutes also.

Period 6: Projects are due Tuesday.
Periods 3 and 5: Projects are due Wednesday.

Focus hard on writing a thorough reflection paper and don't forget to include all manipulations and camera techniques for each picture.

I owe each of you a few pictures printed and I will get to that this week as well.

I hope this extension helps you. There will not be any more extensions given. Please don't even ask.

Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Directions For Folders Etc.

Today in Photography:

1. Create a new folder (not album) in IPhoto. Entitle it Final Project.
2. Create new albums for each one of your final projects locations. Drag your photos into these specific albums.
3. Drag these albums into the Final Project folder.
4. Begin adjusting your pictures. Focus on brightness/contrast, exposure, color balance, curves, lighting effects, blurring, and channel mixer.
• Note: You can turn in grayscale and color photos. You can also turn in combinations. You can also create Photomerges, and Selective focus pictures.
5. Select your main photo for your features photo.
6. Resize other pictures to 3*5 and 4*6.

A good final project will showcase a variety of subjects shot from a variety of angles. A good final project will also showcase multiples effects and adjustments created in Photoshop.

Monday, June 04, 2007