Students explore the aesthetic foundations of art making using beginning photography techniques. This course may include, but is not limited to, color and/or black and white photography via digital media and/or traditional photography. Students become familiar with the basic mechanics of a camera, including lens and shutter operation, compositional foundations, printing an image for display, and evaluating a successful print. Student photographers may use a variety of media and materials, such as 35mm black and white film, single lens reflex camera, digital camera, darkroom, computer application, filters, various papers, digital output, photogram, cyanotypes, Sabatier effect, and pinhole photography. Craftsmanship and quality are reflected in the surface of the prints and the care of the materials. Photographers use an art criticism process to evaluate, explain, and measure artistic growth in personal or group works. This course incorporates hands-on activities and consumption of art materials.
Link here to learn more about the Creative Photography Class : Welcome To Creative Photography
Link here to view the UF Play Photography Project : UF
Students go to CANVAS to access class resources and curriculum.
If a student has issues with their Chromebook, they can fill out a Help Ticket request. The technology department will contact them during school hours to resolve the issue.
Campus Health – COVID-19
For information regarding P.K. Yonge’s COVID-19 Campus response and links to updates, visit Campus Health – COVID-19.
Supporting Students Learning from Home
For suggestions for families as they work with students spending extended periods off campus, visit Supporting Students Learning from Home. Families can also create a Canvas family account to help support student learning. Families use this Canvas link to find Canvas | Creating Family Accounts – Instructions and a link to log in.