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9th Grade Photography Project "THE ZOO" by Mind Map: 9th Grade Photography Project
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9th Grade Photography Project "THE ZOO"



The Zoo


Hand in a series of 5 photographs by 01/15/2014

Choose a thread

Examples, Animal families, Children interacting with animals, Water fun, Animal faces, Close-ups, On skin, fur, scales etc., Animal babies

Present your idea in class, Make sure no one else picked the same thread


Hand your photographs over as 20x30cm prints

We will mount them on PVC boards together and add suspension attachments, Please bring $ 6,50 so I can buy all the materials we'll need

Due date: 15.01.2014

All photographs must be original works


Exhibition at the Zoo's visitor centre


Stunning animal portraits

National Geographic

One Big Photo


Use natural light whenever you can. Shadows can be problematic during lunch time - mornings and late afternoons are usually better

Take a tripod for low light situations (at night, inside etc.)

Use RAW (="digital negative") instead of JPG

Download a RAW converter, Edit the RAW file, then save as JPG or TIFF for printing

Have your photos printed at the store across from school to get a special student discount

Students' Q & A

If you have any questions, please put them here so me or one of your classmates can provide an answer. Don't remove resolved questions - others might be looking for similar information.

What's the maximum number of photographs a series can feature?

There shouldn't be more than 10 photographs per series

Can I buy wooden frames for my photographs instead?

No, we'd like to create a homogeneous look for the exhibition