National Geographic Field Guide
By Peter K. Burian & Robert Caputo
“Essential Basics; Getting Started” pages 1-23
“Essential Basics; Camera’s & Lenses” pages 34-75
Study NPPA Code of Ethics
See Code of Ethics here.
“Make a self-portrait”
Make a self-portrait photo.
Photo should be a reflection of who you are, an example of self-expression.
Make a self-portrait photo that communicates something about who you are.
Be as creative and technically precise as you can be. Use self-timer, and tripod if necessary.
Figure out how to use your self-timer. DO NOT have someone else take the photo.
This photo should NOT be; a random snapshot, a head-shot or mugshot, old photo from the past, or hastily executed snap. This shoot should include forethought and planning.
Shoot more than one idea/take.
*Students must complete:
1. Select (1) best photo.
2. Caption photo in Photoshop (see caption instructions)
3. SLUG PHOTO AS FOLLOWS:
Last name space self.jpg
4. Place one jpg image in the “drop folder”
(Remember to save a copy for yourself to your folder)