TGJ 4M – Fall 2019

September 25, 2019 – Intro to Video

Video safety – Article

Sarah Jones – Article

Essential Video techniques – Link

 

B-Roll Footage – Wiki

Mr. Darling’s Youtube channel – Here

 

Your task for today is to capture some video using at least 3 of the different techniques listed above under essential video techniques.

 

September 7, 2019 –

Today, students will print their first photos off. The grade 12 students are asked to produce the following :
(1) Produce one unedited photo, printed off using Adobe Indesign, and printed on 11×17 paper.
(2) Produce one photo with moderate to heavy edits – may take a fresh green screen photo if needed. When you have completed your edits, save the file as a .jpg, and print using adobe indesign.

When students are complete, they are to work in small groups and brainstorm the following statement :

describe and apply a variety of team-building strategies (e.g., cooperative discussion, collaboration strategies, conflict resolution strategies, motivational strategies, respect for the ideas of others);

As a group, decide : What is one strategy we could apply to make the strongest Communications Technology classroom team? If you have a strategy you strongly support, please email to paul.darling@k12.kpdsb.ca

Students are also to : Customize their flickr account byb changing the profile picture and the banner image on the main page.

September 6, 2019 –

By the end of today, you will :

Perform a photo edit which blends two photos together.

Perform a photo edit which involves creative use of 1 or more filter.

Perform a photo edit which involved a text layer, and layer effects applied to the text layer.

Perform a photo edit which involves distinct colour changing.

You may do these edits on 4 different photos, or you may do multiple edits on fewer photos.

Upload your finished work to an album on flickr named “September work”

September 5, 2019 –

Hi!  Welcome to Communications Technology.

Today, you will do the following :

Create a flickr account (or re-access your existing account)

Retrieve a photo from flickr.

Perform basic edits on the photo.

Upload the photo to your flickr account.

You may attempt to edit other photos.

When complete, you are to :

Send me an email to paul.darling@k12.kpdsb.ca

 

In this email, please include the following information :

How often you use email?

Do you use Social media?

What do you feel you consume more of, Television, Youtube or other (short phone videos)

 

You may make the subject of the email as “first email”