Look at the images in this category and find a person who could be your friend.
Find a person who you are not familiar with, and would like to get to know.
Pick one person in a picture and describe their expression.
Share about a time you felt like that.
Look at all the other photos in this series.
Find an animal that was photographed outside. Then, find an animal that was photographed inside.
Describe the animal’s surroundings.
Describe the animal’s personality.
Imagine this image with a person instead of a creature.
Select your favorite image in this section and describe the colors in the image.
Describe the framing of the image.
Describe how the food is displayed.
Based on your observations, would you want to eat this food? Why or why not?
Close your eyes and think about your home.
Select an image and describe the home that is pictured. Look ALL around the frame.
Pick an image and imagine stepping into it…
Do you see anything man-made in the image?
Do you see any people in the image?
Photographers must be patient and take many photos before selecting the final one to share. They want to capture a “decisive moment,” one that captures a special moment or emotion.
Look at a few photos in this series. Describe the moment that is captured.
Describe the story of what’s happening in this series.
Browse the series in this section and jot down all the activities you see happening in the streets.
Pick one image. How do you think the scene would change…
Why do you think the photographer chose this specific time to take the photograph?
Close your eyes and think of a busy street or place you visit. When would be a good time to photograph it?
Share your perspective of The FENCE!
Find the following and take a picture of yourself with it. Tag #TheFENCE2018
Find a photo:
Notice the details. Zoom in and find these elements:
Take a portrait:
Take a portrait with your favorite person on The FENCE and tell us why you chose them!
Notice the details:
Who and what do you see in the image? Where and when do you think the image was taken?
What’s the story?
What do you think is happening in the photo?
How does it look?
What photo techniques stand out in the image? (color/angle/lighting)
What do you feel?
How does this image make you feel?
Where do you think it was published? Who is the audience?
A story or situation that a photographer is sent to cover.
A public display of artwork, such as in a museum or Photoville!
The person or topic depicted in a photograph or story.
A description of a photographerʼs purpose or approach.
The use of monochrome (black & white) or a spectrum of colors (dull, vibrant, etc.) to create mood, focus, and emphasis in an image.
The use of shadows and highlights to create mood, focus, and emphasis.
An image that represents a person or group of people.
A picture of a space or location, often with a wide perspective.
Image that focuses on a specific, close-up object.
A photograph of something or someone in motion.
The arrangement and inclusion/exclusion of different objects and elements in a photo.
The position from which a photo is taken (above, below, etc.)