Part I. Psychology Today Cover Assignment
- Come up with a concept cover for an issue of Psychology Today based on the topic of “dreams”.
- Find subject and location for shoot
- Compile and complete production docs (schedule, crew roster, estimate, shot list, equipment inventory and mock-up of photograph)
- Prepare for production presentation (DRM and PC)
- Using the editing techniques that I discussed today create an edit for this or another body of work and create a mini portfolio that can exist as printed image or a gallery selection on your website.
- On your blog, write about the process of creating an edit of these image as compared to what you have traditionally done in the past. How is this selection of images different?
- Reading Assignment: View at least 3 of these videos entitled Facing the Future.
- Write 3 multiple answer questions with the correct answer to the next class session.
Websites Mentioned in Class:
Recent articles on creativity published in Psychology Today which you can use as a launching pad for your concept cover.
Part I: Editorial Assignment
- Amend docs based on comments in class today (estimate, schedule, equipment list, etc)
- Shoot and edit images and submit 20 selects on USB disk w/delivery memo.
- Submit Project bible and include final invoice, delivery memo and project assessment. (DRM)
- Write a blog entry on a personal project of another photographer that would have loved to have done yourself. Explain the details of their project and why it resonated with you. Describe what your own dream personal project would be and why you would be th ideal person to do it. What’s standing in your way of doing it?.
- Write 3 multiple answer questions based on the article listed below. Include four possible answers and please indicate which is the correct answer.
- Print 24 4×6 prints of your body of work which captures the three word you chose to represent your work in the previous class. This can be work that you have included in your current portfolio, but can also include personal work or other bodies of work. The image should represent the type of work you want to do professionally. (Do not print any larger prints)