Fig. 1: Photog-Ib-front
Fig. 2: Photog-Ib-reverse
Name: Photography 38mm 1993 - 95
Product Id: Photog-Ib
Collector Rating: 1
Description: 
  • Size: 38mm
  • Embroidery: Rayon thread
  • Edge: Merrowed edge
  • Back: Molded Plastic

Requirements August 1982 until September 1993

1. Tell what makes a good picture. Show your understanding of these as you take pictures for requirement 2.

2. Do the following:

(a) Take pictures illustrating at least eight of the following picture-taking techniques. Use comparisons to illustrate your points.

(1) Camera steadiness.
(2) Rule of thirds.
(3) Level horizon.
(4) Moving in close_-fill the frame.
(5) Framing.
(6) Direction of light_-front, side, and backlighting.
(7) Quality of light_-flat light, bright sunlight and time of day.
(8) Point of view_-eye level, high and low angle.
(9) Leading lines.
(10) Flash_-proper range and reflective surfaces.

(b) Do one of the following, utilizing techniques of planning a photo report. Start with planning cards; then do your photography and editing, and complete the requirement by presenting your report in an organized manner to your counselor.

(1) Expose a roll of print film and select 5 to 10 good pictures for your picture story. Mount the pictures on a large art board or in a photo album.
(2) Expose 50 feet of movie film and edit it to at least 25 feet of quality movies that tell your story.
(3) Expose a roll of slide film and select 10 or more good slides to tell your story.

3. Explain how photographic film is processed and tell how black-and-white prints are made, or process and print your own pictures and show your counselor, explaining the steps you took.

4. Do the following:

(a) Explain to your counselor the basic parts common to all cameras using a diagram you prepared.
(b) Explain common photographic terms such as lens, shutter, viewfinder, camera angle, exposure, negative, transparency, f/number, and planning card.

5. Describe jobs in photography.

 

Requirements September 1993 until June 1994.

1. Tell what makes a good picture. Show your understanding of these as you take pictures for requirement 2.

2. Do the following:

(a) Take pictures illustrating at least eight of the following picture-taking techniques. Use comparisons to illustrate your points.

(1) Camera steadiness.
(2) Rule of thirds.
(3) Level horizon.
(4) Moving in close_-fill the frame.
(5) Framing.
(6) Direction of light_-front, side, and backlighting.
(7) Quality of light_-flat light, bright sunlight, and time of day.
(8) Point of view_-eye level, high and low angle.
(9) Use of leading lines.
(10) Flash_-proper range and reflective surfaces.

(b) Do one of the following, utilizing techniques of planning a photo report. Start with planning cards; then do your photography and editing, and complete the requirement by presenting your report in an organized manner to your counselor.

(1) Expose a roll of print film and select 5 to 10 good pictures for your picture story. Mount the pictures on a large art board or in a photo album.
(2) Expose 50 feet of movie film and edit it to at least 25 feet of quality movies that tell your story.
(3) Expose a roll of slide film and select 10 or more good slides to tell your story.

3. Explain how photographic film is processed and tell how black-and-white prints are made, or process and print your own pictures and show your counselor, explaining the steps you took.

4. Do the following:

(a) Explain to your counselor the basic parts common to all cameras using a diagram you prepared.
(b) Explain common photographic terms such as lens, shutter, viewfinder, camera angle, exposure, negative, transparency, f-number, and planning card.

5. Describe jobs in photography.

 

Requirements June 1994 until January 2006

1. Tell what makes a good picture. Show your understanding of these as you take pictures for requirement 2.

2. Do the following:

(a) Take pictures illustrating at least eight of the following picture-taking techniques. Use comparisons to illustrate your points.

(1) Camera steadiness.
(2) Rule of thirds.
(3) Level horizon.
(4) Moving in close_-fill the frame.
(5) Framing.
(6) Direction of light_-front, side, and backlighting.
(7) Quality of light_-flat light, bright sunlight, and time of day.
(8) Point of view_-eye level, high and low angle.
(9) Use of leading lines.
(10) Flash_-proper range and reflective surfaces.

(b) Do one of the following, utilizing techniques of planning a photo report. Start with planning cards; then do your photography and editing, and complete the requirement by presenting your report in an organized manner to your counselor.

(1) Expose a roll of print film and select 5 to 10 good pictures for your picture story. Mount the pictures on a large art board or in a photo album.
(2) Expose a roll of slide film and select 10 or more good slides to tell your story.

3. Explain how photographic film is processed and tell how black-and-white prints are made, or process and print your own pictures and show your counselor, explaining the steps you took.

4. Do the following:

(a) Explain to your counselor the basic parts common to all cameras using a diagram you prepared.
(b) Explain common photographic terms such as lens, shutter, viewfinder, camera angle, exposure, negative, transparency, f-number, and planning card.

5. Describe jobs in photography.