Interpret the environment through photography by finding alphabet characters in man made and natural objects.
Apply the rule of composition SIMPLIFY to find photographs of letters.
Be aware of the design principles of positive and negative space; making the letter the focal point of the picture.
ASSIGNMENT #1: Take one photograph for each of the letters in the alphabet. The alphabet must be a "found" letter through observation. You may not use actual letters for this assignment. Option 1: Find all 26 letters. Option 2: Find 13 letters. All letters must be A+ quality.
ASSIGNMENT #2 Lesson Objectives
Create a 19" x 13" document in Photoshop.
Create/Spell a word using your found alphabet.
The word should be easily read. Letters could be equally spaced apart leaving a white space or close together, BUT the word must be clearly visible.
The word must be formatted and ready for presentation. There should be an even white border (like a frame) around the word.