Pearce, A.
Pearce, A.

m14: Diptych [Night & Day]

Students will create a diptych with the overall theme of "Night & Day"; one photo will be shot during the day and one will be shot at night.

Focus on illustrating a clear narrative within your diptych. Remember to refine your composition through the use of line, shape, texture, contrast and capturing a full range of values within the photo. Students will also reinforce their knowledge of balance, proportion, sequence, unity and emphasis within their diptych.

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    Edstrom, E.

    Steele, T.

    Carney, E.

    Gregg, T.

    Skinner, S.

    Makashov, M.

    Cardel, S.

    Stoner, E.

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    File Naming Convention

    .PNG or .TIF files accepted unless otherwise noted/requested, per individual assignments.
    Thank you.

    Proper file names must be as follows:
    (assignment id) underscore (term+year) underscore (Last name+First initial)

    • Example: c04_SP15_OverstreetD

    • FA = Fall
      = January
      = Spring
      = Summer


    noun, ORIGIN early 17th cent.
    1] a painting, esp. an altarpiece, on two hinged wooden panels that may be closed like a book.
    2] an ancient writing tablet consisting of two hinged leaves with waxed inner sides.

    f/Stop: the amount of light allowed into the camera.

    Shutter Speed: the length of time the light is allowed into the camera .

    iso/Film Speed: the film’s sensitivity to the light.

    updated 2016/01