Workshop 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.
In Photography I, we practiced taking photographs and learned about easy photography lessons we can do with students in the classroom. Photography II explores the next step of the process. How do we take student photographs from our cameras and create school projects such as books and movies?
This workshop is a tutorial on how to download images from our cameras to our school computers using iPhoto. We will focus on how to manage multiple student files and practice uploading student projects to various programs such as Voicethread, iMovie, and Blurb.
Professional photographer, Reid Elem, leads this week’s experiential activity. No previous experience is needed. It is not mandatory to attend Photography I to attend this session; however, please email Andrea Curtis for the “Photography Challenge” assignment prior to attending the Photography II Workshop. Contact Hours: 2
Materials: Please bring your own camera, camera cable, and school laptop (Mac). Please have at least 20 images on your camera to workshop with.
Register: Email Andrea L. Curtis at firstname.lastname@example.org
Reid Elem is a photographic educator and fine art photographer based in Savannah, Georgia. Originally from upstate New York, he finds comfort and inspiration in New England and has spent the last two summers working as a lab technician and a teaching assistant for the Maine Media Workshops. His background and experience includes both film and digital photography, along with a wide variety of printmaking and computer editing skills. Reid has traveled to several countries and has worked for Rotary International as an American Ambassador to Brazil, where he captured images to be used later in Rotary sponsored humanitarian efforts. Reid received his M.F.A. from the Savannah College of Art and Design and is actively involved in a career of learning and sharing knowledge with those interested in the art of photography.