About This Course
The way it works:
Students will log in each week and read about the assignment, watch the instructional video, go out and shoot images for the assignment, learn image processing skills, and upload their work for critique. Over the course of this class, students will also shoot for their AP portfolios, have that work critiqued numerous times and submit it to the AP College Board for probable college credit. Students will learn how to use an SLR camera, a point and shoot, or an iPhone camera, and compose impactful pictures, process and edit images.
Advanced Placement Studio Art Course Description:
The Advanced Placement program provides an opportunity for secondary students to pursue and receive credit for college-level course work. This course is to meet the requirements to complete a portfolio established by the College Board. The portfolio must contain three sections reflecting quality, concentration and breadth. The student will explore various materials and techniques in the area of Digital Photography. A student may receive college credit upon passing the College Board evaluation. This course is for homeschoolers, independent learners, those enrolled in traditional education, this can be done by anyone, from anywhere.
"This class has been one of the greatest experiences for me. My love and passion for photography has grown tremendously throughout the course of this class and it’s been awesome to see the amount of growth I have made since day one."