Room 5 (Krystal's Group), Invercargill Middle School, Year 4-6
Our class was focussing on taking still images that showed a message. The children were trying to capture a moment that had them showing responsibility. They worked in groups and brainstormed ideas of what they thought would show this. They decided as a group that sharing fruit with someone who had nothing to eat was a great way to portrait that they can show responsibility for others. They had to think about filling the frame and the rule of thirds to get the picture correct and also had to think about lighting. There group motto was "sharing is caring".
Click Click Cheese!!!!!
Our dominant image is lonely Jordyn getting handed fruit and taking it we are showing responsibility by caring for him because he doesn’t have any food.
We took the photo from this point of view because the lighting was not too bright or too dark we used the rule of thirds so our picture is balanced.
In the foreground is the table and my group, we all have fruit in our hands. In the background is the school, where the lunch area is.
This is how you show responsibility because sharing is caring.
By Krystal Rm 5
Ruby, Year 1-3, Invercargill Middle School
The children have been learning how to take photos this term. We learned about many aspects including point of view, backgrounds, rule of thirds, colours, framing and placement of objects.
Check out my amazing photo. This photo shows people's hands. They are shaking hands to show that they know how to work together. Did you see my background? It is blue. I chose blue because I want the hand to pop out at you like 3D. The hands are right in the middle of the photo because they are the most important thing in the photo. My team had to follow my directions to help me make a fabulous picture. By Ruby