February Photo Project

February Photo Assignment

February is the beginning of the second semester of photography. You have learned a lot of information, technically and compositionally. All of that information needs to be used and applied in order to truly grasp it. The first project of your 2nd semester is to photography 25 different ideas or things listed on the other side of this paper. It can be done daily or all at once if you prefer.


Take time to look over the list of items and think of different ideas to fulfill the requirement. Start to look how to improve and edit your photos as needed. Make proper exposures, use good light, and visualize your composition before you start to shoot. Take as many photos as you need to in order to get your best shot. Upload YOUR BEST 25 photographs in total.

  1. Upload your BEST photos. Upload your photos using the FLICKR account you created to a public FLICKR set titled “CCHSPHOTO- Feb Photo”.
  2. Label the number of the item you fulfilled. In the title of each photo, label the number of the item and what it is. 


 All photos must be taken by you and within the time period of the assignment. Do not reuse old photographs that you may have laying around, even if they perfectly meet one of the requirements!

If you have any questions regarding the assignment, leave a comment on the blog or email me at bobby.brown@calvaryschools.org.


PHOTOS ONLINE: By the end of class TUESDAY, FEB. 28th.

  1. Shallow Depth of Field
  2. Rule of Thirds
  3. Balanced
  4. Detail or Close-Up
  5. Black and White
  6. Sun Flare
  7. School Spirit
  8. Lunch Group
  9. Dinner
  10. Christian
  11. Inspiration
  12. Friends


  1. Self Portrait
  2. 5 second shutter
  3. Clouds
  4. Someone you love
  5. Beverage
  6. Breakfast
  7. Red
  8. Frame withing a Frame
  9. Low Angle
  10. Eyes
  11. Upside Down
  12. Your Shoes
  13. Reflection



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