Unit code – BSBOHS201A Unit Title

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Interactive Media, Arts & Chisholm 311 Certificate IV Photoimaging Unit code – BSBOHS201A Unit Title -­‐ Participate in OHS Processes Group Saturday Accelerated – Stage 1 Unit code – BSBDES402A Unit Title -­‐ Interpret and Respond to a Design Brief Tutor
Joel Rainford Phone
Time 1pm -­‐ 5pm 0419 008 578 Email
Venue J207 & J206 [email protected] Unit Description The OHS unit describes the skills and knowledge you require to take responsibility for your safety in the workplace. The focus is on using equipment and personal safety while photographing. The Design Brief unit will cover the skills and knowledge required to interpret and creatively respond to a design brief through project work. Date Week Session Topic Tasks/Activities Reminders Research July 20th
1
Tutor & Student Introductions
PARTICIPATE IN OHS PROCESSES
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What is OHS?
OHS Photography Quiz
Presentation
Quiz
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Studio/Mac Lab Hazard & Risk Inspection
Studio & Lighting Safety
Inspect Studio Task
Inspect Mac lab Task
Discussion/Demo
Out of
Class
1
Assignment #1 - OHS Workbook
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July 27th
2
Studio/Mac Lab Hazards & Risk
Glossary of Terms
Safety Plan on Location
1. Research OHS
glossary
2. Answer workbook
questions
Due Week 2
INTERPRET & RESPOND TO A DESIGN BRIEF
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Interpreting a Brief
Format / Orientation
Open Format Crop
Negative Space
Weighted
Presentation/Discussion
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Awareness Walk
Chisholm Grounds
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What makes a good portrait?
Practice portrait shoot
Discussion / Presentation
Bring your camera
Timeline Stage 1 V2
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Assignment #1
DUE
Presentation/Samples
Author: Joel Rainford
Certificate IV Photoimaging Out of
Class
2
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Shooting in RAW –
Understanding Image formats
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Research images
Research design concepts
Visual diary
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Shoot assignment #2 images
Interactive Media, Arts & Chisholm 311 Online learning
Image formats
http://shutha.org/node/886
Research
Visual Diary
Photograph
Assignment #2 - Format Portraits
Aug 3rd
3
Bring in images for
feedback and class
discussion
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Student image feedback
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Viewpoint
Associated Colour
Complimentary Colours
Presentation
Sample Images
Editing / Rating images
Processing/Developing images
Enhancing images
Lightroom
Camera RAW &
Photoshop
Demonstration/Discussion
Assignment #3 – Viewpoint & Colour
Out of
Class
3
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Camera Raw or Lightroom Processing
Adobe TV Camera Raw
Work on
http://tv.adobe.com/search Assignments
/?q=%20camera%20raw
Adobe TV Lightroom
http://tv.adobe.com/search
/?q=lightroom&product_id
=&topic_id=&release_id=&
t_lid=
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Colour research
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Visual Diary
Edit & Process Final assignment images
Aug 10th
4
Assignment #2 Completed
Aug 17th
5
Assignment #3 Completed
Timeline Stage 1 V2
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Colour Theory
http://www.colormatters.co
m/color-and-design/basiccolor-theory
Assignment #2
DUE
Assignment #3
DUE
Author: Joel Rainford
Interactive Media, Arts & Chisholm 311 Certificate IV Photoimaging ASSIGNMENT SUMMARY
Please refer to individual assignment sheets for more detail
Assessment Task
Assignment #1
OHS Workbook
Assessment Criteria
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Complete OHS Workbook
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2. Produce 2 Portraits for
each using
• Open format crop (2)
• Negative space (2)
• Weighted (2)
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4. Produce 2 Portraits
associated with a color (2)
5. Produce 2 Portraits
associated with
complimentary colours (2)
METHODS OF
ASSESSMENT
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A,CE
40%
Week 4
A,CE, VD
60%
Week 5
The images must be well exposed and
sharp at the eyes.
The light must be aesthetically pleasing
and suit the subject/image.
Design principles need to be
considered and no distracting
backgrounds visible.
Ability to choose appropriate lens and
aperture for the subject/image.
Originals must be captured in RAW
Images must be colour corrected
Final Images uploaded to blog
Visual Diary shown to tutor
DO = Direct Observation
F = Folio
Timeline Stage 1 V2
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Due
Week 2
The images must be well exposed and
sharp at the eyes.
The light must be aesthetically pleasing
and suit the subject/image.
Design principles need to be
considered and no distracting
backgrounds visible.
Ability to choose appropriate lens and
aperture for the subject/image.
Originals must be captured in RAW
Images must be colour corrected
Final Images uploaded to blog
Assignment #3
Viewpoint & Colour Portraits
3. Produce 4 Portraits using
• Worms eye view (2)
• Birds eye view (2)
Weight
100%
All three (3) tasks in OHS workbook
completed.
Workbook to be electronically submitted
(email to tutor).
Assignment #2
Format Portraits
1. Using 2 different people
produce 4 Portrait images
(each subject must be shot
in both orientations)
• Portrait Orientation (2)
• Landscape Orientation (2)
Methods
A,DO,CE
A = Assignment
VD = Visual Diary/Journal
T = Test
CE = Class Exercise/Participation Author: Joel Rainford
Certificate IV Photoimaging Interactive Media, Arts & Chisholm 311 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
Students may be excluded from a classroom, a studio, a computer lab or any location activity if the staff
member in charge forms the view that the behaviour of the student represents a safety risk to
themselves or others.
It is an OHS requirement that covered toe shoes be worn at all times in class. In some activities on
location shoots, it may be necessary to wear a high-vis vest.
RESOURCES REQUIRED
The following is a list of basic equipment required. Some equipment is available for in class use
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DSLR camera with basic lens range
Portable Hard Drive or large USB Drive
PC or Mac running Photoshop/Camera RAW
You will be notified of the need for any additional materials in advance. Students must come prepared
for classes with appropriate tools and equipment.
ATTENDANCE
The major learning experience involves class based exercises, demonstration and feedback. It is
strongly advised that students attend all sessions in order to engage in the required learning activities,
ensuring the maximum opportunity to gain the competency. Due to the accelerated design of the course
any missed classes the student is responsible for catching up promptly.
If unable to attend class please advise via text on 0419008578 or email [email protected]
You may need to supply a doctor’s certificate for extended periods of absence.
CLASS CONDUCT
Please be considerate of your fellow classmates when working in class, the studio or on location. Be
respectful of other people’s property and keep noise to a minimum when working. Please turn off mobile
phones during all classes.
ASSESSMENT
The due date for assignments is the final date by which an assessment can be handed in. Teaching
staff are not obliged to mark late work.
Timeline Stage 1 V2
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Author: Joel Rainford
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