Cornwall 2019

Unit 2: The Photographic Project – Dreams/Reality

Learning Outcome 1 (LO1)
Understand photographic research.
1.1 Identify a subject for a photographic project.
1.2 Carry out research for a photographic project.

Learning Outcome 2 (LO2)
Be able to produce a photographic project.
2.1 Identify photographic resources to complete a photographic project.
2.2 Produce photographic images to meet identified goals.
2.3 Identify presentational forms for a photographic project.
2.4 Assess the photographic project.

Learning Outcome 3 (LO3) – see final paragraph for safety in a coastal environment  
Understand photographic practice and health and safety procedures.
3.1 Identify and use safe working practices in a photographic project.

Cornwall: Sennen Beach, Cape Cornwall coastal path, Lands End and Godrevy Beach and Lighthouse 

Sea, sky and silhouettes 

Sea and sand

Gate and pathways to the sea 

Waves 

Windows 

Mysteries 

 

Learning Outcome 3 (LO3)
Understand photographic practice and health and safety procedures.
3.1 Identify and use safe working practices in a photographic project.

Taking photographs along the cliff paths, the rocks and the beach requires being very aware of your surroundings and the dangers of for example unsafe cliff edges and  unexpected waves to keep yourself and your camera safe.

Also to be aware of the damage the environment could cause to the camera through exposure to sea, surf, sand etc or getting knocked on rocky surfaces whilst balancing or clambering to get a shot.

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