Below are some useful links!


Do not edit you assignments, in any way after you photograph it unless instructed to do so! I’ve included these, because I thought you might fine them useful for other projects!

PicMonkey – quick online photo editing
Pixlr – online photo editing that mimics PhotoShop


If your camera brand is not listed, please comment below and let me know so that I can add it to the list.

Nikon downloadable manuals
Canon downloadable manuals
Sony downloadable manuals
Olympus downloadable manuals
Panasonic downloadable manuals
CASIO downloadable manuals


Leading Lines – Physical or Implied lines that lead your viewer’s eye into the photograph.
Implied Lines – an implied line is “an invisible line”.
Rule of Thirds – The rule of thirds is when you divide your photograph into thirds and orient the main subject into one of the thirds. This creates an interesting balance. You especially want to do this when there is an action taking place.
Depth of Field – Can be categorized as shallow or deep. This is the distance from your subject that stays in focus. If you photograph a flower, weather or not the grass behind or in front of it is shard of blurry is the depth of field. This is determined by Aperture.
Aperture – A useful article!
Fill the Frame – Taking the time to fill your frame, means you are not wasting your image on unnecessary information. Think about what you are putting in your frame, and why.
Critique – Explaining what does and does not work in a piece of art.
Composition – how the elements in your image are arranged.


DIY Projectors – This is a fun way to help you understand how light works!