Re: Documenting Student Work Tips
- Here is a great way to take photos of 3-d work- make a light tent,
which also make an excellent lesson in photography!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "chssue" <chssue@...> wrote:
> Proper documentation of student work is vital when they use the images
> for portfolios and exams. My plan next year is to have students
> document the work they create as the pieces are completed to avoid the
> last minute rush of "get this done now because the deadline is
> tomorrow". I want to set up a designated area in my office where
> students can put work on the wall and take a quick photo with a camera
> thats permanently placed on a tripod. My question is about lighting, I
> have no idea where to start as far as setting up appropriate lighting,
> I used to use tungsten lights, but was curious if that's the best way
> to go considering the digital age. Any ideas?