Digital Photography 2011-2012
Woodside High School’s photography class proudly brings their work to the Woodside World to represent the wonderful talents of students around WHS. Aaron Campbell teaches Woodside’s Photography I and II and has been teaching the classes since 2005. Students learn to control exposure, depth of field, and shutter speed to capture the perfect image in low lighting. Adobe Photoshop CS3, the software that they work with, is used to improve skin tones, sharpen images, correct color, and perfect photographs in other common ways as needed.
Students evaluate other photos and develop an understanding of important photographic techniques and the work of other photographers. Photographs are taken on Woodside’s campus during class and around the community during the students’ free time. The photos that are taken in their free time can be brought into class to be evaluated and improved. All students are welcome to join the Photography Class even if they have no experience at all.
To view the students’ work click on the “show as slideshow” button above the pictures.
May’s Best Photos
April’s Best Photos
March’s Best Photos
February’s Best Photos
January’s Best Photos
December’s Best Photos
November’s Best Photos
September’s Best Photos
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- An Afternoon in the Quad: Woodside Art Boom - January 20, 2013
- 2012 Photography Exhibits - February 14, 2012
- March Photos of the Month - April 11, 2011
- Woodside Artist Profile: Kitty Calonje, Photographer - October 17, 2010