New for the 2020-21 school year!
BW Photo will be offered as a Dual Credit Class with Moraine Valley CC.
Ask Mr. Gonzalez or your guidance counselor for registration information.
35mm Depth of Field
Black & White Photography
The structure of this course involves lectures and demonstrations presented by the instructor and independent darkroom work done on behalf of each student. Traditionally, photography is taught in three parts:
(1) classroom instruction,
(2) darkroom production under the instructor’s supervision,
(3) viewing images and reading from the history of photography.
It is important to come to every class during this eighteen-week course, as complex lab demonstrations are difficult to produce more than once in the lab.
The students will be introduced to many different traditional photographic processes and produce black and white photographic prints within a studio art setting. Emphasis will be placed upon the elements and principles of design.
The students will demonstrate an understanding of photographic equipment and its proper use to produce their own high quality photographs.
The students will demonstrate knowledge of specific photographers, important masterpieces of photography, and specific movements in photographic history.
Each student will formally analyze photographs in writing and in group critiques with emphasis on two dimensional design elements and principles.
This eighteen-week semester will consist of photographic projects, reading and writing assignments, along with a final exam. Late work will be accepted up to one week past its due date without prior arrangement with the instructor or your guidance counselor. Points will be deducted for work not turned in on time. Grades will be determined by the following:
Projects and writing assignments: 80%
100%-90%=A, 89%-80%=B, 79%-70%=C, 69%-60%=D, 59%....F
You will need:
Digital Photographic Documentation
Social Media Journal-
Please post a picture once a week of your working.
Please write a sentence or two about what you’re doing….
Tag me, and using the hashtag #madeatsandburg
Tweeter @SandburgArt BookFace@ SandburgArtDepartment
Insta@mccabeclay & @sandburgartdepart
The Social Media Journal is intended to create a student record of their adventures in art through pictures and text, and to create community awareness of the amazing things we’re creating here at Sandburg!
Video Demonstrations: part 1 part 2
Local Photography Suppliers:
11523 Harlem Avenue, Worth, IL 60482
20 East Burlington Avenue, La Grange, IL 60525
110 1/2 West Burlington Ave., La Grange, Illinois 60525
Central Camera Co. Chicago’s South Loop
230 South Wabash Avenue
Online Photo Suppliers: