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Some more Keepers from week 9

These people are so talented.

Love it!

Week 9: Senior Edition

Great work from the seniors this week. Getting hard to critique some of this work.

Check them out. Feel free to comment.

Still have the 10’s to do. See you soon.

morPhetography.

Week 8

Great week. The Grade 10 class normally doesn’t get into studio lighting very much. It’s just a bit too much for most classes. Not this semester. The grade 10’s are absolutely crushing it.

This week’s keepers are a fantastic demonstration of the capability of young people when they are given the opportunity. Equipment, space and time is all they need.

Maybe a push in the right direction every once in a while. 🙂

as usual, mouseover for the photographer and click for comments. Leave your own!

See you next week.

Cheers!

Week 7

A few ‘Keepers’ from the seniors. The talent this year is very unique. It is combined with seriously mature focus and organization. A very successful combination.

Cheers!

Keepers: Week 7, Grade 10 Edition

The grade 10 comm tech class is an introduction to a bunch of different technologies. Digital photography is one of the methods of communication that we experiment with.

Now, normally the grade 10 class is very introductory and, let’s just say, pretty rough.

The current grade 10 class is kinda awesome. Jus’ sayn’:

Remember, these are just lil’ ones! 13, 14; maybe 15yrs old.

There are people who will spend their whole lives watching excellence happen. You people are what they watch.

Gobsmacked!*

*LIU

Cheers!

Week 6: Report Card Week

This week is always the best/worst for marking. At least 400 individual pieces of assessment were marked this week as procrastinators try to salvage their mid-term results.

I think the thing that my generation has taught this generation is how to leave things to the last minute.

Still some great work though.

15, 16, 17 and 18 year olds captured these images. I just open the door in the morning and make sure the batteries are charged.

Enjoy. Comment if you wish.

See you next week.

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Week 5: Full production.

What a great week of image making!

Check these out:

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SYNW.