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Advanced Photography

[ Advanced Photography Course Syllabus - Please Read and Print ]

Quest for Education and Arts

2016 – 2017

Instructor: Elka Osterberg (elkaosterberg@questforeducationandarts.com)

Wednesdays 11:20am-12:20pm

Other important dates

o    Quest School Pictures: 10/24 & 10/25

o    Fall Gala: 11/18

o    Winter Formal: 12/2

o    Science Fair (AHSEF): 2/21 and 2/22, Awards Night 2/24

o    Spirit Week: 4/10-4/14

o    Last Class: 5/3

o    Quest Fine Arts Festival: 5/8-5/13

IMPORTANT DATES

 

Fall semester: 9/12 – 12/14            

o    NO CLASS the week of 

11/21-11/25 for Thanksgiving

Spring semester: 1/9 – 5/13                       

o    NO CLASS the week of 

2/20-2/24 for Science Fair

Advanced Photography

FOLLOW-UP FROM CLASS ON 4/26/17

IMPORTANT NOTES:

The Quest Fine Arts Festival is fast approaching! The advanced photography class students need to be in attendance on Tuesday, May 9, 2017. You are also welcome to attend the other nights to watch different performances and presentations on Thursday, May 11, and Friday, May 12. The Fine Arts Festival begins at 5pm, and is located at Oro Valley Church of the Nazarene (please see Quest announcements for more details).  

HOMEWORK – FINAL PROJECT due 5/3/17

Your final project is to choose one of the fields of photography that we have recently studied in class (portraiture, wildlife photography, forensic photography, food photography, black & white photography, documentary photography, sports photography, and commercial photography), and prepare a 10 minute presentation and write-up on why that particular field of photography interests you, what you have learned about it from your own research, and present some examples of your own photographs that you take representing this field of photography. You could include in your presentation:

1.    Examples of photographers you have researched that work in that field

2.    Salary and job growth findings

3.    Special/specific equipment needs within that field

4.    Educational prerequisites or recommendations to go into that field

5.    Considerations such as physical requirements or stress factors related to that field

6.    A timeline or plan for how to get into that field of photography

7.    Examples of other photographers’ work within that field

8.    What appeals to you, as well as what does not appeal to you, within that field

Your final project should be assembled on a black presentation board/foam core board. Please mount at least 3 of your photographs on the board, have a title with the field of photography stated, and leave space for your write-up to be attached after you have finished your presentation. You may also include other elements (copies of book covers that you used for your research, etc.) on the board if you wish. These final project boards will be displayed at the Quest Fine Arts Festival.

Your final project is worth 50 points, and will be graded based on the length of your presentation (10 minutes), your research, your written paper, your display board, and the quality and relevance of your own personal images that you shoot for this project.

Final projects will be presented during finals week at our last class – May 3, 2017. 

NEXT WEEK…

We will hear each student’s final presentation, and then we will assemble some presentation boards of your work to be displayed at the Quest Fine Arts Festival. The ONLY board and prints that you need to provide are for your final project, which you will assemble before you present your final on May 3. I will bring additional boards and prints of your work from throughout the year for the other presentation boards that we will assemble in class onMay 3. 

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR:

  • Camera
  • Camera manual
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition book




Advanced Photography

FOLLOW-UP FROM CLASS ON 4/19/17

HOMEWORK – FINAL PROJECT due 5/3/17

No homework is due this week. You may, however, begin working on your final project. Your final project is to choose one of the fields of photography that we are currently studying in class (portraiture, wildlife photography, forensic photography, food photography, black & white photography, documentary photography, sports photography, and commercial photography), and prepare a 10 minute presentation and write-up on why that particular field of photography interests you, what you have learned about it from your own research, and present some examples of your own photographs that you take representing this field of photography. You could include in your presentation:

1.    Examples of photographers you have researched that work in that field

2.    Salary and job growth findings

3.    Special/specific equipment needs within that field

4.    Educational prerequisites or recommendations to go into that field

5.    Considerations such as physical requirements or stress factors related to that field

6.    A timeline or plan for how to get into that field of photography

7.    Examples of other photographers’ work within that field

8.    What appeals to you, as well as what does not appeal to you, within that field

Your final project should be assembled on a black presentation board/foam core board. Please mount at least 3 of your photographs on the board, have a title with the field of photography stated, and leave space for your write-up to be attached after you have finished your presentation. You may also include other elements (copies of book covers that you used for your research, etc.) on the board if you wish. These final project boards will be displayed at the Quest Fine Arts Festival.

Your final project is worth 50 points, and will be graded based on the length of your presentation (10 minutes), your research, your written paper, your display board, and the quality and relevance of your own personal images that you shoot for this project.

Final projects will be presented during finals week at our last class – May 3, 2017. 

NEXT WEEK…

We will continue our unit on fields of photography, looking at the field of food photography. 

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR:

  • Camera
  • Camera manual
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition book

Advanced Photography

FOLLOW-UP FROM CLASS ON 4/12/17

HOMEWORK – FINAL PROJECT due 5/3/17

No homework is due this week. You may, however, begin working on your final project. Your final project is to choose one of the fields of photography that we are currently studying in class (portraiture, wildlife photography, forensic photography, food photography, black & white photography, documentary photography, sports photography, and product/advertising/industry photography), and prepare a 10 minute presentation and write-up on why that particular field of photography interests you, what you have learned about it from your own research, and present some examples of your own photographs that you take representing this field of photography. You could include in your presentation:

1.    Examples of photographers you have researched that work in that field

2.    Salary and job growth findings

3.    Special/specific equipment needs within that field

4.    Educational prerequisites or recommendations to go into that field

5.    Considerations such as physical requirements or stress factors related to that field

6.    A timeline or plan for how to get into that field of photography

7.    Examples of other photographers’ work within that field

8.    What appeals to you, as well as what does not appeal to you, within that field

Your final project should be assembled on a black presentation board/foam core board. Please mount at least 3 of your photographs on the board, have a title with the field of photography stated, and leave space for your write-up to be attached after you have finished your presentation. You may also include other elements (copies of book covers that you used for your research, etc.) on the board if you wish. These final project boards will be displayed at the Quest Fine Arts Festival.

 

Your final project is worth 50 points, and will be graded based on the length of your presentation (10 minutes), your research, your written paper, your display board, and the quality and relevance of your own personal images that you shoot for this project.

Final projects will be presented during finals week at our last class – May 3, 2017. 

NEXT WEEK…

We will continue our unit on fields of photography, looking at the field of industry/commercial/product photography. 

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR:

  • Camera
  • Camera manual
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition book

Advanced Photography

FOLLOW-UP FROM CLASS ON 4/5/17

HOMEWORK – FINAL PROJECT due 5/3/17

No homework is due this week. You may, however, begin working on your final project. Your final project is to choose one of the fields of photography that we are currently studying in class (portraiture, wildlife photography, forensic photography, food photography, black & white photography, documentary photography, sports photography, and product/advertising/industry photography), and prepare a 10 minute presentation and write-up on why that particular field of photography interests you, what you have learned about it from your own research, and present some examples of your own photographs that you take representing this field of photography. You could include in your presentation:

1.    Examples of photographers you have researched that work in that field

2.    Salary and job growth findings

3.    Special/specific equipment needs within that field

4.    Educational prerequisites or recommendations to go into that field

5.    Considerations such as physical requirements or stress factors related to that field

6.    A timeline or plan for how to get into that field of photography

7.    Examples of other photographers’ work within that field

8.    What appeals to you, as well as what does not appeal to you, within that field

Your final project should be assembled on a black presentation board/foam core board. Please mount at least 3 of your photographs on the board, have a title with the field of photography stated, and leave space for your write-up to be attached after you have finished your presentation. You may also include other elements (copies of book covers that you used for your research, etc.) on the board if you wish. These final project boards will be displayed at the Quest Fine Arts Festival.

Your final project is worth 50 points, and will be graded based on the length of your presentation (10 minutes), your research, your written paper, your display board, and the quality and relevance of your own personal images that you shoot for this project.

Final projects will be presented during finals week at our last class – May 3, 2017. 

NEXT WEEK…

We will continue our unit on fields of photography, looking at the field of black & white photography. 

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR:

  • Camera
  • Camera manual
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition book

Advanced Photography

FOLLOW-UP FROM CLASS ON 3/29/17

HOMEWORK – FINAL PROJECT due 5/3/17

No homework is due this week. You may, however, begin working on your final project. Your final project is to choose one of the fields of photography that we are currently studying in class (portraiture, wildlife photography, forensic photography, food photography, black & white photography, documentary photography, sports photography, and product/advertising/industry photography), and prepare a 10 minute presentation and write-up on why that particular field of photography interests you, what you have learned about it from your own research, and present some examples of your own photographs that you take representing this field of photography. You could include in your presentation:

1.    Examples of photographers you have researched that work in that field

2.    Salary and job growth findings

3.    Special/specific equipment needs within that field

4.    Educational prerequisites or recommendations to go into that field

5.    Considerations such as physical requirements or stress factors related to that field

6.    A timeline or plan for how to get into that field of photography

7.    Examples of other photographers’ work within that field

8.    What appeals to you, as well as what does not appeal to you, within that field

Your final project should be assembled on a black presentation board/foam core board. Please mount at least 3 of your photographs on the board, have a title with the field of photography stated, and leave space for your write-up to be attached after you have finished your presentation. You may also include other elements (copies of book covers that you used for your research, etc.) on the board if you wish. These final project boards will be displayed at the Quest Fine Arts Festival.

Your final project is worth 50 points, and will be graded based on the length of your presentation (10 minutes), your research, your written paper, your display board, and the quality and relevance of your own personal images that you shoot for this project.

Final projects will be presented during finals week at our last class –May 3, 2017.

NEXT WEEK…

We will continue our unit on fields of photography, looking at the field of sports photography.

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR:

  • Camera
  • Camera manual
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition book

Advanced Photography

FOLLOW-UP FROM CLASS ON 3/22/17 

IMPORTANT NOTES:

Links to reference from class on 3/22:

·         Ten tips for portrait photography: https://digital-photography-school.com/10-ways-to-take-stunning-portraits/

·         Catchlights: https://digital-photography-school.com/an-introduction-to-catchlights/

 

HOMEWORK DUE 3/29/17

Please review the following article on pet portraiture and be prepared to discuss as a class. Photographing Pets: https://digital-photography-school.com/9-pet-photography-tips/

 

NEXT WEEK…

We will continue our unit on fields of photography, setting up a portraiture session using artificial lighting. 

 

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR:

  • Camera
  • Camera manual
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition book

Advanced Photography

FOLLOW-UP FROM CLASS ON 3/15/17

IMPORTANT NOTES:

Links for further review from class on 3/15:

HOMEWORK DUE 3/22/17

  • Choose an article from this website to learn more about the field of Wildlife Photography. Present to the class next week what you learned from your chosen article. http://www.outdoorphotographer.com/tips-techniques/wildlife-techniques/
  • If you have the opportunity, try some wildlife photography yourself, whether at the zoo, Desert Museum, out in nature, or if other opportunities present themselves – take advantage! If you are able to get wildlife photographs, please share them with the class.

NEXT WEEK…

We will continue our unit on fields of photography, learning more about portraiture.

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR:

  • Camera
  • Camera manual
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition book

Advanced Photography

FOLLOW-UP FROM CLASS ON 3/08/17

HOMEWORK

There is no homework due this week. Have fun practicing your settings for freezing motion, and if you do your own water droplet photography at home this week, bring in your images to share with the class!

NEXT WEEK…

We will begin our unit on fields within photography. 

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR:

  • Camera
  • Camera manual
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition book

Advanced Photography

FOLLOW-UP FROM CLASS ON 3/01/17

HOMEWORK

There is no homework due this week. Have fun practicing your settings for photographing motion, in both showing motion, and freezing motion.

Here are some additional sites to check out with inspiring photography on the subject on photographing (and showing) motion:

·         https://digital-photography-school.com/a-beginners-to-capturing-motion-in-your-photography/

·         https://digital-photography-school.com/how-to-capture-motion-blur-in-photography/

NEXT WEEK…

We will wrap up our unit on photographing motion with a hands-on experiment of photographing water droplets as we “freeze” motion. 

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR:

  • Tripod, if you have one
  • Camera
  • Camera manual
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition book

Advanced Photography

FOLLOW-UP FROM CLASS ON 2/15/17

IMPORTANT NOTES:

There will be NO class on Wednesday, February 22, 2017, during Science Fair week. Best wishes to the students who will be participating in science fair, and if you are able to attend to show support to our Quest science fair participants, please join us at the Tucson Desert Museum! We will resume class on Wednesday, March 1, 2017.

HOMEWORK DUE 3/1/17

There is no homework this week.

NEXT WEEK…

We will continue our study of photographing motion, and will have fun with an in-class shoot of freezing motion. Bring your tripod if you have one, for use during class.

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR:

  • Tripod, if you have one
  • Camera
  • Camera manual
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition book

Advanced Photography

FOLLOW-UP FROM CLASS ON 1/25/17

IMPORTANT NOTES:

There will be no class on Wednesday, February 22, 2017, during Science Fair week. 

HOMEWORK due 2/8/17

Begin your two-week astrophotography project. For this project, you will need to do at least one nighttime shoot of the moon, stars, and/or star trails. Follow the tips discussed in class for the best results. Be prepared to share with the class some of your images, with your settings notated for each image. Also, you will write up a summary of your astrophotography experience, discussing where you shot, what went well, what you would change next time, how you chose your settings and what adjustments you made along the way, what you enjoyed about the experiment, and any anecdotes or funny stories that went along with your project! You will present your photos, settings, and story write-up to the class on Feb. 8. 

 NEXT WEEK…

We will learn more about extended exposures as we wrap up our unit on night photography. Bring your tripod if you have one, for use during class!

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR:

  • Tripod, if you have one
  • Camera
  • Camera manual
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition book

Advanced Photography

FOLLOW-UP FROM CLASS ON 1/18/17

IMPORTANT NOTES:

Welcome back to the spring semester of Quest classes! There will be no class on Wednesday, February 22, 2017, during Science Fair week. 

HOMEWORK due 1/25/17

Shoot some night scenes this week using a tripod (if you have one), or you may set the timer on your camera and set it on a stable surface (such as a table or chair). Please email two to five of your favorite night images to elkaosterberg@questforeducationandarts.com before next class. We will do peer reviews of your night images during next class.

NEXT WEEK…

We will study best techniques for photographing the moon and stars as we continue our unit on night photography. 

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR:

  • Tripod, if you have one
  • Camera
  • Camera manual
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition book

Advanced Photography

FOLLOW-UP FROM CLASS ON 1/11/17

IMPORTANT NOTES:

Welcome back to the spring semester of Quest classes! There will be no class on Wednesday, February 22, 2017, during Science Fair week.

HOMEWORK due 1/18/17

Research the different kinds of flashes and how to set up/shoot with different kinds of flashes. Be prepared to present your findings to the class next week.

NEXT WEEK…

We will learn about tripods and begin our unit on night photography. 

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR:

  • Tripod, if you have one
  • Camera
  • Camera manual
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition book

Follow-up from class on 11/16/16

There will be NO HOMEWORK due next class. Please enjoy the time spent with family over the Thanksgiving break. I look forward to seeing everyone in two weeks, on November 30, 2016. Happy Thanksgiving, y'all!

Advanced Photography

FOLLOW-UP FROM CLASS ON 11/09/16

IMPORTANT NOTES:

The Quest Fall Gala is coming up THIS Friday, November 11, at Catalina Foothills Church. The evening’s events are as follows:

Christmas Market 4:00pm-7:30pm

Silent Auction 4:00pm-7:30pm (will close at intermission)

Buffet begins at 5:00pm

Performances begin at 6:30pm

Suggested Donation of $10 per person for the buffet and $10 per person for the show but more is greatly appreciated! All money that is donated will be going to the Wesley Bilodeau College Scholarship Fund for graduating home school seniors. Visit the Fall Gala tab on the Quest website to make a donation and get your wristbands for this event.

HOMEWORK due 11/16/16

There is NO HOMEWORK this week. Please attend and enjoy the Quest Fall Gala (information above) this weekend if you are able. Extra credit will be given to students who volunteer at / participate in / attend the Christmas Market and/or Fall Gala. 

NEXT WEEK…

We will learn about the histogram - what it is, and how to use it. 

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR:

  • Camera
  • Camera manual
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition book

Advanced Photography

FOLLOW-UP FROM CLASS ON 11/02/16

IMPORTANT NOTES:

The Quest Fall Gala is coming up on Friday, November 11, at Catalina Foothills Church. The evening’s events are as follows:

Christmas Market 4:00pm-7:30pm

Silent Auction 4:00pm-7:30pm (will close at intermission)

Appetizers & Desserts open at 5:00pm

Performances begin at 6:30pm

Suggested Donation of $10 per person for the buffet and $10 per person for the show but more is greatly appreciated! All money that is donated will be going to the Wesley Bilodeau College Scholarship Fund for graduating home school seniors. Visit the Fall Gala tab on the Quest website to make a donation and get your wristbands for this event.

HOMEWORK – due 11/09/16 before class

Please read about the Exposure Meters in your Understanding Exposure, 4th Edition book on pages 106-109. Study the photographs on these pages, and the settings the author used. 

Reading homework (pp. 106-109) – 10 points possible

NEXT WEEK…

We will wrap up our study of the exposure meter, and how to incorporate and put into practice both focal points AND the exposure meter when shooting in manual. 

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR:

  • Camera
  • Camera manual
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition book

Advanced Photography

FOLLOW-UP FROM CLASS ON 10/26/16

IMPORTANT NOTES:

The Quest Fall Gala is coming up on Friday, November 11, at Catalina Foothills Church. The evening’s events are as follows:

Christmas Market 4:00pm-7:30pm

Silent Auction 4:00pm-7:30pm (will close at intermission)

Appetizers & Desserts open at 5:00pm

Performances begin at 6:30pm

Suggested Donation of $10 per person for the buffet and $10 per person for the show but more is greatly appreciated! All money that is donated will be going to the Wesley Bilodeau College Scholarship Fund for graduating home school seniors. Visit the Fall Gala tab on the Quest website to make a donation and get your wristbands for this event.

HOMEWORK – due 11/02/16 before class

Email 3 images to Mrs. Osterberg at

elkaosterberg@questforeducationandarts.com

manually selecting the best focal point for each shot. Be prepared to discuss with the class which focal point you used for each shot, and why. Please submit one image for each of the numbered shots below:

  1. Low f-stop (wide aperture), one subject
  2. Mid f-stop (around f/8), two or more subjects
  3. High f-stop (small aperture), landscape or large group 

Selecting Your Focal Point homework – 10 points possible

NEXT WEEK…

We will learn about exposure meters (center-weighted metering, matrix/evaluative metering, spot metering). 

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR:

  • Camera
  • Camera manual
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition book

Advanced Photography

FOLLOW-UP FROM CLASS ON 10/19/16

IMPORTANT NOTES:

Don’t forget Quest school picture days are coming up –Monday, October 24, and Tuesday, October 25! Sign up for your spot on the Quest website, under the School Pictures tab!

HOMEWORK

Practice taking shots of stationary subjects, landscapes, and moving subjects (such as children, pets, or a leaf moving in the wind) using your three auto focus settings - One Shot (AF-S/ Auto Focus-Single), Al Focus (AF-A/ Auto Focus-Automatic), and Al Servo (AF-C/ Auto Focus-Continuous).Study the images, and determine which setting you prefer, and on which setting your lens will produce the most clear, sharp, in-focus images (where you want the focus). Present your experiences and findings with the class next week.

Auto Focus Settings Homework – 10 points possible

NEXT WEEK…

We will learn more about focal point settings, and “back button focusing”.

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR:

  • Camera
  • Camera manual
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition book

Advanced Photography

FOLLOW-UP FROM CLASS ON 10/12/16

IMPORTANT NOTES:

Don’t forget Quest school picture days are coming up –Monday, October 24, and Tuesday, October 25!

HOMEWORK

There is no homework due this week. Enjoy the week with your family and enjoy taking creative photographs just for fun! 

NEXT WEEK…

We will learn about focal point settings.

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR:

  • Camera
  • Camera manual
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition book

Advanced Photography

FOLLOW-UP FROM CLASS ON 10/5/16

HOMEWORK DUE 10/12/16, before class

      Take a series of images. Take the same shot with the different white balance settings of daylight, cloudy, tungsten (or incandescent), and fluorescent

      Email your series of images (4 total) to: elkaosterberg@questforeducationandarts.com

White Balance Images Homework- 10 points

NEXT WEEK…

We will continue our study of white balance, and how to achieve good white balance with a correct exposure. 

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR:

  • Camera
  • Camera manual
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition book

Advanced Photography

FOLLOW-UP FROM CLASS ON 9/28/16

IMPORTANT NOTES:

  • Order class textbook online if you don’t already have it – Quest website, books tab, click on the Advanced Photography class/ book title linked to Amazon and place your order.

HOMEWORK DUE 10/5/16

      Email your 2 CORRECT EXPOSURE images (one indoor, one outdoor),with a note of your settings (aperture, shutter speed, and ISO) to:

elkaosterberg@questforeducationandarts.com

CORRECT EXPOSURE Images Homework- 10 points

NEXT WEEK…

We will begin our study of white balance, and how to achieve good white balance with a correct exposure. 

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR:

  • Camera
  • Camera manual
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition book

Advanced Photography

IMPORTANT NOTES:

  • Order class textbook online if you don’t already have it – Quest website, books tab, click on the Advanced Photography class/ book title linked to Amazon and place your order.

HOMEWORK DUE 9/28/16

Please read pages 10-13 in your Understanding Exposure, 4thEdition, book, to continue our review of exposure. 

10 points possible 

NEXT WEEK…

We will continue our review of exposure and the photographic triangle.

DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR:

  • Camera
  • Camera manual
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition book

Advanced Photography

IMPORTANT NOTES:

  • View the Student Orientation Power Point posted on the Quest website for rules, guidelines, and QUEST policies.
  • My contact info may be found on your Class Info Sheet and Class Syllabus
  • Please sign and return the bottom portion of the class syllabus by next week (both student and parent signatures are needed!)
  • Order class textbook online if you don’t already have it – Quest website, class information, class books, click on the book title linked to Amazon and place your order.

BRING TO CLASS ON 9/21/16

  • Your camera
  • Your camera manual
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Understanding Exposure, Fourth Edition book

HOMEWORK DUE 9/21/16

First photography assignment: A Photo Introduction (worth 10 points)

·         Prepare a 2- to 3-min photo introduction of yourself for next week

·         Be sure to include your name and school/age/grade. 

·         You can also include info about

    • Your life
    • Your family
    • Hobbies/interests
    • Home
    • What career interests you
    • Anything else that is representative of who you are

·         Bring it in on a flash drive to be presented on my computer, or bring in your own laptop to present your photo introduction.