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Paul Cifone
Media Teacher

Photo Time Capsule

Project Published 7/29/15 Last updated on 5/16/18
1. Students are to plan and create a photo time capsule that depicts who they are today
2. They are to initially create a list of possible images that represent them from all areas of their lives, e.g. family, friends, hobbies, sport, school etc.
3. Using previously learnt photography skills such as using manual settings in various environments and taking into consideration all the main Composition elements students then take all required photos
4. Students are then to use Adobe Photoshop to enhance the images and manipulate if need be
5. Adobe Voice can be used as a narration tool to talk about the photos
6. Adobe Slate can be used to create a website based on their Time Capsule or alternatively they could create a slideshow using Adobe Photoshop/Acrobat.
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Products
  • Photoshop

    Editing and compositing for photos, web and mobile app designs, 3D artwork, videos, and more.

  • Adobe Spark

    Adobe Spark is an easy-to-use tool that helps you turn your ideas into compelling social graphics, web stories, and animated videos

  • Adobe Voice

Age Levels
Duration
1+ Day
Content Standards
Visual Communication using Adobe Photoshop
Custom Standards
Digital Literacy and Creativity
ISTE NETS-S
Research and Information Fluency, Creativity and Innovation
Expertise
Novice
Materials

Digital Camera (preferably DSLR)

Adobe Suite

iPad or similar to record narration

CC License
None
Ratings
4 / 5 • 3 Ratings

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Tarek Bahaa El Deen

Posted on 5/9/16 5:27:25 PM Permalink

Paul, it;s very useful resource
Thank you for sharing

Jamie Leduc

Posted on 1/24/16 9:38:23 PM Permalink

Thank you for the resource. A great share.

Christian Gutierrez

Posted on 9/23/15 3:05:23 PM Permalink

Good resource Paul.

Thanks for sharing it.

Amanda Canfield

Posted on 8/7/15 12:01:10 PM Permalink

A great and creative idea when students are studying the historical context of a specific time.