Photographic and digital media

In the stage 5 the elective subject of photographic & digital media students explore the world through artistic practice, conceptual knowledge, the frames, and technological procedures.

Further information and teaching support is available on photographic and digital media resources and the NSW 7-10 photographic and digital media syllabus.

Knowledge and skills creative arts - KASCA photographic and digital media framework

The KASCA photographic & digital media framework breaks down the core components of practice, conceptual framework and the frames into a series of lesson sequences. All lesson sequences come with ready-to-use differentiated learning and teaching resources and are available in an online format in the Lesson sequesnces and an e-book (PDF 986.38 KB) that can be downloaded to your smart device.

Lesson sequences

See through frame

Students will investigate how various images can be manipulated using Adobe Photoshop to create interesting and postmodern interpretations.

Invisibility

Students will investigate how various images can be manipulated using Adobe Photoshop to create interesting and postmodern interpretations.

Levitation

Students will investigate how various images can be manipulated using Adobe Photoshop to create interesting and postmodern interpretations.

The droste effect

Students will investigate how various images can be manipulated using Adobe Photoshop to create interesting and postmodern interpretations.

The harris effect

Students will investigate how various images can be manipulated using Adobe Photoshop to create interesting and postmodern interpretations.

Individual combinations

After students have explored and created examples of the see though frame, levitation, invisible person, harris and the droste effect, they can then experiment with combinations.

Critical and historical interpretations

In critical and historical studies students will investigate how various artist have used Adobe Photoshop to create interesting and postmodern interpretations.

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