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Unit 14 ICPMM321A Capture a digital image 30 Hours

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In these classes I use Worksheets and Web Quests as the main source, many worksheets can be used across several ICT lessons so in some instances the students may have already undertaken the work in Cert II IT or Cert II Bus or in ICT classes like AIT

Worksheets explain the elements of the topic with questions and test sections for students to answer

Web Quests cover topics where students must find information on the Internet or in Resource material and answer all questions.

 

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This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to use digital camera technology for the
production of colour separated images.

Camera software compatibility with hardware systems is assessed and the appropriate software is selected for the job

Pixel resolution of the camera is matched to the required quality and resolution of outcome

The RAM capacity of the camera is checked to be appropriate to the number of images required to be captured

Shutter speed, focal lengths and camera feature modes (flash, scrollage, icon menu, close-up, wide angle and telephoto capacity etcetera) are assessed suitable to the quality and use of image

Using a digital camera

What is meant by pixel resolution and how does this affect the resolution of the image?

Why is the RAM capacity of a digital camera relevant?

Why are shutter speed and focal lengths important to check when capturing a digital image?

What are the safety requirements for handling and storing lithium batteries? Uploading and processing digital images using a computer

How is the data uploaded to a computer from the computer card interface/disk?

What is the process for filing and creating photographic image files on the computer?

What is required to enhance, crop and alter photographic images electronically?

What considerations need to be made to assess a digital photograph suitable for a newspaper, glossy brochure and CD-ROM? Information sources

What manuals, safety and other documentation are relevant to this task and where are they kept?

What information is included in these documents?

What other sources of information are available? By assessing the suitability of shutter speed, focal lengths and camera feature modes (e.g. flash, scrollage, icon menu, close-up, wide angle and telephoto capacity) for the photographic image required.

By consulting with supervisors over the processing of digital images.

By planning and coordinating digital image capture sessions.

By identifying and correcting problems of image quality

By choosing the correct shutter speed and focal length to capture digital images.

By using digital camera technology

By maintaining the production process in association with others.

 

Lesson Worksheet Hours Tasks Hours Test Assessment or Exam Hours
WKS 100 Cover Page Set Up          
WKS116 Photographing Fruit 2 Use a camera to take photograph of fruit bowl (fruit needed)   In class assessment  
WKS117 Capture Quality Images 2

What is meant by pixel resolution and how does this affect the resolution of the image?

Why is the RAM capacity of a digital camera relevant?

  14.05 Digital Images Test Q 2
LES133 Image Files and Size  

Why are shutter speed and focal lengths important to check when capturing a digital image?

What are the safety requirements for handling and storing lithium batteries? Uploading and processing digital images using a computer

How is the data uploaded to a computer from the computer card interface/disk?

  14.05 Digital Images Test S  
LES134 Image Files and Size   answer questions on image types      
   

WKS118 Venice Poster

What considerations need to be made to assess a digital photograph suitable for a newspaper, glossy brochure and CD-ROM? Information sources

3 Image correction and post production  
WKS105 Design Principles   What other sources of information are available? By assessing the suitability of shutter speed, focal lengths and camera feature modes (e.g. flash, scrollage, icon menu, close-up, wide angle and telephoto capacity) for the photographic image required.      
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           

 

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