Middle School Photography B

How can learning about photography and using a camera to take pictures of my world help me see it differently?

Why Take This Course?

In Middle School Photography B, students work on editing and organizing their pictures.

In Middle School Photography B, students work on editing and organizing their pictures.

This course builds on Middle School Photography A. It continues helping students expand their photographic skills by guiding students in projects based on managing and editing photos, taking nature photos, photographing people, and maintaining appropriate photographer etiquette. Through a variety of assigned projects, students will engage their creativity by photographing a range of subjects and learning to see the world through the lens of their cameras. Although this is a self-paced course, a live class will be held on the first Tuesday of each month during the school year. Some kind of digital camera is required (phone cameras are ok; digital cameras are preferred).

Course Framework

Unit 1Unit 2Unit 3Unit 4Unit 5
How can you manage and edit your photos?How do you take good vacation photos?What are the best ways to photograph nature?How do you photograph people?What is proper etiquette for a photographer?
What are the common file types used to save digital images? What are the advantages and disadvantages to each?Before you leave, how can you prepare to photograph your vacation?Why should you photograph animals?Why should you photograph people?How should you behave as a photographer? How can you show respect toward others when you are photographing them?
Why is it important to manage your digital files?What are some of the scenes or objects that make good vacation photographs? What can you do to better capture these elements of your travels?What problems are common when people try to photograph animals?How can you improve your photographs of people?What laws affect photography?
Why use a photo-editing software program?How can you mix people into your vacation photographs?What makes a great animal photograph?What are the advantages and disadvantages of posed and candid photographs of people?How do you print a photo from a digital image?
What are some of the common functions and uses of a photo-editing software program?What are some of the challenges that you might face when photographing your travels?What can you do to improve your photographs of animals?What are self-portraits? What are some different ways that you can create a self-image?What should you keep in mind when displaying your photographs?
How can you use what you learn about taking vacation shots to help you photograph around your hometown?

Texts and Materials Students Must Purchase

AuthorTitleRecommended ISBN
All materials will be provided: Middle School Photography from eDynamic Learning


  • Recommended Grade: 6th, 7th, 8th
  • Prerequisites: Middle School Photography A
  • Versions & Estimated Weekly Hours: 2
  • Format: Live/Self-paced - Class meets 1st Monday of each month
  • Credits: 0.5
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