This category is defined as any project using a single original student photograph where digital editing tools were used to enhance/modify the image. Images containing non-original content or collages fall under the Graphic Design category.
The project must be displayed on a device using the program in which it was created.
The student should be prepared to demonstrate to judges how the software was used to create the finished project. A hard copy of the finished project may be displayed but is not required.
Software may include but not limited to:
Examples of student-created digital photographs
Additional examples of digital photographs/related resources/ideas:
- 7 Ways to Use Digital Photography in The Classroom from WeAreTeachers
- Buck Institute for Education Project-based learning resource: Photojournalists Project(ideas and step-by-step teaching guide)
- frame-within-a-frame photography(see also, natural frames as explained by Digital Photo Secrets)
- high key photography as explained by Digital Photography School
- KAP (kite aerial photography)--Andrew Newton, American Kitefliers Association KAP resources, andKAPshop
- digitally combine paint and photographs in a fashion similar toFabienne Rivory's LaBokoff project
- use a flatbed scanner as a digital camera via technique called scanography (examples: Digital Photography School, LightStalking, and Scannography Blog)
- tilt-shift photography (resources: Digital Camera World's Tilt-shift Photography: How To Use 1 Lens For 6 Very Different Effects, Digital Photography School's Introduction to Tilt-Shift Photography, TiltShiftMaker, and Tilt-shift apps for iPhone