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Visual Communications Students Put Photography Theory Into Practise

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In October, our two Visual Communication classes went on fantastic photography excursions. These were great opportunities for the students to put their theory into practice.

Each class had a list of photographs that they needed to take while on the excursions. They submitted their best photographs for assessment and used them for photo editing tasks back at school.

The Year 10 class went on a walk through the Perth CBD, photographing architecture and street art along the way. They began at Cathedral Square and the old State Buildings, went past Town Hall, saw the amazing street art through Grand Lane, Globe Lane, Wolf Lane, and Howard Lane. Then went on to London Court, Elizabeth Quay, and the Bell Tower. They finished their time with lunch and photography opportunities at Kings Park.

The Year 9 class went to the Blue Boat House along Mounts Bay Road, walked along the South Perth foreshore and the Narrows Bridge, and went to Optus Stadium and the Matagarup Bridge. They focused on landscapes, portraits, leading lines, the rule of thirds, and camera angles.

Both classes thoroughly enjoyed their excursions and took some excellent photos. All the photos you see here were taken by Year 9 and Year 10 Visual Communication students.

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