Lesson 15

By lesson fifteen, students should be pursuing their book projects and how to develop their themes further. The class considers the work of Richard Renaldi and the themes found in his project Touching Strangers. Students will be asked to review their own photographs and make a “shot list” that covers the photographs that are needed in order to complete their project. By the end of this lesson, students will understand that themes can change and reshooting is often necessary.

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