Exhibition Prep

For each photo upload, please fill in the fields below.  Can't wait to see your photo!

What school do you attend?
Photo Upload
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If you could go anywhere in the world to take photos, where would you go, and why?

When you're behind the lens of your camera taking photographs, how do you feel?

What is your favorite part about being part of your school's i.imagine photography club?

Who inspires you and why?

What is your favorite food?

What do you like to do in your spare time?

What is the most unusual thing that you own?

Other...THIS IS OPTIONAL, and is the place to tell us anything else that's important to you, but wasn't covered above.

About the Image

What is the title of your image? Think of a name that is specific to something(s) in your photo. If you got a new puppy, would you name it "Puppy?" Geez...I hope not!

Use the boxes below to submit answers to questions to help your fans learn more about you and your amazing image that you've selected to exhibit!  Here's a few things to keep in mind:

  1. Your responses represent the amazing person that you are today!  This is your chance to share your awesomeness with your adoring fans!  

  2. Please make your best effort to write in compete sentences, with proper grammar and punctuation. Your teacher would MUCH rather spend time focusing on doing cool photography stuff with you and less time editing your responses!  It really helps to save time...go team i.imagine!

  3. If you have something important to say that is different from one of the questions below, THAT'S AMAZING AND WE WANT TO INCLUDE IT!!!!!!  There's a box at the bottom titled "other" that's for you to add anything additional.  Just keep in mind #1 on this list!

About the Artist

Below are some refreshers to help you describe your image.  These won't all apply to your response below, but might help you remember those that do apply!


Technically, how did you set your exposure:

  1. High or low ISO for light or dark image 

  2. Slow shutter speed to show movement - whole seconds or a fraction of one second

  3. Fast shutter speed to freeze movement - a fraction of one second

  4. Wide aperture (small f-stop #) to blur the background and let in more light

  5. Narrow aperture (large f-stop #) to create a more clear photo in foreground, background, edges and block out light. 



  1. Rule of thirds (subject is off to one side)

  2. Contrast in texture (smooth and rough)

  3. Color (opposite sides of the color wheel)

  4. Leading lines (vertical, horizontal, diagonal, S-curve)

What did you do technically and artistically to create this image? Check out the lists above for help!

Why did you choose this image? Why is it important to you?

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