California is home to the tallest, largest, and oldest trees on the planet. We have some of the most amazing forests in the world. It’s surprising that so many of the trees we plant in our cities are not native California trees. The CLHS biology class put together this website of some of the trees that are true native Californians.
Visit the website here (or click the image above).
From 1999-2010, the U.S. Postal Service released a series of stamp sheets on ecosytems of the United States. Ons sheet was released each year. These stamp sheets featured paintings of plants and animals from an ecosytem compressed into a single image.
While studying ecosytems, the CLHS biology class took a closer look at some of the organisms in these stamps.
When a slower shutter speed is used, moving objects will be blurred. If the camera is moving, stationary objects will be blurred. For this project the challenge was to experiment with longer shutter speeds to purposefully include blur in the photos. What do you think?
Even though color photography has been around for many years, the black and white photo is still a powerful photographic form. The photography class looked for some subjects on campus that would make for interesting photos.
Click the photo above, or click here to see how they did.
#nofilter is a popular tag in social media photography to indicate that no filter “magic” was needed to create the image. This project celebrates digital imaging filters. The CLHS photography students were encouraged to use filters and let their creative juices flow!
Click the links below to see what they came up with.
It’s the most identifiable feature on our campus. It’s featured in many publications and online documents. The photography class was tasked with looking at our school symbol with fresh eyes…encouraged to seek new vantage points.
Click the photo above, or click here to see what they found.
In our busy lives, we’ve pretty much trained ourselves not to really look at our world. One of the great aspects of photography is that it forces you to look at great and small parts of our world in great detail and with a critical eye.
In this photography challenge, student photographers were asked to look for view of their school that are not ones we might typically see. Click the links below to see what they came up with.