Updated: Jan 22
Background Information: 36 Exposures is a photography exercise that I like to throw into the mix when we have just finished a big project or if students are in a creative rut. While we don't have analog cameras or shoot with film, the 36 Exposures exercise mimics the practice of not knowing what your exposures look like until you have shot all 36 frames. The biggest challenge my students faced was shooting all 36 Exposures in the given time. I only gave them 20 minutes to shoot in one location to allow for time to return to class and upload.
Project Duration (1-2 Days):