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Published on March 5, 2014

Author: gmbender

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4-H photography rubric used in judging.

_________________ Division - Class Florida 4-H PHOTOGRAPHY Judging Rubric Possible Points Required Elements (4) Focus (4) 4 3 2 1 Photo release/label statement completed but not legible Photo release/label statement incomplete but legible Sharp focus of subject Good focus of subject Focus marginal in subject Use of light is adequate, perhaps not exactly achieving a desired emotion. May have some unwanted shadows. The photo is dark, underexposed. Could have added „fill flash‟ to remedy somewhat Comments Blurry focus of subject Light is used to produce a desired emotion and greatly achieves this through PTs Photo release/label statement incomplete. Light causes the photo to be overexposed. Difficult to fix. Photo does not seem to have a subject. Photo release/label statement completed and legible. Sharpness quality of subject Lighting (4) Illumination of subject visibility, clarity and texture without creating unwanted shadows. Subject (4) It is obvious who or what the subject is. It is obvious who or what the subject is. It is unclear who or what the subject is. Subject used to deliver a message in a creative way all of the “rules” of composition and lighting to emphasis the subject. some of the “rules” of composition and lighting to emphasis the subject. at least one of the “rules” of composition and lighting) but does not clearly emphasis the subject Composition(4) Photos are simple and uncluttered The Rule of Thirds is used as a guide for placement of the subject in the photo. Photos are simple and uncluttered The Rule of Thirds is not necessarily followed, but at least the subject is not centered in the frame. Caught attention; shows merit Photos are cluttered, Subject is in the center of the photo. Photos seem to lack in purpose. Acceptable; common Not remarkable; lacks imagination Blue Ribbon (24-22 points) Red Ribbon (21-20 points) The pleasing selection and arrangement of subjects within the picture area. Impact & Creativity (4) TOTAL (24) WOW factor; unique Award One White Ribbon (19-17 points) Total Points Earned: ________________________ Name ________________________ County/Club

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