HISTORY: a contact sheet is a positive print of all the negative images from one film roll, made by a contact printing process so that all the images are the same size as the negative. A contact sheet is a useful way of seeing which are the best images on a film so you can decide which ones to make enlargements from.
Even though we work digitally, the practice of making a contact sheet is useful so that we can see all images from a shoot, collected in one space. I will have you turn in contact sheets for most assignments moving forward, so let's practice!
For your first contact sheet, I'd like you to upload the photos you took for your "NOUN: people, places, and things" Photography Challenge. Some of you might have only taken a few photos. Others might have taken dozens. Upload a minimum of 6 and a maximum of 20.
Once you've created the contact sheet, upload to "the drive" under "Noun Contact Sheet". Title it with your "Last, First (name), noun CS, class period".