SCRIPT Decide first, what is your frame? What do you want to show in the picture? If you want to show more things left to right, shoot horizontal. If you want to show more things top to bottom, shoot vertical. Decide on the details you want to show. Then make your decision, horizontal or vertical.
PRACTICE Take pictures of four different subjects.
Photograph two subjects which have mostly horizontal. Example: a banana lying on a table or a car.
Photograph two subjects which have mostly horizontal. Example, a thin person standing or a tall building.
Study your results. Write in 25-75 words your observations in your Progress Report.