This assignment will have you prove to yourself that you understand how to create motion within a photograph and create a shallow depth of field. It's a two part assignment and will require that you upload two different photos to the student workspace.
The first photograph should be captured using a slow shutter speed on a moving subject which will create the illusion of motion within a two dimensional space.
The second photograph should be a shot of a shallow depth of field. The objects in your foreground should be in focus while your background should be slightly blurred.
If you don't have manual control over your camera you should reverse the rules for the second photograph.
If you don't have manual control of your camera your first photo should be of a fast shutter speed where you freeze a fast moving object of your choice. Most cameras that don't have manual control have a fast shutter speed by default.
Your second photo should be of the largest possible depth of field you can achieve. Again, most cameras that don't have manual control of this feature are usually built to capture a large depth of field.