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Composición: Técnicas de énfasis en fotografía

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Dario Sosa

on 2 May 2015

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Transcript of Composición: Técnicas de énfasis en fotografía

Composición: Técnicas de énfasis en fotografía

El acto fotográfico
Mirar
Enmarcación
Iluminación Selectiva
Fotógrafos
Tamaño Relativo
Líneas convergentes/Punto de fuga
Repetición/Ritmo
Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
Mirar lo mirado
Proponer una mirada de lo mirado
Componer
Técnicas de énfasis
Ángulos
Planos
Colocación
Regla de tercios
Puntos áureos
Punto fuerte
Enfoque Selectivo
Movimiento
Color
Henri Cartier Bresson
William Klein
Ansel Addams
Robert Capa
David Seymour
Ernst Hass
Richard Avedon

William Egglestone
Steve McCurry
Stephen Shore
Guy Bourdin
Pete Turner
Diane Arbus
Martin Parr

¡Gracias!
Contactos:
dario.sosa@gmail.com

@D4R105054
Stephen Shore


Ginger Shore, Causeway Inn, Tampa, Florida, November 17, 1977
Alexander Rodchenko
Escalera de socorro
1925
New York City
1965
Joel Meyerowitz
Muerte de un miliciano
1936
Robert Capa
Children in Seville, Spain
1933
Henri Cartier-Bresson
Paul Strand
Paul Strand
Bikini, Moscow
1959
William Klein
Boy Pointing Gun
1954-55
William Klein
Henri Cartier-Bresson
Model in empty blue swim
Guy Bourdin
Gordon Parks: American Gothic
1942
"No hay reglas para los buenos fotógrafos,

solo hay buenos fotógrafos."
Ansel Adams
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