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Transcript of Photography
Rule of Thirds
Tree photographed one third
Rule of Thirds
Divided into thirds horizontally and vertically, the four intersecting spots are optional to where the most important subject of the photo is to be placed.
Where the person is taking the picture in relation to the subject.
Outline that is dark against a lighter background. Subject has relatively no detail
Lines typically lead the eyes towards whatever the subject may be. Diagonal lines are typically dynamic, where curved lines are graceful.
Enhances the effectiveness of the image, they create fascinating pictures,
Objects that are singled out from their environment, this shows detail and makes important subjects prominent.
Vertical trees vs curve
No clouds sky
The different types of clouds make for an interesting picture and add more to a plain blue background