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Copy of The Seven Principles of Design
Transcript of Copy of The Seven Principles of Design
in Black & White Photography
The Principles of Design
The way the elements are arranged to create a feeling of stability in a work – parts of equal visual weight.
A way of combining visual elements to produce a sense of action – or implied motion.
A visual tempo or beat – often described as alternating, regular, flowing, progressive or jazzy.
A large difference between two things: for example, rough and smooth or white and black.
Area in a work of art that catches and holds the viewer’s attention.
Repetition of elements such as color, line or shape to create an overall design.
A feeling that all of the parts are working together as a team – the quality of wholeness.
The blurry lights going back to the vanishing point give you the feeling of movement.
By Alexander Khokhlov
There is contrast in the black & white theme and contrast in how the picture shows a front view and profile view of a face.
This image places emphasis on the bubble floating in the air because it is colorful and everything else is black & white.
by Joel Zimmer
The way the paper is cut out in the photograph shows a repeating pattern that is really interesting.
This image has unity because the parts are all made of the same material even though part of it is human and part is architectural.
by Matt wisniewski
This image has many types of patterns that are changing, creating a kind of rhythm.
Rhythm of Black and White
and light areas in the picture
balance each other out.
(winter tree silhouette)
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