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Elements and Principles of Photography
Transcript of Elements and Principles of Photography
Simple. but still powerful enough to direct the eye
- clear edges
- well defined
- natural, less-defined edges
Three dimensional with depth
Draws the eye to what's important or interesting and brings emotion.
Shades of Black and White
Elements of Photography
Set of tools that you can use to compose great photographs.
Feelings are important
Space relates to he distances within a piece of art. Whether it be between certain topics or aspects within the setting of the art. Space can be found in multiple dimensions or i different types of light.
Symmetrical balance-when all of the objects in the photo are placed on either side of a specific point essentially mirroring its own shape.
Asymmetrical balance-one or more objects that contrast one another are balancing either side of a specific point.
Radial symmetry-an arrangement constitutes, especially of radiating parts, about a central point.
Color and value differences
When you need to get noticed
The movement is the way the photographers eye is directed and it is often areas to emphasis in the photo.
Repeating pieces in a photo.Color and lighting can create pattern. It creates "visual" harmony.
Principles of Photography
How to organize the elements to make dynamic compositions.
Rhythm, similar to pattern, is the repartition of an element but there are breaks in the pattern. This makes the image more interesting and makes the viewers eye travel around the image.
When all elements are in harmony. No one part is more important than the whole image.
Repetition of elements
Focal Point is not obstructed
Visual movement: draws you're eye around.
Actual movement: blurr or frozen