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The Elements and Principles of Art in Photography

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Rachel Fisk

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Line is the elements of art that refers to a point moving in space This is a color photograph of a ferris wheel with many features in texture and design.
This photo show the element of art, line, in many different ways. The outline of the ferris wheel is nothing but lines and the ride has a lot of lines within the photo and lines are everywhere throughout it. Shape and Form Shape is the element of art that refers to when its created and a line meets itself, it can either be geometric, everyday objects, or organic, more natural things, and they are flat and 2-D.
Form is the element of art that refers to a similar figure as a shape, but has volume and is three-dimensional. Photo 1- Line Value is the elements of art that refers to the darkness and the lightness in a composition. Color Color is the element of art that is produced when light, striking an object, is reflected back to the eye. Color has three different qualities, hue, saturation, and value. These define color: hue- name of a color, saturation- intensity or purity of a color, and value- lightness or darkness or a color. Space is the element of art that refers to a two-dimensional arrangement of objects in a photograph. It also refers to the three-dimensional illusion of depth in the image. Texture is the element of art that refers to the appeals to the sense of touch, it's a physical sensation and memory. Texture makes a photograph look real and suggests it is three-dimensional, rather that the two-dimensional object it really is. Photo 1- Value Photo 1- Texture Photo 2- Texture Photo 1- Shape and Form Photo 2- Shape and Form Balance Pattern Movement and Rhythm Unity Emphasis Balance is the principle of art that is concerned with the arrangement of one or more elements in a work of art so that they appear symmetrical or asymmetrical in design and proportion. Unity is the principle of art that gives a feeling of completeness created by the use of elements in the artwork. Rhythm is the principle of art that is the regular repetition of particular forms or elements occurring in a work of art and it suggests motion.
Movement is the principle of art that shows actions, or alternatively, the path the viewer's eye follows throughout an artwork. Variety Proportion Pattern is the principle of art that refers to repetition and showing consistency with colors or lines. Variety is the principle of art that refers to the quality or state of having different forms or types, and difference in size and color. Proportion is the principle of art that refers to a measurement of the size and quantity of elements within a composition. Emphasis is the principle of art that refers to to the created center of interest, the place in an artwork where your eye first lands.
The Elements
and Principles of Art in
Photography Rachel Hr.2 Grade 9 Photo 1- Color Line Value Space Texture Photo 2- Line This black and white photograph looks to be a picture that someone took while looking up at a certain building.
This black and white photo shows line by all the straight and diagonal lines going up, guide to the part of a the photo that your suppose to see.
The lines make your eyes want to go farther back into the photo of what is not even their.
Your eyes are guided by the lines in this photograph. This color photograph of an older red truck that looks to have been remodeled.
It represents shape and form because it holds a certain shape that cannot be take away.
Also, its three-dimensional, which would make it a form as well as a shape. This is a color photograph of a wet green and red apple.
I chose it for shape and form because it has a circular/oval shape. Its shape represents what it is.
It is three-dimensional, so its also a form. This is a black and white photograph of what looks to be a farm and there is a storm blowing in.
I chose this photo for value because it has a lot of differences in lightness and darkness of a darker hue. Photo 2- Value This color photograph is of a beautiful sunset on the shore of a beach.
I chose it for value because it has different yellow and blue colors, darker in some places and lighter in others. This is a color photograph of a lamp outside someones house.
I chose it for color because it has a variety of colors mixed in throughout the whole photo.
It uses all the colors of the color wheel; a rainbow. This is a color photograph of a lone green leaf.
I chose this photo for texture because you can really see the texture of the leaf through its ridges and the lines throughout the picture. Photo 2- Color Photo 1- Emphasis This is a color photograph of trees in a forest along a lake or river.
I chose this photo for color because throughout it displays splashs of color that make the photo look nice.
Some trees are a normal fall color, while others are a very pretty orange, red, and what looks to be a blue-violet color. Photo 1- Space This is a color photograph
I see a lot of light poles and it looks to be some kind of batting cage or tennis court
I chose this photo for space because ot how the poles are aligned.
They seem to create an allusion of depth because they fall back into the picture and thats where your eye follows as if it should go further. Photo 2- Space This is a color photo of a some block shapes that are sitting on a table with something silver things, maybe lights, behind them.
I chose this photo for space because the objects in the photo are arranged in such a way that it creates the allusion of depth. This is a color photo of a stone staircase that leads upward.
I chose this photo for texture because you can just look at it and tell that if you were to touch it in real life that it would have a rough texture by the way the rocks are aligned. This is a color photo of a bridge and the woods.
I chose this photo for balance because this image shows asymmetrical balance.
On the left there are trees, which is part of nature, and then on the right side we have a bridge which is man made.
It has a balance because of the water on the bottom showing the reflection of the Bridge and Trees. Photo 1- Balance Photo 2- Balance This is a color photo of a well-designed garden with many colors.
I chose this photo for balance because if you were to cut this image in half then it would be pretty much symmetrical. Photo 1- Unity Photo 2- Unity This is a color photo of a red shack in an open field.
I chose this photo for unity because the shack is put to where it looks like it is seperate form the image. This is a color photo of a yellow sheet with black and orange dots.
I see apples, oranges, and lemons, as it looks. Photo 1- Proportion Photo 2- Emphasis Photo 1- Pattern Photo 1- Movement/Rhythm Photo 2- Movement/Rhythm Photo 2- Proportion Photo 1- Variety Photo 2- Variety This is a color photograph of a pile of many different shells.
I chose this picture for variety because it has a variety of shells that are different colors, shapes, and sizes. This is a color photograph of many different skittles.
I chose this photo for variety because it has a variety of different flavors in skittles. All different colors. This is a color photograph of colored pencils aligned in a wavy design.
I chose this photo for movement and rhythm because it has a alternating rhythm and it has movement by the movement of how the pencils are place that guides your eye through the picture. This is a black and white photograph what looks to be just a lot of moving bars.
I chose this photo for movement and rhythm because the bars seem to be going at a progressive rhythm and the it looks as if the bars are moving. This is a color photograph of many lines of chairs.
I chose this photo for pattern because all the chairs are lined up in many rows and each row looks exactly the same, which is repetition, or pattern. This is a color photograph of what looks to be a cardinal sitting on a tree limb
I chose this photo for emphasis because the thing that is really emphasized in this image is the cardinal with its bright red feathers that stand out in the photo. This is a color photograph of the blue sky with clouds and the green grass as the ground.
I chose this photo for proportion because the sky is given more importance because it is dramatically bigger than the ground. This is a black and white photo of a person standing next to a large building of some kind.
I chose this photo for proportion because as you can see the person is much much smaller than the thing he/she is standing next to. This is a color photograph of a few chair sitting around a table with one bright yellow chair.
I chose this photo for emphasis because when you first look at the picture, the first thing you see is that yellow chair, therefore, it stands out and is being emphasized. Photo 2- Pattern This is a color photograph of a carpet of many colors and designs.
I chose this photo for pattern because it displays many patterns, designs, and includes repetition throughout its patterns and designs.
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