Presentation on theme: "COMPOSITIONAL FORMATS 1.Rule of Thirds 2.Symmetrical vs. Asymmetrical 3.Leading Lines 4.Frame in a Frame."— Presentation transcript:
COMPOSITIONAL FORMATS 1.Rule of Thirds 2.Symmetrical vs. Asymmetrical 3.Leading Lines 4.Frame in a Frame
Rule of Thirds The scene is divided into thirds, horizontally and vertically (9 boxes) A grid on the screen of the camera The subject is placed off center at an intersecting point Adds interest and appeal COMPOSITIONAL FORMATS
Rule Of Thirds
SYMMETRICAL vs. ASYMMETRICAL (same on both sides) (not the same)
SYMMETRICAL or ASYMMETRICAL?
COMPOSITIONAL FORMATS Leading Lines (Horizontal or Vertical) Curved Lines Used to draw the eye to the subject
LEADING LINES www.betterphoto.com www.josten.com
LEADING LINES www.josten.com
CURVED LINES www.betterphoto.com
COMPOSITIONAL FORMATS Frame in a Frame a/k/a Framing
COMPOSITIONAL FORMATS How is Framing different from Leading Lines? How is Symmetrical different from Asymmetrical? How would you define Rule of Thirds?