Presentation on theme: "MODULE 15: PHOTOGRAPHY 2. 12 3 Photography 2 Yearbooks depend on PHOTO- JOURNALISM, the art of telling stories with photos. PHOTOS SHOW WHO, WHAT, WHERE,"— Presentation transcript:
MODULE 15: PHOTOGRAPHY 2
12 3 Photography 2 Yearbooks depend on PHOTO- JOURNALISM, the art of telling stories with photos. PHOTOS SHOW WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, WHY AND HOW. PHOTOS SHOW ENERGY. A VARIETY OF SHOTS ALL CONTRIBUTE INFORMATION TO A STORY.
12 3 Photography 2 FRAMED: The photographer stepped back slightly and allowed the books to be included for impact.
12 3 Photography 2 EMOTION IN MOTION: Win or lose, there is plenty of human drama to photograph when shooting sports.
12 3 Photography 2 TRIUMPH: Smiles and embraces tell the story. The ball provides necessary content to the image.
12 3 Photography 2 CENTER OF ATTENTION: Playground equipment frames the subject, who unaware of the photographer.
12 3 Photography 2 Strong photos are carefully COMPOSED. COMPOSITION REFERS TO THE ARRANGEMENT OF THE ELEMENTS IN A PHOTO. PHOTOGRAPHERS HAVE AN EYE FOR COMPOSITION TECHNIQUES. OTHER ELEMENTS ADD TO WELL-COMPOSED PHOTOS.
12 3 Photography 2 DETAILS: While faces are important, the lab equipment and hands are also a storytelling focal point.
12 3 Photography 2 SLICE OF LIFE: Life is full of everyday moments that make priceless, storytelling photos.
12 3 Photography 2 RULE OF THIRDS: Visual “hot spots” are created where vertical and horizontal guides intersect.
1 3 2 Photography 2 The TECHNICAL QUALITY of photos is as important as the content. HIGH QUALITY PHOTOS DO A BETTER JOB OF STORYTELLING. TECHNICAL QUALITY IS RELATED TO THE PHOTOGRAPHER'S KNOWLEDGE OF TOOLS. PHOTO EDITING SOFTWARE OFFERS MORE OPTIONS.
1 3 2 Photography 2 REPETITION: The repeating colors and the same happy reaction add interest to the photo.
1 3 2 Photography 2 TEXTURE: The white cream adds texture and dimension to this image captured at a pie toss.
1 3 2 Photography 2 The rope acts as a LEADING LINE, pointing to the main subject as he struggles to avoid the water.
1 3 2 Photography 2 The photographer’s ANGLE allows for the paper and pen to be included for detail.