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Devvan Davis Photo Project Lines, depth of field, perspective, and rule of thirds
Rule of Thirds Zach Dischner via photopin cc Zach Dischner 1.Rocks 2.Mount edge 3.sky Cc: none Mountain range sun seting
Rule of Thirds Zach Dischner via photopin cc \ Zach Dischner 1.Water 2.Darker part of the sky 3.Then form the sun up Sunset over sea
Lines -Reji via photopin cc reji Noncommercial No derivatives The lines from the out side draw your eyes to the center Golden palace
Lines nick.garrod via photopin cc Nick garrod Noncommercial No derivatives The curved lines from the outside in Roof of room
Depth of field Expres s Monorail via photopin cc Express Monorail Noncommercial No derivatives The background is blurry beaker
Depth of field brianjmatis via photopin cc Brian j. Matis Non commercial Share alike The background is barely legible Fallout bobble head
Perspective Zach Dischner via photopin cc Zach Dischner The camera is looking up at the sky Stars and fire works lighting up the sky
Perspective Stuck in Customs via photopin cc Look at an angle toward corner of room. Palace multi colored stone Trey Ratclif Non commercial
Alex’s Elements of Photography Alexis Mireles. Perspective This picture is perspective because it looks like they took the picture from the bottom of.
Elements Of Photography Caitlyn Bell. Rule Of Thirds I think this picture is Rule Of Thirds because the little bridge is in the lower left hand corner.
Damien’s photo of elements Damien swarthout. Perspective I think this is a example because it is a side by side and a under view of the arch. Owner: Barack.
Salvation’s photo Elements. Line I feel that this picture represents lines because throughout the tower lines are going up and down the tower. Lines are.
Photography By: Kody Westerhaus. Perspective This is a picture of the Eiffel Tower taken from a perspective looking up at the Eiffel Tower. Owner: anirudh.
Paige’s Pics and Elements By: Paige Smith. Line This picture is line because the spiraling line from the stairs leads your eyes to the statue at the bottom.
Elements of Photography Jesus Tovar. Depth of field I think it’s depth of field because you cant see much of the background. Owner: ginnerobot License.
Elements of photography Hannah Chesshire. Rule of thirds I think this is rule of thirds because the turtle balances the image Owner:JD Hancock information:
Sara’s Photo Elements! By: Sara Kim. Leading Lines The blinds lead you the sun peeking in through and also the hand and the tree tops outside. Owner:
Photo Creations By:Jarrettgolidzen. line i think this is a good example of line cause the dock and lights off the water draw you in to the bridge. Owner:
Victoria’s Photo Elements Victoria Miranda. Line This photo could be the element of line because if you look at the roof of the abandoned church, there.
ELEMENTS OF PHOTOGRAPHY KEVIN,MCGEE. Depth of field I picked this picture for depth of field because the people in the back are blurred out Owner: Keith.
Allen's photos Allen Romero. Line The lines of the columns lead your eye Owner: License information: Attribution No Derivatives Non-Commercial Share Alike.
Taylor’s Lovely Photo Elements! By: Taylor Booth.
Elements of Photography >_< Manuel Antillon. Perspective This has perspective because It’s in a angle where you can see the top of the plane and it is.
Elements Of Photography For My Pictures Yuuri Schott.
Israel photo Israel. line A bridge Owner:photo credit: Thomas Hawk via photopin cc License information: Attribution No Derivatives Non-Commercial Share.
Elements of Photography By: Mallory Hamilton. Perspective I think this photo is an example of perspective because the person who took this photo must.
Philip loves peanut butter Philip bunker. perspective I picked this because they are at a different angle Owner: Frans person License information: Attribution.
Elements of Photography Caleb Caruso. Line This is line and leading lines because all the poles are lines, and all of the poles are also leading to the.
Brandyn’s Powerpoint on the Elements of Photography By Brandyn Elliott.
Donte’s elements Donte long. Depth of fields I think its depth of field because the background is blurred out Owner: License information: Attribution.
AJ’s Photos. perspective I think its perspective because you can tell the person that took this picture had to either bend down or squat to get this picture.
Elements Of Photography By: Madison Bowman Line PERSPECTIVEPERSPECTIVE Depth of field Rule of thirds.
A photos elements Hunter, Hogue. Line Because the water spout has a line going up it drawing attention to your eyes and rule of thirds. Owner: Doug Keeney.
Deja’s Photography Deja Hall. Perspective I think that this is a great example of perspective, because the way the picture is taken is from a really good.
Ana’s Photo Elements By: Anastasija Wing. Depth of Field This Is A Photo Of A Cosplayer The Background Resents Depth of Field. Owner: Anna Fischer License.
Aaron’s Imagery Aaron Woodard. Depth of Field This photo of “Ring a Duck” Represents Depth of field because after the closest tub the background got progressively.
Makiyah’s Elements of Photography Makiyah Ellis Ingram.
Stephany’s elements of photography Stephany lechuga.
Paloma’s Non-Basic Pics! By: Paloma Picazo. Line I think this is good for line because there are lots of them on this picture of the Eiffel Tower. When.
Elements of Photography By: Robert Webb. Perspective 1 I love the angle at which ecstaticist took this. I chose this for perspective because the sun reflects.
Kalyn’s elements of Photography Kalyn Flowers. Perspective This is perspective because it’s a close up picture and its at an angle. Owner: Paul Bica License.
Deshawn’s Elements Deshawn Grady. Rule of thirds Its rule of thirds because in the bottom left there are trees and in the top right there is a strip of.
Alan’s Elements Of Photography Alan Menold. Rule of Thirds I think this is a good example of Rule Of Thirds because the turtle is in the left half of.
JT’s Photo Elements By: JT Reeves. Rule of Thirds I believe it is the Rule of Thirds because you can easily separate the photo into thirds horizontally.
Dustin’s Elements of Photography Dustin Bailey. Depth of field The flower and the bee are in focus and everything else is out of focus. Owner: jpellgen.
Elements of photography Danny Young. Depth of field The table in front of Zatsune Miku is blurred out so you can see that the main part is Zatsune. Owner:
Jamarcus Elements Jamarcus Pugh. line You can look at the picture and tell its line. One reason why its line is that the bushes are in all types of line.
George’s elements. line How this shows line is the round circular things have lines. Owner:Joe Penniston License information: Attribution No Derivatives.
Rebecca Photos! Rebecca Pierce Hour: 1st. Line The reason why I think it is line because, when I first seen the photo all I seen was lines so then I already.
My Photography Elements! By: Kynadi Harris. Depth of Field I think this element is Depth of Field because you aren’t able to identify what’s the object.
Composition Assignment. Dunes in the Sahara Desert This picture has good use of lines, a simple background, and it is balanced. Lines in this picture.
My Elements Of Photography Kora Powers. Rule Of Thirds I think this is Rule Of Thirds is because if you draw your imaginary tic-tac toe lines, the main.
Breanna’s Elements Of Photography Breanna Lambeth.
Thane’s Elements of Photography By: Thane McDaniel.
Elements of Photography Project By: Delani List. Line The top of all the sailboats is a line and the poles are a leading line to the sun. Owner: Sheba_Also.
Compositon Background Simplified Background Simplified Background Included Background Included Rule of Thirds Rule of Thirds Leading Lines Leading Lines.
Derick walter. Line The lines on the bottom books lead your eyes to the batman book. Owner: StevenGuzzardi License information: Attribution Non-Commercial.
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