We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byZackary Freese
Modified over 2 years ago
Photography Created by john cutsinger
It’s A Picture Book! Every photograph contributes dramatic impact to telling the stories of the year.
Bryant High School | Bryant, AR
Storytelling Photos Action Candids capturing peak of the moment Reaction Candids showcasing emotional responses Snapshot/environmental portraits Posed photos telling one-of-a-kind stories or featuring unique personalities Illustration Icons adding dimensions to verbal content Digitally altered and/or posed photos symbolizing visual content
Snapshot | Environmental
Integrating Photos Content variety: before, during and after 75-80% action 10-15% reaction 5-10% snapshot/illustration Size and shape Vertical/horizontal/square Composition Single subject/multi-subject/crowd Artistic diversity Compositional concepts
Size & shape
Single / multi / group subjects
Angle of View Bird’s eye Worm’s eye Side view Above view
Leading looks/lines Imaginary or real lines lead the reader to the subject (CVI - center of visual interest) and heighten content appeal
Framing Use of objects or people to frame and draw attention to CVI
Selective focus Subject(s) or CVI are in focus while background and/or foreground is blurred
Repetition/patterns Repetition or patterns of people, expressions or surroundings lead viewers to the CVI
Silhouettes Subject appears black because light source is behind subject and not the photographer
Rule of thirds Photo is divided into thirds vertically and horizontally: subject is placed on one of the intersecting lines or hot spots
Photo Trends “Just us” photos Facebook/Tumblr-like posed photos Black/white and color images Selective color, duotones, transparency Unusual cropping COB, partial COB, tight Illustrative and environmental Personal profile photos
Just us photos
Specialized color | Milwee MS, Longwood, FL
Unusual cropping | Walton HS, Marietta, GA
So What Really Snaps About These?
Thank You! firstname.lastname@example.org
Workshop art & color palette OVERALL COLORS: Used for the theme graphic 114 12 134 255 165 33 95 142 0
Storytelling Photos. Photo Process Brainstorming topic Use formal process to develop coverage ideas Photo selection Consider technical quality and compositional.
Photography Basics. Composition to AVOID, like the plague Position of the subject Misplaced objects No center of visual interest Inappropriate composition.
Photos. Storytelling Photos Action Candids capturing peak of action Reaction Candids illuminating emotional responses Scrapbook/environment portraits.
Curriculum ~ Photography Tips & tricks Photography 101 Tips and tricks to getting THE shot!
Curriculum ~ Photography Composition of a Photo Composing Storytelling Photos.
Elements of Composition. Angle of view Bird’s eye view – high Worm’s eye view – low.
Lights,Camera, Action &… Reaction, scrapbook, illustrative photos Summer 2005 Presented by Your Name.
More than a snapshot Storytelling photojournalism.
Great Photographers NOT expensive camera take great picture Laura Moore Yearbook and Newspaper Adviser New Palestine High School
MODULE 15: PHOTOGRAPHY Photography 2 Yearbooks depend on PHOTO- JOURNALISM, the art of telling stories with photos. PHOTOS SHOW WHO, WHAT, WHERE,
Photo Composition. Framing Composing a photo so that the subject is surrounded (framed) by the content – sky, ground, people – that highlights the subject.
Composition 101 Defined as the arrangement or organization of items within the frame of the photo. Includes people, objects, background and foreground.
Image Composition Fundamentals of Creating Engaging Images.
[ photojournalism ] Photojournalism tells stories by: > capturing action > freezing reaction > setting the scene > showing conflict > capturing emotion.
Components of Photography By Michael Flax. Focal Point ________________________________ ________________________________ ________________________________.
Principles of Design and Photography. The principles of design help us organize and arrange the elements of art in our photographs. Unlike, the elements.
Rules/Guidelines for strong photos No background Simplified background Included background Center of interest Rule of 1/3’s High camera angle Flat camera.
Photography 1-2. The basic principle behind the rule of thirds is to imagine breaking an image down into thirds (both horizontally and vertically) so.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.