Presentation on theme: "GRAPHY PHOTO Capture the moments. Before the Shoot –Understand the assignment »Usage –Brainstorm story assignment »Develop idea –Explore all photo possibilities."— Presentation transcript:
Photo Editing Show people in their “best light” Show people in their “best light” Keep faces out of the gutter Keep faces out of the gutter Do not drastically change shape Do not drastically change shape Do not crop important elements out of the photo Do not crop important elements out of the photo
Basic Digital Editing Guidelines Changes similar to darkroom techniques: Changes similar to darkroom techniques: cropping cropping toning contrast or dodging/burning toning contrast or dodging/burning removing dust/scratches removing dust/scratches
Photo manipulation Changing photo from its original appearance combining photos combining photos adding/removing objects adding/removing objects blurring objects blurring objects Digital photography and photo imaging software has made it easier to alter photos. Create a policy regarding what changes can be made and how changes should be labeled.
Altered photo - a photo has been changed but change would not be immediately recognized by viewer Photo illustration - photo never meant to be perceived as reality These types of changes need to be made for a reason (to illustrate idea). If a different photo can be used instead of altering the photo, that is best policy. Photo manipulation