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 byEmma Dixon
Modified over 4 years ago
Take Perfect Pictures…TODAY! Even a disposable can get you high quality photos.
Rule 1- Steady Hands Seems simple, but steady hands prevents blurry pictures. No one wants a blurry picture. Exhibit A
Rule 2 – Fill the Frame! Make sure your subject matter takes up the frame. Close-ups are flattering.
Rule 3 – Rule of Thirds Always break up the picture in 3rds.
Rule 4 – Level Horizon Make sure you have a nice horizontal line. Adjust according to subject matter.
Rule 5 – Good Light Shed some light on your subject! Good Bad
Rule 6 – Point of View Your frame of reference can change the feeling of a picture.
Rule 7 – Line it up Lines can be used to draw attention to the subject.
Submitted by Alex DeSpain University of Utah
Session two. Composition.
Composition 101 Defined as the arrangement or organization of items within the frame of the photo. Includes people, objects, background and foreground.
Get Close to your subject Your subject should be the star of your photos, and the one way to make that happen is to be sure you are close enough to the.
Research Services Georgia Baptist Convention Photography Basics - Composition Techniques to Becoming a Better Photographer
Most images from an amateur photographer are centered Artistically there are composition elements, such as lines, points, etc that define an image Photographs.
Composition Techniques Composition deals with the arrangement of subjects & directing the viewer’s eye through your image.
Five rules to always consider when taking pictures.
WHAT MAKES A GOOD PHOTOGRAPH? Composition. The selection, placement and arrangement of subjects within the picture area Means “putting together” Organization.
BasicsEdgeBook Curriculum Basics of Photography. BasicsEdgeBook -Types of cameras -Megapixels -Camera settings and use -Trouble shooting -Exposure and.
“Troubled Times” By: Victor Perykin “Tarnished Reputation” by: Chabanov.
Intro to Photography. What is Photography? The use of light An extension of your eye.
Intro to Video Composition
CAFOD’s guide to taking perfect pictures. Holding your camera o Always hold the camera steady with two hands, preferably with the strap around your neck,
ELEMENTS OF A GOOD PHOTO: 1.Exposure 2.Focus 3.Composition Which would you argue is the most important to get right while you are shooting your picture?
Benjamin Goliwas’ Photo Analysis. Depth of Field Depth of Field: The breadth of sharpness in an image. The greater the aperture (small Fstop) the smaller.
Elements of Photojournalism
Taking Good Photographs The Principles of Composition.
© 2018 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.