Welcome to Fundamentals of Photography Part 1: Composition By Sierra Webb

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<ul><li>Slide 1</li></ul> <p>Welcome to Fundamentals of Photography Part 1: Composition By Sierra Webb Slide 2 1. Simplify Slide 3 a. Fill the frame Slide 4 b. Background Check Slide 5 2. Rule of Thirds Slide 6 a. Head Room Slide 7 b. Lead subject into the frame Slide 8 3. Frame your Subject Slide 9 4. Leading Lines Slide 10 5. Look for texture Slide 11 6. Look for color, or . Slide 12 Lack of color Slide 13 7. Check your reflection Slide 14 8. The Golden Hour Slide 15 9. Rotate your view Slide 16 10. Get high, get low Slide 17 11. Give a Sense of Scale Slide 18 Slide 19 DO Take your camera EVERYWHERE USE your camera EVERYWHERE Break the rules! Get UN-comfortable. Experiment. Try again. Replicate photos you admire THINK about your photos Slide 20 DONT 1. Perform amputations 2. Allow growths 3. Be afraid to take the photo 4. Break the law 5. Take photos that are better off purchased in the gift shop Slide 21 Camera Modes Portrait Mode Large aperture Macro Mode Short focal distance, short depth of field Landscape Mode Small aperture, great focused detail Sports or Action Mode High shutter speed to freeze action Night Mode Long shutter speed, short flash Movie Mode Records video, low quality, but useful Slide 22 </p>