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Photography Compositon Marilen Dolores 906 Mr.Johnston

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2. Following composition canenhance your photo. It helps takemore compelling photos, it hasnatural balance, and can drawattention to the main subject, orlead your viewers eyes into theimage. It combines differentelements together. 3. (2)(1) Imagining your image is(3) divided into 9 equal segmentsby 2 horizontal & vertical lines.It balances your photo andcreates a more interestingeffect. (1) is sectioned off tothe left and focuses on thedandelion. (2) is sectioned offto the left and focuses on theflower. (3) is sectioned off tothe right and focuses on thecard. 4. (1)(2) The subject is off center like the ruleof thirds. There is also a backgroundthat goes with the subject, but thebackground is less important. (1)smain subject is the tree bark, andthe background is the tree branch.(2) focuses on branch with leavesand has a background of many otherbraches with leaves. (3) has a mainfocus of the Sargent Park sign, andhas a background of a part of theschool and a flag.(3) 5. (2)(1)Lines affect the way you see the image by pulling you(3)towards the subject or a journey through the scene. There are different types of lines, straight, diagonal etc. All these images pulls you toward itself and makes you go on a journey through the scene. (1) has straight lines. (2) has straight lines. (3) has wavy lines. 6. (1)(2) There are natural and man-made (3)patterns surrounding us. They can enhanceyour image by catching compositions. Theyare in places where you least expect it. Itbreaks the symmetry or pattern in some way,and makes a focal point to the scene. All myimages contain symmetry and patterns. (1) hassymmetry right down the middle and haspatterns of squares. (2) has symmetry throughthe middle and has the doors as a pattern. (3)has symmetry right through the middle andhas the lockers as a pattern. 7. (2)(1) The view point of an image has a(3) great impact on our photo. You canshoot pictures from eye level, fromthe side, the ground, etc. (1) is takenfrom a ground level, having thecamera face up. (2) is taken from aside view. (3) is taken from theground, as it shows detail of therocks and dirt. 8. (2) (1) (3)The background is not affectingmain subject of the photo. Thebackground is plain, and does notdistract or detract from the subject.(1)s main focus is on the fire alarm,with a white background. (2)s mainfocus is the 3, with a white background. (3)s main focus is the shapestencil with a white background. 9. (1)(3)(2)Creating depth in a photo occurswhen there are objects in theforeground, middle ground, andback ground. (1) has bricks, more bricksthen a part of a building. (2) has lines,more lines, and a part of a wall. (3) hasmonkey bars, a pole, and a part of aschool. 10. (1)(2)There are natural frames around uslike trees and holes. Placing thesurroundings around the main subjecthelps focuses its attention to it. Itnaturally draws your eye to the mainpoint of interests. (1) uses trees tofocus on the cars. (2) uses lockersto focus on the people in the hallway.(3) has trees that frame the sides andhas the main focus of the lake.(3) 11. The main subject is cropped tightto eliminate the background. Itensures that the subject has theviewers attention. (1) focuses on theboxes, and blurs on the background.(2) focuses on the volleyball, andblurs on the background. (3) focuseson the card and blurs out theremaining cards in the background. 12. (2) (1)Basically a picture of anything. Thesephotos here have different view points,and also can be a part of rule of thirds.(1) has a viewpoint of looking up, andis sectioned off to the right. (2) has aviewpoint of looking upwards as well(3)and is sectioned to the left. (3) has anoblique view point, and does not havea busy background. 13. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Lake_Crescent_trees.jpg