Weekly 1 – Due Sept. 11

Watch 9 Photo Composition Tips:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZVyNjKSr0M&feature=youtu.be

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  2. List the 9 composition rules covered in this video?

13 Comments on “Weekly 1 – Due Sept. 11

  1. Lauren Cunningham
    1. Rule of the thirds
    2.Natural lines to lead the eye into the picture
    3.Diagonal lines create movement
    4. Natural frames (windows/doors)
    5.contrast between color and ground
    6. Fill the frame
    7. Center dominant eye
    8. Patterns and repetition
    9. Symmetry

  2. Mehari Bezawit
    I really like this video because it provides different ideas on how to take a picture. Personally, what I really like the most about this video is that it gives me more thoughts about pictures. I have learned that we can’t just take a picture carelessly, there are lot of things we have to think or consider before taking any pictures.

  3. 1. Place points of interest on intersection.
    2.Place important elements along lines.
    3.Use natural lines to lead the eye into pictures.
    4.Diagonal lines create great movement.
    5.Use natural frames like windows and doors.
    6.Find a contrast between subject and background.
    7.Get close to your subjects.
    8.Place the dominate eye in the center of the photo.
    9.Patterns are aesthetically pleasing.

  4. Shayla Wynder
    1.) Rule of the Thirds- place points of interest n intersections and important elements on lines
    2.) Leading Lines- Use natural lines to lead the eye into the picture
    3.) Diagonals- diagonals lines create great movement
    4.) Framing- Use natural frames like windows and doors
    5.) Figure to the ground- Find a contrast between subject and the ground
    6.) Fill in the Frame- get close to your subjects
    7.) Center Dominant eye- place the dominant eye in the center
    8.) Patterns and Repetitions- patterns are aesthetically pleasing and best when interrupted
    9) Symmetry

  5. John Barrie
    1.) place point of interests on intersections
    2.) Use natural lines to lead the eye into the picture
    3.) Diagonal lines create great movement
    4.) Use natural frames like windows and doors
    5.) Find a contrast between subject and background
    6.) Get close to your subjects
    7.) Place the dominant eye in the center of the photo
    8.) Patterns are aesthetically pleasing
    9.) symmetry is pleasing to the eye

  6. Kyla Willis-Palmore
    1. rule of thirds – place posts of interest on intersections
    2. leading lines -use natural lines to lead the eye into the picture
    3. Diagonals – diagonals create great movement
    4. framing- use natural frames like windows and doors
    5. figure to ground – find a contrast between subject and background
    6. fill the frame – get close to your subjects
    7. center dominant eye – place the dominant eye in the center of the photo
    8. patterns and repetition -patterns are aesthetically pleasing
    9. symmetry- is pleasing to the eye

  7. 1, rule of thirds-place posts of interest on intersections and position important element along the line
    2, Leading line- use natural line to lead the eye into the picture
    3, Diagonals-Diagonals line create great movement
    4, Framing-use natural frames like window and door
    5, Figure to ground-find a contrast between subject and background
    6, Fill the frame-get close to your subject
    7, Center dominant eye-place the dominant eye in the center of the photo
    8, Patterns and repetition-patterns are aesthetically pleasing
    9, Symmetry-is pleasing to the eye

    This video is helpful for us because it shows us how we can take a good picture and for me, the main point is to take a photograph on your way and style. I like the music and the photo in this video!

  8. Brigithe Urgilez
    1)Rule of thirds: place points of interest on intersections.
    2) Leading lines: use natural lines to lead the eye into the picture.
    3) Diagonals: create great movement.
    4) Framing: use natural frames like windows and doors.
    5) Figure to ground: find a contrast between subject and background.
    6) Fill the frame: get close to your subjects.
    7) Center dominant eye: gives the impression that the eyes follow you.
    8) Patters and repetition: are aesthetically pleasing, but sometimes the pattern is interrupted.
    9) Symmetry: is pleasing to the eye.

  9. 1. Rule of thirds: Place subjects on intersections of thirds in the photo
    2. Leading lines: Use lines to lead the viewer’s eye to the subject
    3. Diagonals: Make the picture more dynamic
    4. Framing: Use frames found in the picture
    5. Figure to ground: Contrast the subject and background
    6. Fill the frame: Don’t leave empty areas
    7. Center dominant eye: Put the dominant eye in the center
    8. Patterns and repetition: Patterns are aesthetically pleasing
    9. Symmetry: Is satisfying to the eye

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