WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCEBETWEEN A GOOD AND A BAD  PHOTOGRAPH/FRAME?  What makes a picture attractive is   the usage of certa...
Elements of good                  composition:2.   rule of the thirds3.   simplicity4.   use shape and form5.   sweeping c...
The first and foremost• Identify a subject  Which means identify  a point of interest• Make it simple .   most visual atte...
Basic rules to get a good             photograph• Use lines  Implied lines hold the  picture together. Use  lines in photo...
Basic rules to get a good            photograph• Use of foreground  and background• Positive and negative  space• Repetiti...
Basic rules to get a good            photograph• Use contrast  The eye will always  go to the lightest and  brightest colo...
Basic rules to get a good           photograph• Use good informal  balance .  Symmetric vs  asymmetric balance
• Use colors• Warm and cool
Warm tone
Basic rules to get a good          photographUse of foregroundA "frame" in a photographis something in theforeground that ...
Basic rules to get a good               photograph• The visual "center" of a picture is not the "bulls eye center", but th...
The big rule• Rule of Thirds
Rule of Thirds• The Rule of Thirds is based on the fact  that the human eye is naturally drawn to a  point about two-third...
Why the thirds ?• aligning a photograph with these points  creates more energy and interest in the  photo• The application...
EXTRAS• Texture• Pattern• Shapes
Good depth and good angle
Less depth , b/g blurred
Class 10 composition
Class 10 composition
Class 10 composition
Class 10 composition
Class 10 composition
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  1. 1. WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCEBETWEEN A GOOD AND A BAD PHOTOGRAPH/FRAME? What makes a picture attractive is the usage of certain techniques which make an immediate impact on the viewer. These are Basic rules of composition
  2. 2. Elements of good composition:2. rule of the thirds3. simplicity4. use shape and form5. sweeping curves6. use lines7. positive and negative space8. symmetry or asymmetry9. shadows and reflections10.frame11.color scheme12.contrast13.Usage of appropriate camera angle
  3. 3. The first and foremost• Identify a subject Which means identify a point of interest• Make it simple . most visual attention can be created by looking for ways to give visual simplicity
  4. 4. Basic rules to get a good photograph• Use lines Implied lines hold the picture together. Use lines in photographs to focus attention.• Use diagonals to generate motion, energy• Repetition …….collection• Use S curves
  5. 5. Basic rules to get a good photograph• Use of foreground and background• Positive and negative space• Repetition …….collection• Use S curves
  6. 6. Basic rules to get a good photograph• Use contrast The eye will always go to the lightest and brightest colors. Use contrast to identify subject/purpose
  7. 7. Basic rules to get a good photograph• Use good informal balance . Symmetric vs asymmetric balance
  8. 8. • Use colors• Warm and cool
  9. 9. Warm tone
  10. 10. Basic rules to get a good photographUse of foregroundA "frame" in a photographis something in theforeground that leads youinto the picture or givesyou a sense of where theviewer is. Framing canusually improve a picture.The "frame" doesn’t needto be sharply focused
  11. 11. Basic rules to get a good photograph• The visual "center" of a picture is not the "bulls eye center", but the intersection of vertical and horizontal thirds. Use thirds.• Use concept of lead room When the subject is capable of movement, such as an animal or person, it is best to leave space in front of the subject so it appears to be moving into, rather than out of, the photograph.• Avoid mergers—plants sticking out of peoples heads, telephone poles "rising" from shoulders, etc.
  12. 12. The big rule• Rule of Thirds
  13. 13. Rule of Thirds• The Rule of Thirds is based on the fact that the human eye is naturally drawn to a point about two-thirds up a page.• the main subjects should be located around one of the intersection points rather than in the center of the image
  14. 14. Why the thirds ?• aligning a photograph with these points creates more energy and interest in the photo• The application of the rule of thirds to photographs is considered by many to make them more aesthetically pleasing and professional-looking
  15. 15. EXTRAS• Texture• Pattern• Shapes
  16. 16. Good depth and good angle
  17. 17. Less depth , b/g blurred

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