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Brittany and angelas power point of photographic elements

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  • We used fake names for our protection.
  • This picture is view point because Angela standed on I chair to talk a downwards picture of Brittany.
  • This is patterns because all the lockers line up and form a pattern.
  • This is framing because the locker frames Brittany.
  • This is balance because the two garbage cans balance them out.
  • This is lines because you can see the lines in the shelf.
  • This is background because it is Austins face and the background is just blue.
  • This is cropping because it originally was lgoan’s face but then we used publisher to crop his face so its just his teeth. We also used a variety of websites to whiten his yellow teeth and to pop out his tongue.
  • This is depth because at the front you can see Austin then in the second spot ou can see Brittany and last way down at the end of the hall you can see lgoan.
  • This is simplicity because it is just a picture of a lock.
  • This is rule of thirds because if you draw the rule of third lines you would see that it matched Austin eyes and his face.

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  • 1. Photographic Elements By. Charlie Esmond and Angela Cherniak
  • 2. Patterns
  • 3. Balance
  • 4. Lines
  • 5. Depth