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‘   without words’
Without Words.......       Without Words.......Things you need to think   Photographic elements forabout:                 ...
We will be exploring:The old: Imogen Cunningham   And the new: Walter Hugo
What makes a good Composition
FictionOrreality?Tim Hetherington
How to creativelycontrol Lighting
How to manage Cropping &framing
Using expressiontotell a story
Creating a focalpoint
The use of location
Mark Robert Harper
Using props
Movement &Stillness
Using Cameraangles               Bill Brandt
Rodchecko
Portraits as Symbolism
Editing and special effects                              Misha                              Cordin
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  1. 1. ‘ without words’
  2. 2. Without Words....... Without Words.......Things you need to think Photographic elements forabout: this unit:• Atmosphere • Composition• Model choice • Framing• Location • Lighting• Props/Costumes • Depth of field• Make Up • Expression• Lighting • Camera angle• Composition • Texture • Contrast • Background & foreground • Focal point • Balance
  3. 3. We will be exploring:The old: Imogen Cunningham And the new: Walter Hugo
  4. 4. What makes a good Composition
  5. 5. FictionOrreality?Tim Hetherington
  6. 6. How to creativelycontrol Lighting
  7. 7. How to manage Cropping &framing
  8. 8. Using expressiontotell a story
  9. 9. Creating a focalpoint
  10. 10. The use of location
  11. 11. Mark Robert Harper
  12. 12. Using props
  13. 13. Movement &Stillness
  14. 14. Using Cameraangles Bill Brandt
  15. 15. Rodchecko
  16. 16. Portraits as Symbolism
  17. 17. Editing and special effects Misha Cordin
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