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AP Art Prompt - Photography

AP Art Prompt - Photography

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  • 1. Depth of field
    Create a formal composition Minimalist studies
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  • 3. Prompt: Create a series of photographs demonstrating Depth of field & formal composition.
    Depth of field is powerful factor that Photographers can use to emphasize shapes and forms.
    This link will take you to a tutorial with clear examples to help demonstrate what short & long depth of field looks like, and how to create it.
    http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials/depth-of-field.htm
    Tips: to create short depth of field set your camera Aperture on f 5.6 (use Av mode).
    1. experiment in the studio with soft lighting, white paper & eggs.
    2. Now plan a depth of field image in an outside setting – explore minimalist composition with similar objects.
    3. Extension – experiment with B&W as well as color versions of your series

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