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composition in Photography
composition in Photography
composition in Photography
composition in Photography
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composition in Photography
composition in Photography
composition in Photography
composition in Photography
composition in Photography
composition in Photography
composition in Photography
composition in Photography
composition in Photography
composition in Photography
composition in Photography
composition in Photography
composition in Photography
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  • 1. C omposition in photography Presented by M a r ia m a s f o u r
  • 2. C omposition in photography Composition is the arrangement of visual elements within the frame of a photograph.
  • 3. Snapshot vs. Photograph Snapshot is just a memory of something, event, person or an object.
  • 4. Snapshot vs. Photograph Photograph is an artistic interpretation of an event or person or object.
  • 5. Composition Depends on : Structure Balance Dynamic
  • 6. Structure structural elements Position Line Shape non-structural elements Light Texture Perspective Motion
  • 7. the Nine-Grid Zone - Theorem of thirds. - Each zone needs to produce a different effect in order to be doing its Job. - Most of the zones may be exactly the same with one or two different zone. (ex) - Weighing a photograph
  • 8. the Nine-Grid Zone Some effects we can achieve by positioning weighing toward the bottom
  • 9. the Nine-Grid Zone center-weighted photograph (static subject)
  • 10. the Nine-Grid Zone Slightly off-center whieghted toward the top, bottom, one side,….
  • 11. Line and Shape Line and Shape are the building blocks of the photograph. Control them and Don’t allow them to control you. They can help You a lot to control the eye of the viewer when exploring your photograph.
  • 12. Line We have 3 types of lines : Horizontal Vertical Diagonal
  • 13. HOriZontal line Makes you feel relax Ex: the distant horizon. A Question: Why do you think he had put the line on the upper line zone and didn’t used the lower ?
  • 14. VertiCal line Makes you feel the power of Height Specially when the photo is in the portrait format (ex) a building, a tree, a person.
  • 15. DiaGonal line The strongest type, Use it to guide your viewers eye to your main subject Also, imagine it makes the flat 2D plane of a photograph into a 3D sense
  • 16. Shape The shape affect the photograph by two ways : where it is +ve where it isn't –ve Composition takes care to make the –ve space interesting
  • 17. Shape What is the negative space? The area between the borders of the shape and the borders of the frames The closer these borders to each others the more interesting the negative space will be
  • 18. Balance
  • 19. Balance Balance is an equal relationship between two things or more. A photograph is balanced when various elements weigh the same That don’t mean they should take the same amount.
  • 20. Balance
  • 21. Dynamic Dynamic is the movement of a viewer's eye as it explores a photograph.
  • 22. Dynamic Ideal dynamic, 1-Move begin with the most important subject (primary subject) 2-Proceeds to less Important ones (secondary subjects) 3-Makes a full circle back to the primary subject again
  • 23. Dynamic In a poorly composed photograph The eye of the viewer may stuck to one of the secondary objects
  • 24. Dynamic How can we do to control dynamic -Try to arrange your subjects in the frame -Try to make your main Subject big -Try to make it near -Try to make your main different (ex) by light intensity by colors -Use lines to guid the viewer
  • 25. Dynamic Using lines in dynamic In this case the diagonal helps a lot Look at the photograph don’t you feel these diagonal lines leading your eye to this train
  • 26. Dynamic Implied lines (ex) Some one looking
  • 27. Top 10 tips… 1- Back Ground, Back Ground, Back Ground….. 2- keep it simple. 3- get in close. 4- Personalize it . 5- Get into the habit of scanning the edges of the frame.
  • 28. Top 10 tips… 6- Edit your image. 7- shoot a lot of frames 8- Raise your aspiration . 9- study photography. 10- Always carry a camera with you.

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