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The Art of seeing<br />Composition Tips & Techniques<br />
{Composition}<br /><ul><li>Relates to the placement of what you see through the view finder…</li></li></ul><li>{Compositio...
The closer an object is to a lens, the more its focus point moves, and so the more the lens must be moved to compensate…</...
DOF {ROCKS}<br /><ul><li>Play with it and have fun!</li></li></ul><li>{unique} focus<br /><ul><li>Think outside the box;
Experiment;
Have fun with it!</li></li></ul><li>Rule of {thirds}<br /><ul><li>Imagine that there is a grid that divides the image into...
Shift to the right or the left
Tilt your camera up or down</li></li></ul><li>{Express} yourself<br />“A great photograph is a full expression of what one...
The Art Of Seeing
The Art Of Seeing
The Art Of Seeing
The Art Of Seeing
The Art Of Seeing
The Art Of Seeing
The Art Of Seeing
The Art Of Seeing
The Art Of Seeing
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  1. 1. The Art of seeing<br />Composition Tips & Techniques<br />
  2. 2. {Composition}<br /><ul><li>Relates to the placement of what you see through the view finder…</li></li></ul><li>{Composition}<br /><ul><li>How you knowingly set up the shot based on what you see …</li></li></ul><li>{Composition}<br /><ul><li>Fill the viewfinder …</li></li></ul><li>{Composition}<br /><ul><li>Good photographs are pleasing to the eye, so using compositional keys will help you, as a photographer; unlock the door to producing top-notch photographs consistently…</li></li></ul><li>{Finding} Focus<br /><ul><li>The distance from the surface of the lens to the focus point is called the focal length…
  3. 3. The closer an object is to a lens, the more its focus point moves, and so the more the lens must be moved to compensate…</li></li></ul><li>{Depth of field}<br /><ul><li>Controlling what is in focus, in a photograph, can seriously enhance the feel or mood…</li></li></ul><li>{Wide} dof<br /><ul><li>Everything in the photo is in focus or sharp…</li></li></ul><li>{Shallow} dof<br /><ul><li>The foreground is in focus and the background is blurry…</li></li></ul><li>{bokeh}<br />
  4. 4. DOF {ROCKS}<br /><ul><li>Play with it and have fun!</li></li></ul><li>{unique} focus<br /><ul><li>Think outside the box;
  5. 5. Experiment;
  6. 6. Have fun with it!</li></li></ul><li>Rule of {thirds}<br /><ul><li>Imagine that there is a grid that divides the image into three equal columns and rows…</li></li></ul><li>Rule of {Thirds}<br /><ul><li>This rule will prevent the subject matter from simply bisecting the image, thus adding to the aesthetics of the end result…</li></li></ul><li>Rule of {odds}<br /><ul><li>Seek out an odd number of subjects in a given shot…</li></li></ul><li>Rule of {Odds}<br /><ul><li>This results in a natural framing of the objects, adding comfort and depth to the artwork…</li></li></ul><li>{symmetry}<br /><ul><li>When photographing an even number of subjects, using symmetry is warranted…</li></li></ul><li>Rule of {Space}<br /><ul><li>This rule pertains to creating fluidity or movement in a photo. The viewer's eye is drawn to a particular place with the use of negative (or white) space…</li></li></ul><li>{angles}<br /><ul><li>Give a different point-of-view…</li></li></ul><li>{Angles}<br /><ul><li>Make the ordinary look extraordinary!</li></li></ul><li>{angles}<br /><ul><li>Get high, medium, or low
  7. 7. Shift to the right or the left
  8. 8. Tilt your camera up or down</li></li></ul><li>{Express} yourself<br />“A great photograph is a full expression of what one feels about what is being photographed in the deepest sense, and is, thereby, a true expression of what one feels about life in its entirety.”  <br /> ~Ansel Adams<br />
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