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    Design Elements-Photo Design AI Design Elements-Photo Design AI Presentation Transcript

    • Elements and Principles of Design
    • Line• Traditionally line is made by dragging a marking material over a surface• In photography, line can be very literal or take on a more abstract quality • ex: power lines are literal and a sidewalk takes on a more abstract line quality
    • Shape• A shape is any enclosed area• Shapes can have a directionality, divide the frame, or give a strong focal point• Often times, shapes give an overall impression of order or chaos to an image
    • Space• Positive Space is an area that is occupied by an object• Negative space is an area unoccupied • in photography negative space is often an are of sky or a portion of the image that is out of focus
    • Color• Color can affect composition by calling attention to an object• Lack of color will call attention to shape, line, texture...
    • Texture• The way something looks like it feels• texture is very important in black and white images• It gives a feeling of reality to an image
    • Repetition/Rhythm• Repetition and rhythm lead the viewer through the image
    • Motion• Blurred motion and stopped motion are going to influence your composition by the shaped that are made with the action
    • Focal Point• The point at which the viewers eye is drawn
    • Foreground/Background• Foreground-Objects near the front of the picture plane, usually low in the frame• Background-Objects that appear farther away
    • Balance• Symmetrical-even balance on both sides of the frame• Asymmetrical-one side is heavier, but there is still an overall feeling of balance