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Visual Journalism - the Art of Storytelling - Making good pictures

Visual Journalism - the Art of Storytelling - Making good pictures

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  • 1. Photography Basics
    • Lighting
    • Position
    • Framing
    • Geometry
    • Motion
    • Depth of Field
    • Digital Effects
  • 2.
    • Light
    • Backlighting
    • Silhouette subjects
    • Removes features
  • 3. Light Frontlighting
    • Color, definition may be lost
    • More pronounced reflection
    • Subjects may squint
  • 4.
    • Light
    • Indirect / Indoor Lighting
    • Shadows increase depth
  • 5. Light Artificial Lighting
    • Incandescent: Orange-yellow effect, warm
    • Fluorescent: Blue-green effect, cold
  • 6.
    • Light
    • Spotlighting
    • Isolation begs attention
    • Yields dramatic effect
  • 7.
    • Light
    • Low Light Conditions
    • “ Fast” film = grain
    • Low shutter speed = blur
    • Flash, tripod, steady hand
  • 8. Light Open Shutter
    • Absolutely need stability
    • Long exposure, bulb setting
  • 9. Positioning Close-up
    • Zoom lens = expensive
    • Invasion is… invasive
  • 10.
    • Positioning
    • Distanced
    • Accentuates background
    • Minimally invasive
    • Subject may be lost
  • 11. Positioning Bird’s-eye View
    • Diminish subject size
  • 12.
    • Positioning
    • Snail’s-eye View
    • Magnifies subject
  • 13.
    • Framing
    • Centered
    • Very focused attention
    • Minimizes background
  • 14. Framing Off-centered
    • Clips subject
    • Maximizes Background
  • 15.
    • Geometry
    • Shapes
    • Shapes are fun!
  • 16. Geometry Artificial Patterns
    • Create symmetrical frames
    • Organizes photograph
  • 17.
    • Geometry
    • Natural Patterns
    • Found everywhere
    • Reinforces unity or chaos
  • 18. Motion Action
    • Sense of immediacy, speed
    • Low shutter speed = blur
    • High shutter speed = freeze
  • 19. Motion Inaction
    • Sense of frozen time
    • Increased color saturation
  • 20.
    • Motion
    • Combination of Active-Inactive Subjects
    • Sparks interest, mood
    • Reinforces “frozen” subject
  • 21. Depth of Field Shallow or small DOF
    • Sharp focus of small portion
    • Ideal for portraits
  • 22. Depth of Field Large DOF
    • Near global focus
    • Ideal for landscapes
  • 23.
    • Digital Effects
    • Rendering
    • Uses digital filters
    • Increases dynamics
    • May become a crutch
  • 24.
    • Digital Effects
    • Blur
    • “ Clothe” a subject
    • Can fabricate small DOF
    • Diminish noise, dust, etc.
    • Use carefully
  • 25.
    • Digital Effects
    • Isolation
    • Increases clarity
    • Arduous
  • 26.
    • Digital Effects
    • Color Manipulation
    • Correct composition
    • Diversify color strategy
    • Enhance the attitude