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Visual composition slideshow- Brady Arden
Visual composition slideshow- Brady Arden
Visual composition slideshow- Brady Arden
Visual composition slideshow- Brady Arden
Visual composition slideshow- Brady Arden
Visual composition slideshow- Brady Arden
Visual composition slideshow- Brady Arden
Visual composition slideshow- Brady Arden
Visual composition slideshow- Brady Arden
Visual composition slideshow- Brady Arden
Visual composition slideshow- Brady Arden
Visual composition slideshow- Brady Arden
Visual composition slideshow- Brady Arden
Visual composition slideshow- Brady Arden
Visual composition slideshow- Brady Arden
Visual composition slideshow- Brady Arden
Visual composition slideshow- Brady Arden
Visual composition slideshow- Brady Arden
Visual composition slideshow- Brady Arden
Visual composition slideshow- Brady Arden
Visual composition slideshow- Brady Arden
Visual composition slideshow- Brady Arden
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  • 1. VISUALCOMPOSITION
  • 2. LinesLines can either be very complex or very simple like the images shown.The bottom picture is a quite simple combination of lines to make upan object, while the top image is very complex and is a very basicelement of design but makes the picture immensely moving.Picture 1 was found by searching for “photography for lines” on Google images and is located at:https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSozuH_KS1gI3yY20OtWKFXhcmfO_ItLo9c3onDQ0Z-8-h6uXcBbQ Picture 2 was found by searching for “lines” on Google images and is locatedat: https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSkuf1tS3ScpDRGa3mWaTsKRH-ffQxN7LQIobpc4TJqsHHqDG1m
  • 3. Shape (2D)The two pictures shown are examples of 2D shapes thatcan be very simple or very complex. 2D shapes can beany image that has no dimension to it, so it looks flat. Picture 1 was found by searching for “shape (2D)” on Google images and is located at: https://encrypted- tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQaXvbq8HJGwVzN0frBCqKoN51Pr0py e7AWLRfl4Kfjyp5TWmxK Picture 2 was found by searching for “interesting 2d shapes” on Google images and is located at: http://turtle.mylittleproject.co.uk/images/screenshots/3.jpg
  • 4. Form (3D)3D photography is the form of photography that involves 3Dobjects, rather than 2D. These pictures really show great3D, they are so calm and majestic but yet, so powerful.Picture 1 was found by searching for “Form (3D)” on Google images and is located at:https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQDFWBVf0mxZR_m0phDrwV_LDO5pHz332kH0BOT4ZXzuSaKiTbaPicture 2 was found by searching for “form (3d) black and white” on Google images and islocated at: https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQDFWBVf0mxZR_m0phDrwV_LDO5pHz332kH0BOT4ZXzuSaKiTba
  • 5. ColorColour in pictures is what makes it visually appealing and catches youreye, especially when most of the picture is a certain colour and then one object oritem or a different colour that is either opposite on the colour wheel or adjacent toeach other. I chose these two pictures because they stood out to me and wereperfect examples on how colour in pictures can be used effectively.Picture 1 was found by searching for “photographic colour” on Google images and is located at:http://www.bretculp.com/gallery/archiveColour/content/images/large/BretCulp_TheWall.jpgPicture 2 was found by searching for “colour photography” on Google images and is located at:https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSNCke12jpk3EjWVdirmpkStog-4bI-2zAUHK8vPtAlVDiN0SC9pg
  • 6. TextureTexture is the visual or the feel of an object or piece. It makes the pictureseem more interesting and detailed, it adds to the visual and tactile aspectof a piece. I chose there two pictures because they show a great deal oftexture and make the picture seem so much more interesting instead of justa plain flat surface.Picture 1 was found by searching for “photographic texture” on Google images and islocated at: http://digital-photography-school.com/wp-content/side-light-texture.jpgPicture 2 was found by searching for “photographic texture” on Google images and islocated at: http://www.picturecorrect.com/tips/texture-photography-essentials-and-tips/
  • 7. Depth (Perspective)Depth is where one object is more focused in then the others, or where theobject the photographer wants you to focus on is clear and close up, or whereeverything else in the photo is blurred to make the main object to be focused onand make it seem so much more important then everything else.Picture 1 was found by searching for “photographic depth” on Google images and is locatedat: http://imgc.artprintimages.com/images/art-print/sounding-the-depth-at-queenstown-cobh-ireland-_i-G-62-6227-5S83100Z.jpgPicture 2 was found by searching for “photographic depth” on Google images and is locatedat: https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcR2l-lSUMLd_NlUR9dbF1a6OXq6gbm3oEOQJWHvexHWU-MZjQ27
  • 8. LightLight and dark spots in an image provide contrast that suggest volume. Things that canaffect somebody’s feelings towards an image could be the direction of the light source.Light coming from in front of the object can result in a mysterious shadow behind theobject. Also, light coming from above a person or object can result in the picturebecoming a lot more dramatic and more visually appealing.Picture 1 was found by searching for “photographic light” on Google images and is located at:http://www.ludimaginary.net/img/photographie-nuit/one-step-behind-night-photography.jpgPicture 2 was found by searching for “photographic light” on Google images and is located at:https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQM9Z9UpI5QG4CN7sHIKLx7y9VtH4xL6_JV4s3HOkgXk1bhRP3d
  • 9. Direction (Motion)When a person or object that moves past us very quickly, we seethings as they appear somewhat blurry to show motion. Sinceyou can not actually show motion in a picture, your mind andthe photographer has to rely on tricks that cause the viewer toperceive motion. Picture 1 was found by searching for “motion in photography” on Google images and is located at: http://media.smashingmagazine.com/images/motion- blur/2642246332_56be9c2578.jpg Picture 2 was found by searching for “speedy night” on Google images and is located at:http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2135/5762124147_4e5fa787a1.jpg
  • 10. Mass (Visual Weight) Mass in photography shows the actual dimensions in a photo, which are height, weight, width, and depth. These two pictures demonstrate visual weight perfectly because each part of the design have their own mass relative to the whole piece. Picture 1 was found by searching for “mass in photography” on Google images and is located at: http://verybadfrog.com/wp- content/uploads/2010/06/Weapons-of-Mass- Destruction-Photography.jpg Picture 2 was found by searching for “mass in photography” on Google images and is located at: http://www.creativeroots.org/wp- content/uploads/2009/05/3b24427r.jpg
  • 11. Tone (Black and White)In tone the colour of the subject is unimportant, it is defined as the intensity oflightness or darkness in anything this visible. Tone adds great value to thepicture itself.Picture 1 was found by searching for “black and white photography” on Google images and islocated at: http://images.photo-visible.com/photo_public/2008/3/800/800_226.jpgPicture 2 was found by searching for “black and white photography” on Google images and islocated at:http://www.annedarlingphotography.com/images/black-and-white-night-photography-3.jpg
  • 12. ValueValue in photography is normally where a photographer purposelyedits a photo or choses a dark background to make the main focus, andwhoever is viewing the photo knows what the photographer wanted asthe center of attention, such as the two pictures here.Picture 1 was found by searching for “photographic value” on Google images and is locatedat: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_VVbkMeE8GTo/TK-LlmMArEI/AAAAAAAAAek/pbuYO_Sk8rM/s1600/20091003-IMG_0413.jpgPicture 2 was found by searching for “photographic value” on Google images and is locatedat: http://www.pbase.com/image/28785722/medium.jpg
  • 13. Space (Positive and Negative) Space is the area in or around an object that is there or occupies for a specific reason. In the top picture the positive space is represented by the arch and the negative space is used to represent the pyramid in the background and put great emphasis on what you can see through the arch. In the bottom picture the positive space is represented by the space between the two faces and the outlines of the faces, the negative space is represented by the heads themselves and you are not able to see any detail but the outlines of the black Picture 1 was found by searching for “photographic space (positive and negative)” on Google images and is located at: http://farm1.staticflickr.com/147/351442724_ab875fdd73.jp g Picture 2 was found by searching for “photographic space (positive and negative)” on Google images and is located at: http://www.dzineblog360.com/wp- content/uploads/2011/12/rubin-vase.jpg
  • 14. BalanceSymmetrical balance is a mirrored image or almost close toidentical, it is quite affective in adding visual effect. Asymmetricaldesign like in the bottom picture is normally off-center with an odd ormismatched number of different components and this has basicallythe same affect just slightly off center.Picture 1 was found by searching for “photographic balance” on Google images and is locatedat: http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-luONeRJYFnc/UClTQJ_zDYI/AAAAAAAAABY/Pxc6sAXnIiI/s640/asymmetricalbalance..jpgPicture 2 was found by searching for “water reflection photography” on Google images and islocated at: http://photoity.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Colorful-Water-Reflection-Photography.jpg
  • 15. Emphasis Photographic emphasis is where the photographer blurs the background the put on emphasis on the main object. It is mainly a tactic used to make the element that is most important stand out in the design such as these two pictures here Picture 1 was found by searching for “photographic emphasis” on Google images and is located at: http://www.harrynowell.com/workshops/David%2 0Picture_2.jpg Picture 2 was found by searching for “pictures” on Google images and is located at: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/- aL7kRBCxN0U/UN8SZBLq- NI/AAAAAAAAD9w/4cqDUKpRPRg/s1600/snow_ leopard_pictures_1.jpg
  • 16. Proportion (Scale) Proportion in photography is where an object may be really small but the photographer used a low camera angle to make it appear big, but on the other hand, he or she could find a very large object and use a high camera angle to make it appear quite a bit smaller then it actually is. It’s meant to show that something small can be actually meant to be perceived as big or the opposite. Picture 1 was found by searching for “low camera angle” on Google images and is located at: http://www.proprofs.com/flashcards/upload/q11086 297.jpg Picture 2 was found by searching for “very high camera angle” on Google images and is located at: http://www.myfilmstories.com/wp- content/uploads/2012/02/High-angle-shot.jpeg
  • 17. Repetition (Rhythm) Repetition in photography can really add essence to a photo. Repetition refers to rhythm, when an element in a photo is repeated more then once it has an important meaning. Can also be used to tie a work together. Picture 1 was found by searching for “photographic repetition” on Google images and is located at: http://unlock80.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/repititi on.jpg Picture 2 was found by searching for “photographic repetition” on Google images and is located at: http://pcdn.500px.net/4236374/849bf8c1f19ffedc8dc a50e9faa2c54df1b873c1/4.jpg
  • 18. UnityUnity is where objects in a piece seem that they are some howrelated to each other. This can be achieved by proximity;making objects appear to belong together by grouping themclosely together.Picture 1 was found by searching for “photographic unity” on Google images and is locatedat: http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_megmyz9kjH1r7u6l5o1_1280.jpgPicture 2 was found by searching for “photographic unity” on Google images and is locatedat: http://m7.i.pbase.com/o6/74/450574/1/70628467.GjxXxdfm.elnido100.jpg
  • 19. ContrastContrast occurs when twothings in a photo aredifferent. The bigger thendifference, the greater the Picture 1 was found by searching forcontrast becomes. The “photographic contrast” on Google imagesdifference has obvious for it and is located at:to be effective. It can be http://www.spudooli.com/images/2006060mostly be done by using two 7172748_dsc_4587.jpgcompletely different and Picture 2 was found by searching forcontrasting colours. “contrast” on Google images and is locatedContrast adds interest and at: http://wallpaperdev.com/stock/yellow-emphasizes what is contrast-flower-hd-wallpaper.jpgimportant.
  • 20. Harmony Harmony is where the photo is visually satisfying and combines similar, related elements. This can be done with adjacent colours on the colour wheel and similar shapes. The overall goal is create a pleasing image.Picture 1 was found by searching for “photographic harmony” on Google images and islocated at: http://dpshots.com/images/new_zealand_photography/photography-new-zealand-Harmony-in-Pink.jpgPicture 2 was found by searching for “harmony” on Google images and is located at:http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-J9KVvbe3x6U/UCUi4XQrk8I/AAAAAAAAAMw/yk7j_vxJrM0/s1600/what_is_harmony.jpg
  • 21. Proximity Promixity is very easy way to create visual structure with an image. It gives the photo an organized feel by there relation to one another. It means that related items should appear close together. In this way, by spacing them a little bit serves as a visual clue as to what’s related and as to where one piece of information stops and starts.Picture 1 was found by searching for “proximity in photography” on Google images and islocated at: http://img2.etsystatic.com/000/0/5211017/il_fullxfull.57172478.jpgPicture 2 was found by searching for “proximity in photography” on Google images and islocated at: http://banhup.com/wordpress2/wp-content/gallery/my-gallery/proximity.jpg
  • 22. VarietyVariety is the compliment to unity and is quite important in creatingvisual interest. An image can be dull and uninteresting withoutvariety. Great design in created by adding variety, the elements needto be unique. Variety can be achieved through lines;thinness, thickness, value, color, angle, length. Also can be achievedthrough shape; size, color, orientation and texture, type Picture 1 was found by searching for “variety in photography” on Google images and is located at: https://phillzdesigns.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/abstract-17.jpg Picture 2 was found by searching for “variety in photography” on Google images and is located at: http://justcreative.com/wp-content/gallery/elements-of- photography/coloursquare2.jpg

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