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  • 1. Visual Composition By Desmond Baron
  • 2. Lines Lines are powerful pieces of art, they are used to draw the eye into predisposed patterns. They are important tools that when used properly, force the viewer to look where the artist wants them to, allowing the picture to be interpreted properly. Both photographs were found by searching lines photography.Photo 1: http://www.takegreatpictures.com/app/web root/content/2010_images/2007/07/31/line s_photography_1.jpgPhoto2: http://blog.dreamlabsolutions.com/image.ax d?picture=2008%2F10%2Frailway.jpg
  • 3. 2D Shapes A major building block to creating strong artwork, basic 2D shapes are essential to the completion of art. Simple in nature, when used properly they can increase the complexity of a piece.Photo 1 was found by searching trianglePhoto 1: http://www.clker.com/inc/svgedit/svg-editor.html?paramurl=/inc/clean.html?id=140958Photo 2 was found by searching circlePhoto 2: http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-ECRyvFFkDSU/UMAuiCeOJZI/AAAAAAAAAFQ/ssrsa-1BX9U/s1600/circle.png
  • 4. 3D FormSlightly more complex, 3D shapes uses another dimension toassert itself as a form of art. Using this extra dimension it ispossible to capture a more appealing image. Photo 1 was found by searching cube photography Photo 1: http://us.123rf.com/400wm/400/400/prill/prill1110/prill11100612 9/11014815-studio-photography-of-a-light-brown-wooden-cube- isolated-on-white-with-shadow.jpg Photo 2 was found by searching sphere photography Photo 2: http://thumbs.dreamstime.com/thumblarge_243/1204452642yh2 BSZ.jpg
  • 5. ColourColour is used to contrast the image and give off a differentappeal. It is used in many pieces of photography and with itcomes a powerful image. Both photos were found by searching colour photography Photo 1: http://digital-photography-school.com/wp- content/uploads/old/colour.jpg Photo 2: http://cdnimg.visualizeus.com/thumbs/4a/67/architecture, colour,photography- 4a67eb19e4b1feb6ae02477bc41ee45c_h.jpg
  • 6. Texture Texture is the palpable aspect of photography that jumps out of the picture. It is possible to feel it with your eyes, giving you the perception that youBoth photos were found by searching can actually visualizetexture photographyPhoto 1: http://www.photopoly.net/wp- how it would respondcontent/uploads/29082010/7.jpgPhoto 2: http://photographylife.com/wp- to your touch.content/uploads/2009/09/20090820-Yellowstone-National-Park-137.jpg
  • 7. DepthDepth in photographygives the viewer thefeeling that the picture is Both photos were found by searching depth photographynot only a still frame, but Photos 1:that they can see http://digitalshotsguide.com/images/pinh ole-camera-picture-of-field.jpgthrough it as if it is in Photos 2: http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-front of their eyes. EfGcfjzOe58/TY9xUor6FWI/AAAAAAAAAB8 /sgEGVNOYpDk/s1600/Shallow+1.jpg
  • 8. Light Light is used in photography to highlight select areas while subjugating others to live in the background. This technique casts shadows on an area that will protrude more when dark, and lead to greater contrast.Both photos were found by searchinglight photographyPhoto 1:http://webdesignledger.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/lighting_photography_25.jpgPhoto 2:http://www.photosfan.com/images/light-photography1.jpg
  • 9. DirectionMotion is difficult to capture, butthrough the use of techniques like Both photographs were found by searchingthe ones shown it is possible to motion photographymake an image seem as if it is Photo 1:moving. http://www.guidetofilmphotography.com/p hotos/motion-photo-panning.jpg Photo 2: http://people.rit.edu/andpph/photofile- misc/strobe-motion-ta-08.jpg
  • 10. Mass Both photos were found by searching visual weight in photography Photo 1: http://www.betterphoto.com/upload s/processed/0824/0806100500221m onday_visual_weight_size_and_.jpg http://idealfstop.typepad.com/photo s/uncategorized/2007/05/09/manito fogsmall.jpg It is impossible to capture weight through a still frame, but by putting an emphasis on select spaces in the picture, it can be done to a degree.
  • 11. Similar to lighting, Tonethe black and whiteshades contrast eachother, giving focus tothe important areasof the photo. Both photos were found by searching black and white photography Photo 1: http://media.smashingmagazine.com/imag es/black-white-photography/61.jpg Photo 2: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/- kku9FaKzx1o/UNBBp5dPFqI/AAAAAAAAEhY /Ps4H3hmz4VU/s1600/Eiffel-tower-paris- black-and-white-photos-14.jpg
  • 12. Value Value in photography measures how dark or light an image is. By layering this affect it can give the impression of a more complex photo.Both photos were found by searching value of colour in photographyPhoto 1: http://www.bz1-img.com/images_customers/06/21/9473722_78767_full.jpgPhoto 2:http://www.ozarks.edu/includes/images/news/RedCedarForestMontana.JPG
  • 13. Positive and Negative SpacePositive and Negative space isthe ultimate in forcing the eyeto focus on an area specifiedby the photographer. Byhighlighting these areas theviewer is able to distinguishwhat the photographerintends on showing. Both photos were found by searching positive and negative space in photography Photo 1: http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3087/2834342023_bde8a 32d90.jpg Photo 2: http://tutorial9.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/2008/10/ negative-space-balance.jpg
  • 14. Balance Balance is used to keep images symmetrical, adding to the overall feel ofBoth photos were found bysearching balance photography the image.Photo 1: http://digital-photography-school.com/wp- Althoughcontent/uploads/2007/03/images/balance.jpg simple, itPhoto 2: creates ahttp://www.artdoxa.com/files/images/artworks/0032/3599/26 deeper photo.d6a52b8801cd408225fbb4326736b7.jpg
  • 15. EmphasisBoth photos were found by searching Often times, the only way toemphasis photography distinguish what is importantPhoto 1: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_-5KxrRDV2OI/TA2UKsh5- and what is not is to useBI/AAAAAAAAALM/v015XtfEkMM/s160 emphasis. By emphasizing a0/WEB_2535.jpgPhoto 2: part of the photo, the keyhttp://ursispaltenstein.ch/blog/images element of the image can be/uploads_img/bob_jensen_photography_1.jpg determined.
  • 16. Proportion By manipulating the relationship between objects in an image, it isBoth photos were found by possible to put it out ofsearching proportion photography proportion. This creates artPhoto 1:http://gallery.photo.net/photo/40 where it otherwise15162-lg.jpg wouldn’t be.Photo 2:http://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Europe/Greece/Attica/Attiki/Athens/photo819110.htm
  • 17. Repetition When our minds are so used to repetition, it can become difficult to comprehend viewing something that isn’t so predictable. In photography,Both photos were found by repetition can create pattern that is verysearching repetition inphotography visually appealing.Photo 1:http://imgsrv.worldstart.com/ct-images/javalit_repitition3.jpgPhoto 2:http://www.sheamusburns.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/picket_fence_perspective.jpg
  • 18. Both photos were found by Unitysearching unity inphotographyPhoto 1:http://gallery.photo.net/photo/9598572-md.jpgPhoto 1:http://farm1.static.flickr.com/25/98361214_4aba24f820.jpg By relating every aspect of an image, it unifies and creates a bigger and better idea. This technique allows many small pieces to create a strong and powerful picture.
  • 19. Contrast By measuring two objectsBoth photos were found bysearching contrast photography against each other, youPhoto 1:http://farm1.static.flickr.com/2 create contrast. Contrast5/98361214_4aba24f820.jpgPhoto 2: allows a photographer tohttp://img.bhs4.com/27/D/27D987CDEC48492F5EFC2A93CDA convey what he believes in5E333DC73F696_large.jpg important.
  • 20. HarmonyTo create beauty in aphoto, it is necessaryfor all of the elementsto live togetherpeacefully. This iscalled harmony.Both photos were found by searchingharmony photographyPhoto 1:http://cache.desktopnexus.com/thumbnails/207671-bigthumbnail.jpgPhoto 2:http://justcreative.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/03/photography/Color_Harmony_by_h4nd.jpg
  • 21. ProximityProximity creates afeeling of segregationbetween the importantand unimportantelements. By using thisit draws a distinct line Both photos were found byfor the pieces to follow. searching proximity photography Photo 1: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/- Z8__qPQbxn8/Tlh- wHUlGjI/AAAAAAAAASs/cO5REq5jE 30/s1600/macro_photography_23.j pg Photo 2: http://img2.etsystatic.com/000/0/5 211017/il_fullxfull.57172478.jpg
  • 22. Variety Variety is what makes an image interesting. Variety is needed to keep the viewer from being bored with what he is seeing. It is necessary to combine this with other techniques to create theBoth photos were found by best possible image.searching variety photographyPhoto 1:http://www.scantech7.com/images/Infrared%20Photo%20Abandoned%20Home%20800%20wide.jpgPhoto 2:http://www.pxleyes.com/images/contests/favorite-quotes/fullsize/Variety-is-the-spice-of-life-4cb5d6f65176b.jpg