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Lesson 1d A Decisive Moment

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Lesson 1d: A Decisive Moment

Lesson 1d: A Decisive Moment

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  • 1. Intro to “THE DECISIVE MOMENT”
  • 2. “ THE DECISIVE MOMENT…” Photographs by Chu Lik Ren
  • 3. Photographs by Chu Lik Ren The decisive moment involves action. This action should be well composed and not posed. It could be a flame, a flight, a pointing arm…
  • 4. Photograph by Chu Lik Ren … or it could even be the expression of the eye, or catching a smile (naturally).
  • 5. Photographs by Chu Lik Ren Your subjects will be animals, or people, or anything that moves. Try to anticipate and capture that movement within the composition of your photos…
  • 6. Now let’s look at the works of Henri Cartier-Bresson, the master photographer who invented the art of “the decisive moment”…
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  • 10. The key to his art is loads of patience, waiting and anticipating for the opportunity of some form of action, gesture, movement…
  • 11. And that’s him there, bottom right photo, a self portrait of him sketching himself. Now let’s watch a 10 minutes video of his work seen through his contact sheets…