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Lesson 2 Colours

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Lesson 2: Colours; Black & White

Lesson 2: Colours; Black & White

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  • 1. Colours Revealing Eye in Digital Photography DE002A Colour affects human beings. Men and women respond to colours differently. Colour affects us emotionally , with different colours evoking different emotions . In short colour has the capacity to affect the human nervous system.
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  • 70. Revealing Eye in Digital Photography DE002A “ Composition Maps“ Try to see the compositional elements in every photograph you can find. Look at the lines in the image. Do they work together or against each other? How does your eye travel around through the image? Does it flow smoothly from one thing to the next or jump all around in the image? Look for space distribution, colour, mood, perspective, depth, light and time of day, shapes, etc. How did the photographer use major components of the image like light and shadow, shape and form, background and foreground? Lets recap a bit about what we learnt from Lecture 2 & 3
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    • “ Composition Maps“
    • Break images down to their basic parts and see the underlying composition :-
    • Quality & direction of light
    • Patterns & repetition
    • Balance & weight
    • Shape vs. form
    • Negative space
    • Perspective
    • Contrast, etc.
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  • 72. Remember what we said about black n white photography?
    • With all the beautiful colours available, you may wonder whether black-and-white photos offer any benefit.
    • The answer is a resounding “ yes .” Opting for black and white enhances your pictures in many ways.
    • Adds drama .
    • Creates a timeless look .
    • Heightens depth and emotion .
    • Offers a crisp, clean look without the distraction
    • of colour.
    • Makes photos look like art rather than everyday
    • snapshots.
    • Eliminates colours that you may not want or like.
    Revealing Eye in Digital Photography DE002A depth emotions
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  • 77. And details … Let’s watch a 10 mins segment of the movie now…
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    • In summary, let us review the topics we covered so far
    • Simplify - “Fill the Frame”
    • Lines and Shapes - “Rule of Thirds”
    • - “Triangle”
    • - “Frame within a Frame”
    • - “Leading Lines”
    • - “Circle”
    • - “Rhythm”
    • - “Negative Space”
    • Evoking Emotions - Lines
    • vertical, horizontal, diagonal, curves
    • - Lighting
    • abrupt, gentle, top, behind, silhouette,
    • “ Rembrant Lighting”
    • - Colours
    • analogous, complementary, warm, cool, contrasts,
    • texture, coherence, dominance,

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