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Photography rules poweroint jack rogers

  1. 1. The Rules of Photography Unit 57: Photography and Photographic Practice Terminology P1, P2, M1, M2 ADD YOUR NAME HERE
  2. 2. Rule of thirds • In the rule of thirds, photos are divided into thirds with two imaginary lines vertically and two lines horizontally making three columns, three rows, and nine sections in the images. Important compositional elements and leading lines are placed on or near the imaginary lines and where the lines intersect
  3. 3. Examples of Rule of thirds • Here are some examples of the Rules of thirds.
  4. 4. Framing • Framing in photography is a technique used to project an image so as to completely focus a viewer's attention on the subject. Doorways and archways are usually added to an image when framing. Using a frame within a frame is a technique that brings out depth, and it can be done using Photoshop
  5. 5. Leading Lines • This leads your eyes from the front to the back for example paths roads streams edges, lines , water, buildings.
  6. 6. Balancing Elements • Balancing elements means that you should balance everything together in your photo for example balance the weight to fill the whole surface.
  7. 7. Symmetry & Patterns • The Symmetry & Patterns means that it is reflected on to itself for example look mat the images next to this text.
  8. 8. Depth of Field • Depth of field refers to the range of distance that appears acceptably sharp. It varies depending on camera type, aperture and focusing distance, although print size and viewing distance can also influence our perception of depth of field

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