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Repetition & Textures    Seeing it Over and Over Again
RepetitionThe occurance of strong elementshappening in multiple places/waysin your photograph.Common RepeatingElements???•...
The Music Rhythm of Patterns*Do not write in Notes“Patterns are to photography, what Rhythm is to music. Without thelimita...
PatternsWhen multiple repeating elementsform a strong visual statement inyour photograph.Often used for calm, peaceful, ea...
Using Repetition Emphasize It OR Break It
Emphasize It        Fill Frame with Object        Burst Out of Frame        Edges        Use photographer        position ...
More Emphasized Pattern
Break It  Fewer “Break” Elements  means more drama  Super-Emphasizes  subject matter  Can consist of multiple  element bre...
More Broken Patterns
Patterns Summarized• Useful to “enhance” photograhs”• Careful of Over-Use• Maximum success requires Detailed Composition
TextureIncreases effect of otherelements of the shotCan provide own story
3 Elements of TextureContrastCurvesPatterns
ContrastKey aspect of TextureDetermines thedepth/range of thetextureFocus on lighting andcamera angle
CurvesProvide changes in tonalrange and lead tosubjectCurves should work inharmony with the intentof the photograph
PatternsSee previous slides
Textures AboundList the different Hallwaytextures in HutchList the different lightingconditions of HutchOther Texture Rich...
Questions
References• http://www.picturecorrect.com/tips/texture-in-photography/
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  1. 1. Repetition & Textures Seeing it Over and Over Again
  2. 2. RepetitionThe occurance of strong elementshappening in multiple places/waysin your photograph.Common RepeatingElements???• Color• Shape• Lines
  3. 3. The Music Rhythm of Patterns*Do not write in Notes“Patterns are to photography, what Rhythm is to music. Without thelimitation of just a single point of interest, repetition helps your eye dancefrom point to point with pure delight. You are not asked to make a judgmentof the subject, simply to explore it. Like music, you are not expected to justlisten to a single note, but to take in the high notes, low notes, themovements, and the beat. The goal here is not to just witness a goodphotograph, but to experience it. Thus, when repetition is used correctly . .. it can greatly increase the emotional impact of your images.”~ Tedric A. Garrisonhttp://www.picturecorrect.com/tips/repetition-and-patterns-in-photography/
  4. 4. PatternsWhen multiple repeating elementsform a strong visual statement inyour photograph.Often used for calm, peaceful, easyphotographsWhere are somerepetition/pattern elements inourclass/school?
  5. 5. Using Repetition Emphasize It OR Break It
  6. 6. Emphasize It Fill Frame with Object Burst Out of Frame Edges Use photographer position & camera angles to create. This provides calm
  7. 7. More Emphasized Pattern
  8. 8. Break It Fewer “Break” Elements means more drama Super-Emphasizes subject matter Can consist of multiple element breaks (i.e. color break, line break, shape break)Point out examples of patternbreaks in the classroom
  9. 9. More Broken Patterns
  10. 10. Patterns Summarized• Useful to “enhance” photograhs”• Careful of Over-Use• Maximum success requires Detailed Composition
  11. 11. TextureIncreases effect of otherelements of the shotCan provide own story
  12. 12. 3 Elements of TextureContrastCurvesPatterns
  13. 13. ContrastKey aspect of TextureDetermines thedepth/range of thetextureFocus on lighting andcamera angle
  14. 14. CurvesProvide changes in tonalrange and lead tosubjectCurves should work inharmony with the intentof the photograph
  15. 15. PatternsSee previous slides
  16. 16. Textures AboundList the different Hallwaytextures in HutchList the different lightingconditions of HutchOther Texture RichTargets?
  17. 17. Questions
  18. 18. References• http://www.picturecorrect.com/tips/texture-in-photography/

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