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  • 1. Composition Rules
  • 2. Focal Point Your composition must have something in it that stands out from the rest of the background. It can be  Size  Color  Converging lines  Placement on the page
  • 3. Lines to create focal point
  • 4. Rule of Thirds Divide your composition into 3 equal parts, either vertically
  • 5. Rule of Thirds …or horizontally
  • 6. Rule of Thirds Your focalpoint is located ON one of the thirds’ lines
  • 7. Rule of Thirds Or……..
  • 8. Rule of Thirds
  • 9. Rule of Thirds
  • 10. Rule of Thirds
  • 11. Rule of Thirds
  • 12. Rule of Thirds
  • 13. Rule of Thirds
  • 14. To Review Rule of Thirds Divide the picture either vertically or horizontally into 3 equal parts The focal point will rest on one of the dividers THIS COMPOSITION DOES NOT MEAN 3 OBJECTS IN 1 PICTURE
  • 15. Diagonal Composition Your eye should be drawn from one corner to the opposite corner
  • 16. Diagonal
  • 17. Diagonal
  • 18. Diagonal
  • 19. Diagonal
  • 20. Diagonal
  • 21. Formal Balance Equal weight of objects Or A Mirror image
  • 22. Formal Balance
  • 23. Formal Balance A mirror image
  • 24. Formal Balance
  • 25. Formal Balance
  • 26. Formal Balance
  • 27. Formal Balance
  • 28. Formal Balance
  • 29. Formal Balance
  • 30. Informal Balance Large and small focal point that is in some way joined
  • 31. Informal Balance
  • 32. Informal Balance
  • 33. Informal Balance
  • 34. Informal Balance
  • 35. Golden Triangle Draw an imaginary diagonal
  • 36. Golden Triangle From the opposite corner, drop a line that will give you a 90 degree angle
  • 37. Golden Triangle Your focal point will be small and at the intersection of the 2 lines
  • 38. Golden Triangle
  • 39. Golden Triangle A simpler way to understand this is to draw both a vertical and horizontal rule of thirds…….
  • 40. Golden Triangle Your focal point is going to be located on 1 but only 1 of the intersections
  • 41. Or………..
  • 42. Or…….
  • 43. Or………
  • 44. Golden Triangle
  • 45. Golden Triangle
  • 46. High Key The focal point and the background are both light or white
  • 47. High Key
  • 48. High Key
  • 49. High Key
  • 50. High Key
  • 51. Low Key Dark subject with a dark background
  • 52. Low Key
  • 53. Low Key