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An in-class presentation linking composition in photography to the principles of design.

An in-class presentation linking composition in photography to the principles of design.

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  • 1. SNAP!PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN 
  • 2. How well do you know your Principles of Design? In 5 minutes, fill in the blanks with  the correct Principle of Design.  Here is a list to help you:  1.  Balance  2.  Rhythm/ Movement  3.  Size/ProporKon  4.  Emphasis/ Dominance  5.  Unity 
  • 3. BALANCE•  USE THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
  • 4. BALANCE•  USE THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
  • 5. BALANCE•  USE THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
  • 6. RHYTHM/ MOVEMENT•  USE THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
  • 7. RHYTHM/ MOVEMENT•  USE THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
  • 8. RHYTHM/ MOVEMENT•  USE THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
  • 9. SCALE/ PROPORTION•  USE THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
  • 10. SCALE/ PROPORTION•  USE THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
  • 11. SCALE/ PROPORTION•  USE THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
  • 12. EMPHASIS (CONSTRAST)•  USE THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
  • 13. EMPHASIS (CONSTRAST)•  USE THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
  • 14. EMPHASIS (CONSTRAST)•  USE THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
  • 15. EMPHASIS (DOMINANCE)•  USE THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
  • 16. EMPHASIS (DOMINANCE)•  USE THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
  • 17. EMPHASIS (FOCUS)•  USE THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
  • 18. UNITY•  USE THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
  • 19. UNITY•  USE THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
  • 20. MARCH HOLIDAY PROJECT (50% SA1)•  Working in pairs, take 4 photos based on the 4  principles of design listed below:  –  Rhythm/ Movement  –  Emphasis  –  Balance  –  Size/ ProporIon     •  Print your work (2 photos on 1 x A4‐sized paper) and  bring to class on 24 March, Thursday