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SNAPSHOT/COMPOSED
making art or making not art.
What visual clues help to tell the story?
What is this photograph by Dorothea Lange about?
What distracts you from the story?
What is this photograph by blogger Sam Warren about?
Consider how the aspects of art work together
to create strong compositions.
Snapshot
or Composed?
What is the difference between a snapshot and a
composed photograph?
What is the difference between a snapshot and a
composed photograph?
Snapshot
What is the difference between a snapshot and a
composed photograph?
Snapshot
• A casual record of some event, person, obj...
What is the difference between a snapshot and a
composed photograph?
Snapshot
• A casual record of some event, person, obj...
What is the difference between a snapshot and a
composed photograph?
Snapshot
• A casual record of some event, person, obj...
What is the difference between a snapshot and a
composed photograph?
Snapshot
• A casual record of some event, person, obj...
What is the difference between a snapshot and a
composed photograph?
Snapshot
• A casual record of some event, person, obj...
What is the difference between a snapshot and a
composed photograph?
Snapshot
• A casual record of some event, person, obj...
What is the difference between a snapshot and a
composed photograph?
Snapshot
• A casual record of some event, person, obj...
What is the difference between a snapshot and a
composed photograph?
Snapshot
• A casual record of some event, person, obj...
What is the difference between a snapshot and a
composed photograph?
Snapshot
• A casual record of some event, person, obj...
HOW CAN ITURN MY
SNAPSHOT INTO A
COMPOSED PHOTOGRAPH?
APPEL • PHOTO 1 • SKETCHBOOK ASSIGNMENT #1:
SNAPSHOT COMPOSED
2. Tape or glue it in to your sketchbook. Label it SNAPSHOT ...
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  1. 1. SNAPSHOT/COMPOSED making art or making not art.
  2. 2. What visual clues help to tell the story? What is this photograph by Dorothea Lange about?
  3. 3. What distracts you from the story? What is this photograph by blogger Sam Warren about?
  4. 4. Consider how the aspects of art work together to create strong compositions.
  5. 5. Snapshot or Composed?
  6. 6. What is the difference between a snapshot and a composed photograph?
  7. 7. What is the difference between a snapshot and a composed photograph? Snapshot
  8. 8. What is the difference between a snapshot and a composed photograph? Snapshot • A casual record of some event, person, object or place.
  9. 9. What is the difference between a snapshot and a composed photograph? Snapshot • A casual record of some event, person, object or place. • Usually a very quick response to a situation.
  10. 10. What is the difference between a snapshot and a composed photograph? Snapshot • A casual record of some event, person, object or place. • Usually a very quick response to a situation. • Unorganized, no attention has been paid to details.
  11. 11. What is the difference between a snapshot and a composed photograph? Snapshot • A casual record of some event, person, object or place. • Usually a very quick response to a situation. • Unorganized, no attention has been paid to details. • Only the photographer has an emotional connection to the photo
  12. 12. What is the difference between a snapshot and a composed photograph? Snapshot • A casual record of some event, person, object or place. • Usually a very quick response to a situation. • Unorganized, no attention has been paid to details. • Only the photographer has an emotional connection to the photo vs. Composed Photograph
  13. 13. What is the difference between a snapshot and a composed photograph? Snapshot • A casual record of some event, person, object or place. • Usually a very quick response to a situation. • Unorganized, no attention has been paid to details. • Only the photographer has an emotional connection to the photo vs. Composed Photograph • An artistic interpretation of an event, person, object, or place.
  14. 14. What is the difference between a snapshot and a composed photograph? Snapshot • A casual record of some event, person, object or place. • Usually a very quick response to a situation. • Unorganized, no attention has been paid to details. • Only the photographer has an emotional connection to the photo vs. Composed Photograph • An artistic interpretation of an event, person, object, or place. • A process where care is taken to consider the elements and principles that exist within the frame of the composition.
  15. 15. What is the difference between a snapshot and a composed photograph? Snapshot • A casual record of some event, person, object or place. • Usually a very quick response to a situation. • Unorganized, no attention has been paid to details. • Only the photographer has an emotional connection to the photo vs. Composed Photograph • An artistic interpretation of an event, person, object, or place. • A process where care is taken to consider the elements and principles that exist within the frame of the composition. • Organized frame, where attention has been paid to expressing an emotion or telling the viewer something about its subject.
  16. 16. What is the difference between a snapshot and a composed photograph? Snapshot • A casual record of some event, person, object or place. • Usually a very quick response to a situation. • Unorganized, no attention has been paid to details. • Only the photographer has an emotional connection to the photo vs. Composed Photograph • An artistic interpretation of an event, person, object, or place. • A process where care is taken to consider the elements and principles that exist within the frame of the composition. • Organized frame, where attention has been paid to expressing an emotion or telling the viewer something about its subject. • A universal appeal or sense of interest - ability to connect to many viewers
  17. 17. HOW CAN ITURN MY SNAPSHOT INTO A COMPOSED PHOTOGRAPH?
  18. 18. APPEL • PHOTO 1 • SKETCHBOOK ASSIGNMENT #1: SNAPSHOT COMPOSED 2. Tape or glue it in to your sketchbook. Label it SNAPSHOT and write WHY it is a snapshot (using your notes and/or our discussion from class the other day.) 3. Think about how you could CHANGE or RETAKE the photograph to make it more composed. Make sure you consider all the components of what makes a photograph composed! (Use your notes as a reference!) 4. If you need to CHANGE your photograph to make it composed, use tracing paper to overlay on top of the image and make the changes (for example, cropping, adding something to the composition, etc.) If you need to RETAKE your photograph, draw a thumbnail sketch (can be simple so long as it is clear!) of how you would retake the photograph of the same subject / idea but making it composed. 5. Write how you changed / retook your photograph, it and why that makes it composed. Include how your new photograph tries to have a more universal appeal as well as what Principle of Composition (s) your new photograph uses. 1. Choose one of the images you brought in (or you can find a new one you’d rather use) that is definitely a snapshot. - casual record of my team - only emotionally meaningful to us - no considerations of the “POC” - not an artistic interpretation or communicating anything about the subject SNAPSHOT examples of CHANGE examples of RETAKE - cropped image to focus on hands & boat - cuts out extra background and makes it a bit more universal - uses Rule of Thirds (hands on right third line) - added figures in the extreme foreground to create interest / sense of mystery - uses Point of View (looking between people from behind) - instead of a typical team photo, I could focus on the idea of being a team through showing one player comforting another player - Using the Edges of the Frame (players & bench on left and bottom edge; basket on right edge - nothing in middle area) - I could try to symbolize my team by using our water bottles as a symbol for us - they are close together to show our closeness - uses Light (strong light source creates shadows) and FTF/Cropping (zoomed in)
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