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Photo I first assignment shooting flat surfaces

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  • 1. 2D Assignment
  • 2. Why 2D?
    • Photos are 2D, start with basics
    • Take photos of flat things (floor, wall, sidewalk, etc.)
    • Camera must be parallel to subject, no angles
    • Surface can have 3D elements (bricks in wall) but must appear flat in photo
    • No depth (minimal shadows)
  • 3. Look for:
    • Shapes and lines
    • Texture
    • Abstractions
    • Fragmentations
    • Solid patterns are boring
    • Make it interesting
    • Do not copy other people’s art/posters/graffiti
    • Use your own vision. See.
  • 4. Aaron Siskind
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  • 6. Abstraction - Does it look like Graffiti?
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  • 8. Letters become shapes / lines / patterns / fragments
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  • 15. Harry Callahan
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  • 18. Student Work
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