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Composition

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This presentation gives examples of some of the techniques that photographers and filmmakers use to have audiences read their image as they intend

This presentation gives examples of some of the techniques that photographers and filmmakers use to have audiences read their image as they intend

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  • 1. What is Composition?
  • 2. Composition determines what the viewer should pay attention to in the frame.
  • 3. What catches your eye?
  • 4. What is the rule of thirds?
  • 5.  
  • 6. A visual path that leads to the focus
  • 7.  
  • 8. Artistic Elements in Composition
    • Light can be used to direct our attention
  • 9. Artistic Elements in Composition
    • Size: the way a shot is framed shows the relative proportions of images or shapes to one another
  • 10. Artistic Elements in Composition
  • 11. Artistic Elements in Composition
    • Perspective is the expression of depth between foreground, middle ground and the background
  • 12. What elements provide balance in this frame?
  • 13. How does perspective work in this frame?
  • 14. Framing your center of interest within a frame
  • 15. Framing your center of interest within a frame
  • 16. Viewpoint the angle from which you shoot, high angle
  • 17. Viewpoint the angle from which you shoot, low angle
  • 18. Juxtaposition is when different elements are used for comparison or contrast.
  • 19. LONG SHOT (LS) WIDE SHOT (WS)
  • 20. CLOSE-UP (CU) MEDIUM SHOT (MS)
  • 21. EXTREME CLOSE-UP (ECU)
  • 22. SPEAKING AND HEAD ROOM
  • 23. The rule of thirds in an interview
  • 24. Camera movement