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Balfour Photography 2012

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Transcript

  • 1. composition2 013 P hotos Planning &
  • 2. START HERE –White balance your camera BEFORE AFTER
  • 3. Photo planningAsk readers what they want Conduct surveys, interviews and focus groups Uncover ways to work their ideas into the bookTell both individual and collective stories One-of-a-kind experiences Common activities and eventsBrainstorm fresh angles and new ideas Discover new angles to repeated stories Add stories that have not appeared in thebook
  • 4. The Graphic OrganizerCover PEOPLE & GROUPS OF PEOPLE involved with event.
  • 5. The 2 nd Graphic Organizer Person by person, or group by group, write down everything they do
  • 6. Find your focus
  • 7. Find your focus • Plan photo coverage
  • 8. Find your focus • Plan photo coverage • Schedule interviews
  • 9. Make sure to cover thingsthat happen before the event,
  • 10. during the event,
  • 11. and immediately after the event
  • 12. Using a red marker, circle activities that would make great photos
  • 13. Using a red marker, circle activities that would make great photos
  • 14. BEFORE
  • 15. BEFORE
  • 16. BEFORE
  • 17. DURING
  • 18. AFTER
  • 19. AFTER
  • 20. AFTER
  • 21. organizing content on a spread
  • 22. Full Cast NumberTransformation Crew Chorus-- speaking Leads parts
  • 23. plan photocoverage
  • 24. plan photocoverage dominant Shape: # of subjects: Special techniques: Suggested content:
  • 25. plan photocoverage dominant secondary Shape: Shape: # of subjects: # of subjects: Special techniques: Special techniques: Suggested content: Suggested content:
  • 26. plan photocoverage dominant secondary secondary Shape: Shape: Shape: # of subjects: # of subjects: # of subjects: Special techniques: Special techniques: Special techniques: Suggested content: Suggested content: Suggested content:
  • 27. plan photopackages WHY? Packages include more students in the book.
  • 28. Full Cast NumberTransformation Crew Chorus-- speaking Leads parts
  • 29. Full Cast NumberTransformation Crew Chorus-- speaking Leads parts
  • 30. Full Cast NumberTransformation Crew Chorus-- speaking Leads parts
  • 31. Vary the number of people in photos on the spread Full Cast NumberTransformation Crew Chorus-- speaking Leads parts
  • 32. Vary the number of people in photos on the spread 6 Full Cast NumberTransformation Crew Chorus-- speaking Leads parts
  • 33. Vary the number of people in photos on the spread 6 Full Cast NumberTransformation Crew Chorus-- speaking Leads 4 parts
  • 34. Vary the number of people in photos on the spread 6 Full Cast NumberTransformation Crew Chorus-- speaking 2 Leads 4 parts
  • 35. Vary the number of people in photos on the spread 6 Full Cast NumberTransformation 2 4 1 Crew Chorus-- speaking parts Leads 1 1 1
  • 36. Vary the number of people in photos on the spread 6 Full Cast Number 5Transformation 2 4 1 Crew Chorus-- speaking parts Leads 1 1 1
  • 37. Vary the number of people in photos on the spread 6 Full Cast Number 3 5Transformation 2 4 1 Crew Chorus-- speaking parts Leads 1 1 1
  • 38. Vary the number of people in photos on the spread 6 Full Cast Number 3 5Transformation 2 4 1 Crew Chorus-- speaking parts Leads 12 1 1
  • 39. Vary the number of people in photos on the spread 6 Full Cast Number 3 5Transformation 2 4 1 Crew Chorus-- speaking parts Leads 12 2 1 1
  • 40. Vary the number of people in photos on the spread 65 Full Cast Number 3 5Transformation 2 4 1 Crew Chorus-- speaking parts Leads 12 2 1 1
  • 41. Vary the number of people in photos on the spread 65 Full Cast Number2 3 5Transformation 2 4 1 Crew Chorus-- speaking parts Leads 12 2 1 1
  • 42. Vary the number of people in photos on the spread 65 Full Cast Number21 3 5Transformation 2 4 1 Crew Chorus-- speaking parts Leads 12 2 1 1
  • 43. 65 Full Cast Number21 3 5Transformation 2 4 1 Crew Chorus-- speaking parts Leads 12 2 1 1
  • 44. 36 TOTAL 65 Full Cast Number21 3 5Transformation 2 4 1 Crew Chorus-- speaking parts Leads 12 2 1 1
  • 45. reflection
  • 46. reflection • one person
  • 47. Include more people in your book by varying the number of subjects in the photos.
  • 48. Include more people in your book by varying the number of subjects in the photos.
  • 49. relationship
  • 50. relationship • two people
  • 51. Photos feature two people often show relationships
  • 52. Photos feature two people often show relationships
  • 53. Photos feature two people often show relationships
  • 54. Photos feature two people often show relationships
  • 55. interaction
  • 56. interaction • three people
  • 57. Photos with THREE people show camaraderie
  • 58. Photos with THREE people show camaraderie
  • 59. action
  • 60. action • four or more people
  • 61. Small groups show cooperation and/orinteraction
  • 62. Small groups show cooperation and/orinteraction
  • 63. Larger group shots give & overview & perspective
  • 64. Larger group shots give & overview & perspective
  • 65. Larger group shots give & overview & perspective
  • 66. Anticipate the moment.
  • 67. Find a different angle.
  • 68. Use rule of thirds.
  • 69. Use leading lines.
  • 70. Fill the frame.If your photos aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough. --Frank Capa
  • 71. Look for dramatic lighting.
  • 72. Include establishing shots.
  • 73. Use framing.
  • 74. Look for repetition.
  • 75. Stop the action.Keep the ball in the shot.
  • 76. Look for emotion.
  • 77. Use the aperture to give a strong center of focus.
  • 78. Let’s look at more great shots. See if you can identify the photocomposition techniques
  • 79. Special ThanksKiski High School’s photographers& adviser Paul FantaskiLegacy High School’s photographers& adviser Leland MallettMcKinney High School’s photographers& adviser Lori OglesbeeShawnee Mission North’s photographers& adviser Becky Tate
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