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Composition one lines, shape and texture


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Composition one lines, shape and texture

  2. 2. LINES
  4. 4. C ONVERGING L INES More than one line becoming closer at the end of a photograph Converging lines are very eye catching in a photograph. Even if you are not aware of converging lines. Converging lines create a focal points of were the eye will travel and rest.
  5. 5. DIVERGING LINESClose at the beginning, moving further apart at the end
  6. 6. D IVERGING L INES Diverging Lines work the opposite of converging lines. Diverging lines are more than one line that move further apart from each other at the end of the photograph. This also works as a focal point because your eyes will be guided of the departure of the lines.
  8. 8. C URVED L INES Curved lines are visually appealing, even if you are not aware of curved lines Curved lines create a sense of balance and give off positive energy
  9. 9. W HAT ARE THESE LINES ? Can you see the two types of lines that are used in this photograph? Guess what line elements are used in this photograph
  10. 10. C URVED AND C ONVERGING LINES See the curved lines within the road. As you get further in the photograph the curved lines begin to converge.
  11. 11. SHAPE
  12. 12. SHAPE Shape is two dimensional , which makes subjects look flat In Photography shape brings balance to photographs. Without balance, you will get lost and lose interest of the photograph drastically Using the right elements such as light and texture can create form from shape, which is three dimensional.
  13. 13. TEXTURE
  14. 14. TEXTURE Texture is used to emphasize a subject and it’s dimension The detailing of texture can increase the emphasis on the subject. Texture can create a perception of 2 or 3 dimensional feel to the subject
  15. 15. Bibliography