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  1. 1. RULE OF THIRDS These portraits illustrate the rule of thirds. With the main subject being on one side of the photograph.
  2. 2. RULE OF THIRDS This landscape photograph illustrates the rule of thirds. This is because the main subject isn’t central it is on one side of the photograph.
  3. 3. SYMMETRY This portrait illustrates vertical symmetry as everything is basically exactly the same on either side.
  4. 4. HORIZONTAL, DIAGONAL AND VERTICALLINES These photographs demonstrate the attention to different types of lines.
  5. 5. INTERESTING ANGLES. These shots demonstrate that taking photographs from different angles other than eye level can create a more interesting photograph.
  6. 6. NATURAL FRAMING For these two shots I used natural framing. It created a very natural and interesting looking photograph.
  7. 7. PERSPECTIVE This photograph creates a very flat looking image as there is no depth to it at all. Having taken the picture on a diagonal there is much more depth as you can see what is along the wall.
  8. 8. PORTRAITS USING LOOK SPACE These shots illustrate ‘look-space’. Which allows us to see past what is on the photograph and to create our own interpretation at what the person is looking at.
  9. 9. MOVING PEOPLE This photograph demonstrates active space which allows us to see where the person is moving to.
  10. 10. FOREGROUND/BACKGROUND This photograph demonstrates This photograph demonstrates that by having a large aperture that by having a smaller and a short depth of field it aperture and a long depth of allowing the main object in the field it allows the picture to be foreground to be in focus and the clear from the foreground to background to be blury. the background. F/4.5 F/25 Shutter speed – 1/20 Shutter speed – 2sec