 A Greek word which means “ a painting or drawing with light.“ -BetterPhoto.com
Tyrikus CunninghamSenior Project
   Love Photography   Nature   Outgoing   Travel
   Herbert Land (1947)   Instant   Privacy
A.   CompactB.   Point and ShootC.   DSLR
   Wide Angle   Fisheye   Macro   Telephoto
A.   Develop an eye for a picture  1. Look beyond thingsB. Find Subject
A.   Exposure
   Rule Of Thirds
   Shutter Speed
A.   Depth     1. Foreground     2. Middle ground     3. Background
A.   Depth     Overlapping
   View Point
   Balancing    Elements
   Panning    1. Horizontal/Vertical Movement    2. Moving Subject    3. Sports    4. Camera Movement
A.   Landscape     1. Wide Angle Lens     2. Nice Vantage Point     3. Ideally Panoramic Scene
A.    Wildlife Photography     1.   Wild, Often Adventurous     2.   May Take Days     3.   Weather     4.   Sometimes Dan...
   Contre’-Jour    1. French for “Against Daylight”    2. Point into sunlight
   Sports    1. Panning    2. Fast Shutter Speed    3. Peak Action    4. Autofocus    5. Reactions, Facial Expressions
A.    Urban Photography     1.        Regarding People     2.        Time Of Day     3.        Early Bird          A.     ...
   Different Rules   Techniques   Perspective
   Time   Weather   Finding places to take pictures
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  • Theres more to photography than just taking pictures, there are a lot of different things to consider when trying to get, that perfect picture.
  • Increasing the Illusion of DepthIn outdoor photography, we’re generally dealing with two types of light: sunlight and skylight. By positioning the sun at right angles from camera position, we add shadows to our scene. If fill light is added to the scene, it’s weak. In the natural scene, fill light can come from a variety of sources and it is the sun light being reflected: clouds, water, and rock walls are but several sources of fill light.
  • You should balance the "weight" of your subject by including another object of lesser importance to fill the space. Photography mad
  • Couple Styles Of Photography

    1. 1.  A Greek word which means “ a painting or drawing with light.“ -BetterPhoto.com
    2. 2. Tyrikus CunninghamSenior Project
    3. 3.  Love Photography Nature Outgoing Travel
    4. 4.  Herbert Land (1947) Instant Privacy
    5. 5. A. CompactB. Point and ShootC. DSLR
    6. 6.  Wide Angle Fisheye Macro Telephoto
    7. 7. A. Develop an eye for a picture 1. Look beyond thingsB. Find Subject
    8. 8. A. Exposure
    9. 9.  Rule Of Thirds
    10. 10.  Shutter Speed
    11. 11. A. Depth 1. Foreground 2. Middle ground 3. Background
    12. 12. A. Depth Overlapping
    13. 13.  View Point
    14. 14.  Balancing Elements
    15. 15.  Panning 1. Horizontal/Vertical Movement 2. Moving Subject 3. Sports 4. Camera Movement
    16. 16. A. Landscape 1. Wide Angle Lens 2. Nice Vantage Point 3. Ideally Panoramic Scene
    17. 17. A. Wildlife Photography 1. Wild, Often Adventurous 2. May Take Days 3. Weather 4. Sometimes Dangerous 5. Safe Distance 6. Telephoto Lens 7. Can include Nature
    18. 18.  Contre’-Jour 1. French for “Against Daylight” 2. Point into sunlight
    19. 19.  Sports 1. Panning 2. Fast Shutter Speed 3. Peak Action 4. Autofocus 5. Reactions, Facial Expressions
    20. 20. A. Urban Photography 1. Regarding People 2. Time Of Day 3. Early Bird A. Clean Streets B. Less People & Activity 4. Explore Different ZonesB. Urban Spray 1. Ugly and Vandalistic 2. Form of art
    21. 21.  Different Rules Techniques Perspective
    22. 22.  Time Weather Finding places to take pictures

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