Digital Photography Course-Finding a subject

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Digital Photography Course-Finding a subject

  1. 1. Finding a subject
  2. 2. Finding a Subject
  3. 3. • trouver un sujet
  4. 4. • Some beginners simply make pictures of whatever appeals to them; invariably the results are mediocre. Take the analogy of a sportsman: imagine someone wanting to excel in football, cricket, rugby, tennis and swimming. If he were attempting all five at once, he would not achieve very much, but by concentrating upon one – or at most two – his success and satisfaction would obviously be greater.
  5. 5. • Quelques novices font simplement des images de quoi que les appels à eux ; immanquablement les résultats sont médiocres. Prendre l'analogie d'un sportif : s'imaginer quelqu'un voulant exceller dans le football, le grillon, le rugby, le tennis et la natation. S'il tous tentait cinq tout de suite, il n'atteindrait pas beaucoup, mais en concentrant sur l'un – ou à plus deux – son succès et sa satisfaction seraient évidemment plus grands.
  6. 6. Eye is The Best Tool For Finding A Subject • To provide the best photograph, you need a basis of Photography Techniques • Photography is an art & hence requires an eye for the correct or exact photograph.
  7. 7. L'oeil est Le Meilleur Outil Pour Trouver UN Sujet • Pour fournir la meilleure photographie, vous avez besoin d'une base de Techniques de Photographie • La photographie est un art & exige donc un oeil pour la photographie correcte ou exacte.
  8. 8. • Everything around us can be the subject for our next photo. This includes everything from people to landscape to pets to inanimate objects. • determine what you like to shoot, and then stick to that subject for a while. • photography subjects is a key to success.
  9. 9. • Choosing your subject will again depend on what is available, the angle and the light • To find something new and different
  10. 10. • Always look through the view finder. • Prior to “click”, the photographer must aim the camera and compose the image.
  11. 11. 2 primary ways to see photographically • 1. pre visualization (image dreaming) • 2. realization.
  12. 12. Pre-visualization- image dreaming • Photographer is inspired to create a specific image that is seen in the mind’s eye almost like dreaming the image. Such dreaming happens even before picking up the camera. • Your artistic side of the brain visualize the image. The memory of this visualization stays with you until the next shot.
  13. 13. People pre-visualize in different ways. . Some need a catalyst to start the process. . Others can let their imagination run free This creative process works best when you are not stressed and your internal creative energies are not blocked by other thoughts or concerns
  14. 14. • The dreaming of visualized images creates a library of imaged in your memory that you can draw from when you are holding the camera. • Studying other photographs and using them as inspiration is a great way to build the personal the library
  15. 15. Realization • It is a meditative process. • The photographer must be fully aware of what is around you to see subjects clearly and distinctly
  16. 16. • C'est un processus méditatif. • Le photographe doit être entièrement conscient de quel est autour de vous voir des sujets clairement et distinctement
  17. 17. • Realization is process of finding a subject in its setting and then applying photographic techniques to produce an image that interprets your feeling about the subject. • Such photography is an extension of how you view the world, a very personal presented for others to see.
  18. 18. Pre-visualization and Realization • Can be combined in a powerful way. • Strive to produce a memorable image of almost anything. • “Seeing” is very different from just looking at things • Such photographs are indeed worth of a thousand words
  19. 19. The click of the shutter can catch a glimpse of who you are, resulting photograph can touch viewers, allows them to see themselves through your work.
  20. 20. Simple tips • When taking a photo of a person or animal, try to get a feeling of life • Manual focusing and exposure can produce excellent results . • Automatic flash is not suitable for artistic shot • Visualize your photos as a whole. Look at the surrounding area
  21. 21. • Choose location carefully, check the background, Adjust lighting too! . • Experiment with taking photos from different angles to get the best perspective

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