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Elements of Art for photography

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Elements of Art for photography

  1. 1. (The Ingredients)
  2. 2. Lines can be varied in many ways to create different properties in an image.
  3. 3. • Lines are the most noticeable part of the image • Lines do not have to be straightLine
  4. 4. Take up the positive space in an image and can be geometric or organic.
  5. 5. • A square, rectangle, triangle, or circle is the main focus of the imageShape
  6. 6. The illusion of depth created by the way subjects arearranged, using negative space, and using perspective.
  7. 7.  One subject or object is the centre of attention. Everything else in the image does not take a lot of attention
  8. 8. Off Centre• One object or subject is thecentre of attention, however it isplaced away from the centre ofthe image.• Allows eyes to move acrossthe image to find the focal point(focus)
  9. 9. • One object/subject is up close,while another is far away• Gives the sense of distance anddepth
  10. 10. Visual/Linear Perspective• Visible lines going into the image, meetingwithin the image.•Creates a tunnel effect into the image
  11. 11. • Subjects/objects in the imagedisappear into the distance• Is different from Visual Perspective:No tunnel effect. Aerial Perspective
  12. 12. Space in Front• Moving objects/subjectsmove INTO the image• Can see where thesubject/object is going
  13. 13. Creating the illusion of what it would be like to touch or provoking a specific sense of touch through an image.
  14. 14. • Usually a close up view of the subject/object. • The texture of the subject/object is the focus, and is noticed first.Texture
  15. 15. Perception of reflected light.
  16. 16. Color • The color takes more attention than anything else in the image. • You see the colors first, then the subject of the image.
  17. 17. The lightness or darkness of a color or line
  18. 18. Value• Different hues/shades of a color is themost noticeable part of the image• The image has one soft color as the mainfocus
  19. 19. Has a size, shape, and a background. Creates the illusion of three dimensionality. Many elements can becombined to make form (ie: shape, space, texture, and value/tone
  20. 20. • Has soft shadows: Dark image with low lighting • Focus is on showing the three dimensionality of the subject/object •NOT fashion photography:Form fashion photography does not show shadows!

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