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PRINCIPLES OF ART     (The Recipes)
The difference between the “Elements” andthe “Principles” may seem vague or non-existent to you.Keep in mind that the “Ele...
Rhythm & MovementThe way the viewer’seyes move across theimage createsMOVEMENT.Rythm the visual beatthat a viewer can feel...
In Photography
Go to the URL below for ademo: http://www.artsconnected.org/toolkit/watch_  movement_rhythm.cfm
Pattern & RepetitionPattern can be createdby repetition and viceversa.A repeating ELEMENTcreates a patternA pattern can be...
Go to the URL below for ademo http://www.artsconnected.org/toolkit/watch_  pattern_repetition.cfm
In photography
Unity & HarmonyElements cometogether to create asense of “oneness”Elements do not overpower each other andcreate a sense o...
In photography
Contrast & EmphasisDiffering elements puttogether in an imagecreate contrast andemphasis.Contrast is most oftencreated by ...
In Photography
BalanceThe placement of theelements in an imagecreates different typesof balanceSymmetrical dividesthe image equallyAsymme...
In photography
Go to the URL below for ademo http://www.artsconnected.org/toolkit/watch_  balance_symmetrical.cfm
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  1. 1. PRINCIPLES OF ART (The Recipes)
  2. 2. The difference between the “Elements” andthe “Principles” may seem vague or non-existent to you.Keep in mind that the “Elements” make up orbuild the imageThe “Principles” are about how theseelements are put together.It’s like the material you build a house with(Elements) Vs. the architectural plan (Principles)
  3. 3. Rhythm & MovementThe way the viewer’seyes move across theimage createsMOVEMENT.Rythm the visual beatthat a viewer can feelwhen looking at theimage as they movetheir eyes across animage.You can have onewithout the other !
  4. 4. In Photography
  5. 5. Go to the URL below for ademo: http://www.artsconnected.org/toolkit/watch_ movement_rhythm.cfm
  6. 6. Pattern & RepetitionPattern can be createdby repetition and viceversa.A repeating ELEMENTcreates a patternA pattern can becreated by manyelements repeatingtogether.
  7. 7. Go to the URL below for ademo http://www.artsconnected.org/toolkit/watch_ pattern_repetition.cfm
  8. 8. In photography
  9. 9. Unity & HarmonyElements cometogether to create asense of “oneness”Elements do not overpower each other andcreate a sense ofharmony
  10. 10. In photography
  11. 11. Contrast & EmphasisDiffering elements puttogether in an imagecreate contrast andemphasis.Contrast is most oftencreated by extremelighting conditionsEmphasis is mostcommonly created bydiffering size, color, orshapes.
  12. 12. In Photography
  13. 13. BalanceThe placement of theelements in an imagecreates different typesof balanceSymmetrical dividesthe image equallyAsymmetrical dividesthe image unequallyRadial has elementsradiating from onepoint (not always inthe centre)
  14. 14. In photography
  15. 15. Go to the URL below for ademo http://www.artsconnected.org/toolkit/watch_ balance_symmetrical.cfm

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