suzie's photography composition
Post on 22-Dec-2014
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Suzie Lalopoulou 9-04
There are no rules in photography but composition helps make photos better
Following are some examples of composition:
Symmetry and PatternsI picked these pictures because I thought they looked somewhat the
same on both sides and there were some distinct patters in the photos.
Symmetry and Patterns
Balancing ElementsI picked these pictures because there was something off centre, but that didn’t make
the rest of the picture boring or anything. The pictures seemed pretty balanced.
Leading LinesI picked these pictures because I noticed many lines in all of
them, and yes, they are leading.
ViewpointI chose these pictures because they showed different
angles and viewpoints that someone might be looking from.
BackgroundI chose these pictures because they showed the area of where I took the picture and what the place looked like.
DepthI chose these photos because they showed the depth of
something, whether it be a line of cars or a school hallway.
FramingI chose these photos because in all of them, there was something in a section of the picture that framed the picture and made it look better than it would have been on
CroppingI chose these pictures because they had a pretty simple
background but something in that background stood out.
ExperimentationI chose these pictures because well... They were
Rule of ThirdsI chose these pictures because about a third (or maybe a little less) has the main focus and points of interest of the
Rule of Thirds