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In Class Discussion

by: Samantha Bressler

In Class Discussion MPH 113 Introduction to Photography

Samantha Bressler

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Discovering Motion and Apeture
Introduction to Photography
Mr. Curtis Wilkinson
Class Notes
Photo, Photography, Digital
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Samantha Bressler on Friday October 7, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to MPH 113 Introduction to Photography at College of the Ozarks taught by Mr. Curtis Wilkinson in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Photography in Mass Media Communication at College of the Ozarks.

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Date Created: 10/07/16
Composition and Aesthetics: Is my photography any good?      Create a "safe" place to talk about your work 1. Describe 2. Analyze 3. Interpret 4. Judgement Composition/ Elements of Good photographs      Kodak's six elements           simplicity           rule of thirds           line           balance           framing           avoid mergers      Shape           2D from outline           3D shape      Form      Texture      Contrast      Pattern      Vector: creating direction for the viewer to follow      Proportion      Perspective      Color Over Exposed: absent of detail where there is supposed to be detail Improper white balance: color cast Out of Focus Blacks Whites Motion Depth of Field Captivating­ second look second look­ eye tricks Decisive Moment Symbolism/Metaphor Story 15 ways to take better photographs: 1. Get closer to your subject 2. Choose simple backgrounds 3. Sun makes the best light source 4. Shoot the same subject... many shots with subtle variations 5. Learn your camera 6. Learn to see 7. Learn to see in Black and White 8. Place your light source 9. Shoot in the "Golden Hour" 10. Learn to wait: its the moment more than the subject 11. Take your camera with you 12. Exploit one aesthetic quality 13. Find your master 14. Find your Subject 15. Break the Rules Depth of Field assignment: set camera on tripod or stable object. Select a subject that will stay in focus the entire time.


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