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Title: Principles of Design for Photography


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Principles of Design for Photography
  • Composition the pleasing arrangement of subject
    matter elements within the picture area.

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List the Principles of Design
  • Rhythm
  • Pattern
  • Movement
  • Unity
  • Proportion
  1. Variety
  2. Contrast
  3. Balance
  4. Emphasis
  5. Repetition

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Variety
  • When there are many different types of elements
    used in a work of art

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radomphotoimaging.com
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heatherelaine1.wordpress.com
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Contrast
  • In Photography, when there are not a lot of
    middle shades, a picture has extreme whites and
    blacks.
  • Using Complimentary Colors next to each other.
  • Opposites

digital-photography-school.com
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jessicadelvecchio.blogspot.com
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Balance
  • When a work of art looks like it is visually
    weighted evenly

electronics.howstuffworks.com
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http//photoinf.com/General/KODAK/guidelines_for_b
etter_photographic_composition_balance.html
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Out of Balance
Balanced
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Emphasis
  • When the artist draws attention to a particular
    area
  • Answers the questions
  • What is the subject?
  • Where is the subject?
  • Where should the viewer look?
  • What is important?
    davidoxleyphotography.co.uk

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blog.schipul.com
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Smashingapps.com
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davidoxleyphotography.co.uk
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Repetition
  • When an objects or elements are used over and over

worldofstock.com
dailytravelphotos.com
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sheamusburns.com
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sjbino.com
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Designzzz.com
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Rhythm
  • When elements are arranged to have a visual look
    of a musical beat

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dailytravelphotos.com
23
Pattern
  • When elements are repeated to create a particular
    order

wildcarp.com
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http//www.booooooom.com/2008/12/29/vogue-patterns
/
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Movement
  • When the artist captures subject matter that is
    moving or appears to be moving (action
    photography)

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Redbubble.com
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Exposureguide.com
30
Unity
  • The elements are arranged so that the piece fits
    together Everything belongs
  • Flikr.com

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Momshots.com
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http//dpshots.com/photo-inspiration/sunset-photos
.html
33
The photograph above lacks unity too much
negative space, odd placement of people, and a
rocket in the background. This photograph shows
what happened, but it is not a good art
photograph.
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Proportion
  • The elements are arranged in sizes that work
    together

rochelle-photography2010.blogspot.com
blaine901.wordpress.com
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Not Proportionedbut still good photography
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