- Vertical Shots (2 images)
- Vantage Point (3 images -Bird’s Eye View, Ant’s Eye View, Direct Approach)
- Framing (3 images- Tight Framing, Wide Framing, Frame within a Frame)
- Rule of Thirds (2 images)
- Leading Lines (1 image)
- Reflection (1 image)
Using Adobe Lightroom, develop your images only to enhance them. Later on in the year we will talk about editing to affect mood, tone or artist style, but first we need to 'learn the rules' before we can break them.
- What is the difference between JPGS and RAW?
- Develop module overview
- Basic editing in Adobe Lightroom (start at 8:55 - 16:47) also see Basic editing in Lightroom
- What is a Histogram and how do I use it to edit my images? One more explanation of the Histogram
Export images as low resolution JPGS to place in your Google Doc. How to Export photos in Lightroom
To export your images select all images to export and right click > Export > Export to Email (hard drive)
Select new folder G: > Photo 1 > Composition Tech
In Google Classroom Open the Composition Reflection assignment. Open the template provided and place your images in the template. Next to the name of the technique insert your image and write an explanation of how the technique was used in the image to enhance the composition and the subject. Complete your reflections for all 12 images and then turn in to Google Classroom.
1. Vertical Orientation- To photograph Will I turned the camera 90 degrees to emphasize the height of my subject. By rotating the camera I was able to fill the frame with part of the V and my subject who was standing leaning on the V wall. Additional techniques used in this image are rule of thirds and direct approach to create more movement in my composition.