Ruk Phatrapakdee Media art portfolio

~Welcome to my portfolio~

Collage photo

Collage portrait project ??? - Using Adobe Photoshop to edit your portrait by adding the filter and then print the picture. Create an art form by gluing difference small picture from book , news , and magazines in an A4 paper. Cover your printed picture(with model) with gel medium and wait for a day.After that use water spray to spray on your collage and rubbed the paper off.

Step 1

Take a pictures of your model

Step 2

Add filter in Adobe Photoshop & Printed it. Next start to glue a picture/image on a clean piece of a paper, then cover your filter picture with gel medium and cover with another paper that you make. Patiently wait for a day.

Step 3

Now your collage with a paper that you cover it .You need to rub the paper off by using water spray to spray the water on it and rubbed it off until the picture is clean.DONE!
~~~Can you see the word "FUN"? - This lesson was all about going out around the school and taking pictures of an object that's look like a letter.(A-Z)~~~

Compositon Defined

One thing that really separates a good photo from an average one is strong composition

1.Simplicity

a thing that is plain, natural, or easy to understand.

2.Rule of thrid

A applied by aligning a subject with the guide lines and their intersection points, placing the horizon on the top or bottom line.

3.Leading Lines

are one of the most effective and under-utilised compositional tools available to photographers.
There are no rules for good photographs , there are only good photographs

4.balance

Asymmetry - lack of equality or equivalence between parts or aspects of something.
Symmetry - the quality of being made up of exactly similar parts facing each other.

5.Framing

The action of framing something.

6.Viewpoint

Worm eye
Eye level
You don't take a photograph , you make it

Macro shot

What is Macro shot?
The extreme close-up photography, usually of very small subjects.
Focus on an object can make the background blur.
Zoo Pictures

Zoo Project

~We went to the zoo to take pictures of an animals~ by using what we learn from the lesson above.

Elephant From Thailand 🐘🇹🇭

Thank You

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Ruk Phatrapakdee
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@Ruktheoneman

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