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Justin Wheeler Photo Gallery

RULE OF THIRDS

The picture with the rock focus point is the rock. The picture attracts your attention to the rock then to the reflection. It makes you want to look at the picture more. The rock is placed on ⅓ of the way across the page. The eye goes straight to the rock and the reflection. The rock was edited to be in the focal point so it catches the eye.

Macro

The picture with the pink flower is a macro because it is zoomed in to the middle of the flower. It shows a close up of the flower and shows details. The middle of the flower is the part of the flower that the camera focused on. It makes the thing in the middle of the flower look larger and more detailed. The picture was taken to the side so it would expose more detail.

Leading Lines

The photo of the tree line and the path follows the leading line rule. The the trees are the leading lines that make the eye follow down the tree line and follows the path. The leading line leads to an vansioning point. The trees lead the your attention down the path to the end.

Monochrome

The monochrome photo that was edited through gimp had the concrete cloned out of it so it wouldn’t lead peoples eyes away from Taytum. The black and white was balanced in the photo so it wouldn’t be overpowered by one of the colors. The dark spots in the photo lead your eyes in a circle of interest. The black and white makes the photo more interesting.

Portrait

I edited the photo with the hands in it by cropping out the stuff that was above the sheet. I then turned the opacity down so that it wouldn’t darkin everything too much. I burned midtones and highlights till it got to where i liked it. I then cloned over the light behind the sheet. I made sure that the round light bulb that was the brightest was cloned over with the right shade of the sheet that was on the other side of the person.

Still Life

The picture of the truck jumping over the dump truck had many things changed. The background was smudged and blurred so the waves in the would not draw attention. The whole image burned so the light in the image was not overpowering. There was an object in the side of the image in the rocks that I had to clone over.

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