Learning Guide Five Ridley Browder

Baseline Requirements

SUMMARY OF KEY READINGS

There are several parts of a photograph that are impactful on the emotion portrayed on a specific person; all people have different emotions towards the same photograph. These parts are called lines, shapes, forms, colors, textures, composition, unity, dominance, subordination, coherence, balance, space, rhythm, proportion, and chaos. Each of these parts attribute something towards the overall structure of the photograph. Lines, shapes, and forms establish the objects that are situated in the photo. Colors and textures change the way how the objects are seen. Composition and unity are how the objects in the photo connect together to form the larger picture. Dominance and subordination show which objects in the photo are more important. All of the pillars of photography are very important to portraying the correct emotions.

COMPOSITION EXERCISE

Original Photo
Upside Down
Outlined
Arrows
Edited Upside Down
Edited Upright

EMULATION

5 BEST IMAGES

Enrichment Activities

EMULATION

DESIGN ELEMENT REFLECTION

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