Photography Pilar casanova

story
story
lighting
lighting
movement
movement
black and white portrait
black and white portrait
leading lines
leading lines
viewpoint(low)
viewpoint(low)
viewpoint(high)
viewpoint(high)
close up
close up
depth
depth
framing
framing
forced perspective
forced perspective
reaction
reaction
symmetry/pattern
symmetry/pattern
before(cropping)after
before(cropping)after
rule of 1/3
rule of 1/3
expiremental shot
experimental shot
favorite picture 1
favorite pic 2
favorite shot 3

Jobs in Photography: Most jobs in photography don't tend to be extremely difficult, but some are. Photographers also do not tend to make a whole lot of money(some ji=obs do give a good pay.)

Photojournalism: Is a photographer that takes pictures that covers a new world event.The phonographs should be able to tell the story to the audience, they basically do a over all coverage of the event except by using a picture.

Stock photographer: They take photographs of a simple straight forward picture. Their average salary are off the charts. They do not have to worry about running out of content, they have endless picture ideas.

Medical Photographer: This is the photographer that takes photos of medical stuff, including a patients undergoing surgery. These photos are taken to be inspected and viewed by other doctors. These photographers save lives by a single photo.

Composition Rules:

Rule 1/3's: This rule is when parts of the picture fall into a grid of thirds. Like a horizon might fall into the bottom line of the "grid".

Balancing elements: Balancing elements is when you balance all the colors and objects. It does not look like it has more color or objects on one side.

Leading lines: In the photograph there will be something that acts like a line. That line will lead up to the "story" or to the "objective".

symmetry and pattern: This rule is when both sides of the photograph look symmetrical, or in the photo there is a pattern that repeats its self through out the whole picture.

Viewpoint: View point is the angle the the picture was taken at. There is low and high viewpoint, it could also be how the photographer wants the viewer to see it.(though a certain point of view)

Background: In the photo the main "story" or "objective" of it may sink into the background so , they blur the background. Making the "objective" of the photograph stand out.

Depth: Is when something goes on forever. There will usually be a path or row of some sort, which will go on to the center and draw your eyes to the center.

Framing: is when two or more objects narrow the picture down, making an outline of the photograph.

Cropping: Is when you take a part of a picture to make it look better.

Experimentation: This rule is when you try out new things, just fro the fun of it. Or sometimes to test how something will look.

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