Black and White
View Point (low perspective)
View point (high perspective)
Symmetry and pattern
Rule of thirds
Rule of 1/3’s: Is applied by aligning a subject with the guide lines and their intersection points, placing the horizon on the top or bottom line, or allowing linear features in the image to flow from section to section.
Balancing Elements: A compositional technique in photography that juxtaposes images within a frame so that the objects are of equal visual weight.
Leading Lines: Used to draw the viewer's eye through a photograph.
Symmetry & Patterns: Introducing tension and a focal point to the scene in a photograph
Viewpoint: A way of looking at or thinking about something
Background: The part of a scene or picture that is farthest from the viewer
Depth: Also called focus range or effective focus range, is the distance between the nearest and farthest objects in a scene that appear acceptably sharp in an image.
Framing: Technique used to bring focus to a subject'.
Cropping: The removal of the outer parts of an image to improve framing
Experimentation: Technique can be defined as anything that one uses to alter or otherwise change a photography in a way that differs from just taking a photograph.
Career in photography
Wildlife photographer: Taking pictures and document about the wildlife.
Pros: Very satisfy
Cons: Low payment, potential life threatening danger.
Salary: $ 28000
Photojournalist: taking pictures and document about war
Pros: Exhilarating, very shortage of work
Cons: Very few protection, spend most of the time filling out paper work to access the area you want to cover
Sports photography: Taking pictures of sporting events, athletes or a particular team
Pros: uncapped potential, turning a passion into a paying career
Cons: work 80 hours/week, no guaranteed income
Paparazzi: Taking pictures of celebrates and sell it for money
Pros: Can make a lot of money depends on which celebrities it is.
Cons: Very annoying, cause lots of trouble.
Salary: Usually from $50-$250 per shot