Photography Portfolio By: Chandler Mitchell

Story

Story

Light

Light

Movement

Movement

Black and White Potrait

Black and White Potrait

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 and Patterns

Symmetry and Patterns

Cropping

Original(Left) New(Right)
Original(Left) New(Right)

Rule of Thirds

Rule of Thirds

Experimental

Experimental

This is one of my favorite photos because everything in the photo looks like it is placed perfectly
This is one of my favorite pictures because I captured a whole family of ducks
This is one of my favorite pictures because I captured a photo of a moving tractor without making blurry

Rule of Thirds:The rule of thirds is when your main subject is on at least one of the third lines if you were to divide up a picture into 9 segments. This will add interest and balance to a photo.

Balancing Elements: When you balance the “weight” of your subject by including another object of lesser importance to fill a space in a picture.

Leading Lines: When you use lines in your photo to enhance the photo’s composition.

Symmetry and Patterns: When you use symmetry and patterns in your photo to make the photo eye catching and to introduce tension and a focal point to the scene.

Viewpoint: The angle of how you shoot your picture that has a massive impact on the composition of your photo and of the message photo conveys.

Background: The back part of an image.

Depth: When you try to present the the actual scene of the photo with different layers.

Framing: When you put objects around the edge of a photo to help isolate the main object.

Cropping: When you eliminate the background, ensuring the object gets the viewers undivided attention.

Experimentation: When you experiment with your photo’s composition.

Careers in Photography

There are commercial photographers that capture pictures that will be published in advertising. they generate income by licensing existing images as sock photos. Some examples of this are stock photographers and real-estate photographers.

There are fine arts photographers that take pictures that are published in museums. Theirs salaries depend on their ability to promote their work. Some examples of this are astrophotography and photomicrography.

There are photojournalism photographers that take pictures for news coverage. these people focus on photos that tell stories about situations or events. Some examples of this are sports photographers and war photographers.

There are still photographers that take photos tat promote feature films and television. These photographers work on sets and studios and supplement their work with portraiture, travel, beauty, editorial and event contracts. A examples of this is product photography.

There are also director photographers which are in charge of the quality of images produced for feature film and television production. They have to have plenty of technical knowledge and can specialize as aerial directors of photography or underwater and marine directors of photography.

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