Photography BY: Julius Okpulor

Story

Light

Movement

Black and White Portrait

Leading Lines

Low Viewpoint

High Viewpoint

Close up Pictures

Depth

Framing

Forced Perspective

Reaction

Symmetry and Patterns

Cropping

Rule Of Thirds

Expiremental

Creativity

I like the way the filter looks on this picture.
I like the way the water looks in this picture

Rule of Thirds- 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- the objects are of equal visual weight.

Leading Lines- They're used to draw a viewers attention to a specific part of the frame.

Symmetry & Patterns- These leggings have a pattern that is symmetrical

Viewpoint- The height of the camera or the way the picture is taken.

Background- It's behind the main subject of the photograph.

Depth- also called focus range or effective focus range.

Framing- with light or lack of light, they all work well to bring the viewer's eye to your subject.

Cropping- Cropping is the removal of the outer parts of an image to improve framing.

Experimentation- Types of Experimental Photography Techniques. An experimental photography technique can be defined as anything that one uses to alter or otherwise change a photography.

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