Essential Rules of Basic Photography Nuris gutierrez

Simplicity- Declutter the background, zoom in tight to eliminate background "distractions", or change your angle so your subject remains the focus of the image.

Simplicity: the direction of attention is towards Harrison face and himself individually. the exposure was used in a 2.8mm. the main focus was his face and the soft light that was used to eliminate backround attention

Rule of Thirds

Frame your image with the subject off center it's more pleasing to the eye and appears more natural than placing the subject in the center.

Rule of Thirds

the focus is on her face and body position making it as simple as it can be by just using a grassy backround. and its depth of field would be the backround by blurring it.

Leading Lines

Use architectural lines - walls, fences, roads, or any lines to lead the eye through the photograph and draw attention toward the main subject.

the direction of attention is toward Miriam and the way she is positioned in the very front. The exposure of this image is about a +1 and sort of a a bright happy image with the use of soft light with the lines on the table and the shadows aswell

Spacing

Create a sense of movement by adding active space (the area your subject is facing) and eliminating dead space (the area behind your subject).

he direction of attention is toward Miriam and the way she is positioned in the very front also the backround the space from the bus to her in the front The exposure of this image is about a -1 and sort of a moody image with the use of soft light with the line on the ground and the way she looks in a still backround the depth of field is the backround sort of blurry.

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