PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGE BY: BRAEDEN BARNES

Story inspires a moment:

Story inspires a moment:

Light shows balanced lighting or use of shadows:

Light shows balanced lighting or use of shadows:

Black and white shot:

Black and white shot:

Movement/ action shot:

Movement/ action shot

Leading Lines:

Leading lines:

Viewpoint (low perspective)

Viewpoint (low perspective)

Viewpoint ( high perspective)

Viewpoint ( high perspective)

Close up:

Close up:

Depth:

Depth:

Framing:

Framing:

Forced perspective:

Forced perspective:

Reaction:

Reaction:

Symmetry or patterns:

Symmetry or patterns:

Cropping:

BEFORE

AFTER

BEFORE

AFTER

Rule of thirds:

Rule of thirds:

Experimentation shots:

My favorite pictures:

This is one of my favorite pictures because i like the lines. Also I like how there are shadows under the tree; I think it has good lighting.

This is one of my favorite pictures because its very bright and it shows the close up on the flower.

I like this picture because it has cool red and yellow leading lines to the car. I would of liked this picture even better if the lighting was good.

I really like this picture because it is very colorful. Also I like the shell at the bottom left of the picture. Lastly I think its cool how the plants are kind of leading you're eyes to the water.

CAREERS IN PHOTOGRAPHY:

FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER: In fashion photography they usually take pictures of models. For this job you need good qualification and you need to have good location. In this job you get to travel a lot and you get to use a lot of creativity in your shots. It can also be very high pressure though. The average pay for this job is about 59,000.

STOCK PHOTOGRAPHER: In stock photography you go to offices and take pictures of things such as workers. For this job you need to know what you are doing. With this job you could earn a lot of money but the majority of your pictures will get you next to nothing. The average pay for this job is usually not much.

WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER: In wild life photography you take pictures of animals in their environments. For this job you need a formal tuition. With this job you can have an amazing time but it can sometimes be dangerous because you could be in areas with political or money problems. The average pay for this job is 28k.

WAR OR PHOTOJOURNALIST PHOTOGRAPHER: In this job you take pictures of things happening in war or political events. In this job you generally work in the media or a newspaper company before this job. This job tends to never have a shortage of work and it can be very exciting but it can be dangerous. The average pay is 17k to 63k.

MEDICAL PHOTOGRAPHER: This job requires you to take pictures of medical related things such as patients going through surgery. In this job you need a degree in photography. This job can help contribute to save lives but it can be very boring. The average pay is 41 to 59k.

ASTROPHOTOGRAPHY: In this job you take pictures related to space. You don't really need any qualifications for this job. In this job you can discover new things in space but you wont usually make your money back. The average pay for a pro is 40 to 100k.

PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHY: In this job you take pictures of things you can buy. It's pretty much advertisement. In this job you need to be skilled but many of them are self-employed. This job will always have work to do but it's not very creative. The average pay is between 40-50k depending on experience.

SPORTS PHOTOGRAPHY: In this job you take pictures of sport events such as basketball. In this job connections are almost as equally important as training. If this job is your passion you will love it but it can take a long time to earn money. The average salary is 10 to 20k.

PAPARAZZI: In paparazzi you take pictures of celebrities for things like magazines. You do not need formal education but location is extremely important. In this job you can make really good money but it may be hard to get hookups. Each shot you take can usually pay between 50 to 250 dollars.

DEFINITION OF THE RULES OF PHOTOGRAPHY:

Light shows balance: The light needs to be equal throughout the picture. One side cant be dark and the other be bright. You could use shadows in the picture.

Rule of thirds: To put the main subject on the main line and their intersection point.

Balancing elements: A technique that balances objects so there is visual weight.

Leading lines: Leading lines a used to draw a viewers eye through the picture or to a subject. They can be intentional or unintentional lines.

Symmetry and patterns: This uses elements that are repeated such as bricks and is used to create cool images.

Viewpoint: Viewpoint is a way photographers look or think about something. It's pretty much the camera angle and where you are taking the picture such as low or high viewpoint.

Background: A part of the scene that is farthest away from the viewer. You can have a simple background to focus on the main part of the picture or you can have the background a little more interesting.

Depth: Is the distance between the nearest and the farthest object in a picture. You can have many layers of depth or just a few.

Framing: Framing is the process of creating composition or making the main subject stand out.

Cropping: Cropping is the removal of the outer edges of a picture.

Experimentation: Experimentation means you are taking many different shots of the same thing so you can see if any of them are better than the others.

Credits:

Created with images by diego_torres - "sunset field poppy sun"

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