Photography By: Emma Vett

Rule of Thirds
Black & White Portrait
Leading Lines
Viewpoint (Low Perspective)
Viewpoint (High Perspective)
Close Up Perspective
Forced Perspective (Staged Shot)
Symmetry and Paterns
Favorite Picture #1: This is one of my favorite pictures because of the blurry lights and the focus on the raindrops.
Favorite Picture #2: I love this photo because of the bright red color of the rose along with the dark trees in the background.
Favorite Picture #3: I also love this photo as the sunlight reflects off all the dark objects (and it has a story behind it, as my family and I were resting after a long walk around London, England).
Experimentation Picture #1: Experimenting with the sunlight
Experimentation Picture #2: Experimenting with leading lines

Rule of Thirds: The rule of thirds is when your main subject is on one of the third lines (if you were to divide up a picture into 9 segments).

Balancing Elements: Balancing Elements is when your subject is off-centre with an interesting background to fill in the blank space beside the subject.

Leading Lines: Leading Lines is when there are different lines within the photo, whether curvy, zigzag, straight, diagonal, etc. They can lead to a subject or destination.

Symmetry and Patterns: Symmetry and Patterns is when a photo has different shapes and patterns within it, creating eye-catching scenes. You can also take a picture breaking the shapes and patterns.

Viewpoint: Viewpoint is the different angles when taking a photo, like eye level, birds eye view, side view, etc.

Background: Background is when the background of the photo doesn’t overpower or detract the attention from the main subject.

Depth: Depth is taking a photo that can overlap or show different layers in the foreground, middle ground, and background, creating a more complex and depth picture.

Framing: Framing is when the backgrounds isolate the main focus, making the subject more distinct.

Cropping: Cropping is when you alter the photo by making sure the attention is focused on the main subject.

Experimentation: Experimentation is just trying new styles and composition rules in the photos you take. Experiment!


Fashion Photographer: A Fashion Photographer promotes fashion using models all around the world. They get an average of $59,000 and have the advantage of traveling the world!

Stock Photography: Stock Photography is where you license photos. It has various salaries, as sometimes it takes awhile to gain a decent wage while other times your pay can be off the chart!

Wildlife Photographer: Wildlife Photographers have the privilege of traveling the world and taking pictures of wildlife! An average salary is $26,000 and the job offers extreme satisfaction!

War or Photojournalist Photographer: A War or Photojournalist Photographer documents war coverage for media or newspaper. Average salary is $17,000-$63,000 and is an exhilarating job.

Medical Photographer: A Medical Photographer takes pictures of events that occur in a hospital. The average salary is $41,000- $59,000 and offers the satisfaction that you contributed to saving someone's life!

Astrophotography: Astrophotography is taking pictures of celestial objects, both in the night sky and through the lens of a telescope. Average salary can range from $40,000-$100,000 and is a geek's dream come true!

Product Photographer: A Product Photographer is responsible for making sure whatever the merchant is hoping to sell looks as good as possible (like advertising). Is mainly a freelancing job.

Sports Photographer: A Sports Photographer captures moments and events involving sports. The average salary is $10,000-$20,000.

Paparazzi: Paparazzi take photos of celebrities and sell them to magazines, invading a famous person’s life and snapping photos of them for entertainment. An average salary can be $50-$250 per photo, some upwards towards $10,000


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