A Crash Course in Photographic Composition
English | .MP4 | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | h264, yuv420p, 962x720, 30.00 fps(r) | 427MBGenre: E-learning
Composition. We'll focus on why certain images just "work" and discuss the importance of proportion in photographic composition, starting off with a discussion of the photographic frame, and then moving onto subject placement, and then going to more specific forms of proportion such as balance, the rule of thirds, golden ratio and its variants.
Geometry & Lines. Building on what we've learned about proportion, we'll add geometry and lines to the equation, and will explore how the use of verticals, diagonals, and horizontal lines affect your images as well as how various shapes (circles, rectangles, triangles) can be utilized in isolation and in patterns.
Putting It All Together. We will build on the last two sessions and utilize shapes, color, and contrast to achieve the above compositions, as well as various ways of training your eye to see opportunities to make use of what we've learned so far (such as flattening / expanding perspective and use of abstraction).
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