DARKNESS CANNOT DRIVE OUT DARKNESS; ONLY LIGHT CAN DO THAT. HATE CAN NOT DRIVE OUT HATE; ONLY LOVE CAN DO THAT.-MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.
Line and Shape
What locations and subject matter did you choose to shoot for your photos? Describe the photos you took:What is the distance in the shot? (How close or far away are you from your subject?) What was your point of view when you took the photos? (from above, below, straight on...) Are your photographs horizontal or vertical? Did you consider the rule of thirds to compose your shots? In which photos? Describe. Which one of your photos is a dynamic composition that successfully leads the viewer’s eye through the work?
I took this photo inside my house. It was of light on a wall that came in through a stain glass window. I took the picture close to the wall but not extremely close. The photo was straight on but slightly tilted to partially block out the stairs on the left and a cabinet on the right. I think it kind of emphasizes the light on the wall. I didn't want to totally block out the stairs because on the the stairs there is a nail that is the same shade as the light. To me I think that makes your eye move a little more. My photo is taken vertically. I didn't use the rule of thirds to compose my shot. When you look at this photo your eye follows the direction of the light. You could either look at it from the bottom right to the top left or in the opposite direction.
Pattern and Texture Reflection Digital Photography Troutman Reflection: Answer the following in paragraph form underneath the photo gallery on your Pattern and Texture page.You may type the answers in Word to correct all grammar, spelling and punctuation! On your site, drag down a text box and write a paragraph to answer the following questions: Describe your best photo: What is the distance in the shot? (How close or far away are you from your subject?) What was your point of view when you took the photos? (from above, below, straight on...) Is your photograph horizontal or vertical? Does this photo follow the rule of thirds? Why or why not? (Describe). Is this photo an example of pattern, texture and/or rhythm? Explain. Proper Exposure: In changing your photos to black and white, we have adjusted the levels in your photos with consideration of the highlights, mid-tones and shadows. Examine your photos and answer the following questions: Which image may be overexposed? (too bright) Why? Which area/areas is/are too bright?Which image is underexposed? (too dark) Which area/areas is/are too dark?Which image is the best example of a properly exposed photo? Explain why
My best photo is of a pine cone leaning on a tree. The photo is taken fairly close. My point of view is straight on. The photo is vertical. .No the pine cone photo doesn't follow the rule or thirds because I didn't think about the rule of thirds when I took the photo. The pine cone photo is an example of texture because when you look at it you can see the texture within the acorn as well as in the tree. The pine cone looks smooth and the tree looks rough. The photo of the the flowers looks over exposed on the petals. The petals look really bright white. The underexposed part of the flower photo is in the background between the grass. There you can see that it's really dark black The photo of the stairs is the proper exposed photo not too bright not too dark it's just right. The wall is light grey and the stairs a dark grey not too bright or dark.
Motion Assessment Digital Photography Troutman Select one of your images that show a fast shutter speed. Approximately what shutter speed did you use to freeze action?What ISO and WB settings did you use? What action did you freeze? (Describe).What was your distance, and point of view for the photo?Describe any compositional elements (tools) that are present in or that strength then the photo.(rule of thirds, positive and negative space, line, shape, pattern, texture, strong colors, contrast...)
In the pompom moving picture the shutter speed I used was 1/1000 of a second. The ISO was at 200 in sunlight. The WB setting was sunny. I froze the pom pom picture. I was at a semi-far distance from what I was capturing. I took the photo straight on. I didn't use the rule of thirds rule. This photo shows motion at a fast shutter speed. There is space all around her which makes her stand out. There is contrast between the dark clothing and the light background. She is right in the center of the two columns which shows makes her stand out. There are rectangle shapes on the ground. Her shadow is at a diagonal angle.
Select one of your images that show a slow shutter speed. Approximately what shutter speed did you use to purposely blur action?What ISO and WB settings did you use? What motion, or part of the image shows blur? (Describe).What was your distance, and point of view for the photo?Describe any compositional elements (tools) that are present in or that strength then the photo.(rule of thirds, positive and negative space, line, shape, pattern, texture, strong colors, contrast...)
In the picture with the sound tube the shutter speed was at 1/25 of a second. The ISO was at 200 in sunlight. The WB setting was sunny. The blue sound tube shows blur because that is what was moving. It looks like the blurry part is see through. I was close and straight on to what I was capturing in the photo. My photo shows motion at a slow shutter speed. There are rectangles with in the windows and the bricks of the building. There is a shadow of the column. The blue sound tube goes against the light and dark background. Within the blurred tube part you can see the lines of the tube.