Elements of Art:



Simple Things:
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Compositional Techniques:
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Reflection

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Point of View

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Shadow


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Rule of Thirds

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Framing

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Leading Line


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Basiten Prop

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Quincy Obscuring

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Lighting/Out of Comfort Zone


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Ghosting

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Drawing

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Portrait

Light Painting:



My Best Photo To Date:
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At the end of this unit, i feel this photo best represents my change as a photographer. Before i joined this class, i would never take compositional techniques into account and every photo i took was a simple snap-shot. However, in this photo, you can see that i have used point of view by getting low, I have also taken the photo into the sun causing the the web (main focal point) to look as if it has no color. I chose this photo because i am proud how i have taken such a simple photo, yet it has so much technique behind it. So far i feel the most important thing i have learned as a photographer is not to be shy, get creative, and take photos out of your comfort zone.
http://www.tumblr.com/tumblelog/fraynedylan

Village:

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89 Year old

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Light love school

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Happy Lady


Culture Clash:

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In my culture clash I wanted to show the fading of the past and the begging of the future. If you look closely you will see that I have a dragon in the center of my clash. The dragon is fading to show that the Chinese culture is slowly becoming less important than things like there relationships with other countries, and that’s where the US part of the clash comes in. I have a boy skating to show that children now are becoming more interested in recreational activities than learning about culture with was a great importance in China years ago.