Elements




Simple Things


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Composition

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Point Of View

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Leading Lines

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Rule of Thirds


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Shadow

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Framing

Portraits


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Obscuring part of the subject

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Obscured Portrait

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Drawing

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Ghosting



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I chose this photo as my best photo. My favourite design element in this photo is the colour. The design element of the photo is what makes it so striking for me.The vibrant dark green that overwhelms the whole picture is contrasted by the light soft purple, adding different dimensions to the photo and emotions.I also liked the different textures of the green, showing the same colour design element but different textures. photoalso shows the use or Rule of Thirds, which is my favourite compositional technique because I feel that it makes photos more powerful when the subject is not dead center. The design element of colour and the compositional technique of rule of thirds, were the two concepts I focused on when taking this photo. The most important thing I have learnt during this photography course is to look at things in different perspectives. Even when you have one subject, looking at it in different angles and photographing it more than once can open your mind and produce a great photo. perspectives can produce different outcomes and create very interesting photos

Prezi Link

http://prezi.comvytcbra1ahzd/cartier-bresson/

Master's Response- Henri Cartier Bresson

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Masters Response


THE VILLAGE

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Welcome

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Oranges

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Culture Clash


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My culture clash is just a collection of normal entities of life, in the Beijing and Yarmouth community. I simply took images that represent aspects of the communities. The blue sky as a backdrop for my photo is considered a gift in Beijing, as we are engulfed by all the grey pollution. The wave of water that is in the sky is like a wave that is ’washing’ away the blue sky. In addition the beach is a natural aspect of Yarmouth that we in Beijing don’t get to experience. That is why I incorporated the blue sky and Beijing, as we rarely or never get to have them. The American child in the bike and the Chinese child in the sun are a symbol for the young. The young growing in to different communities, but they come together in this photo. Similar to how our digital imagery class and the one in Yarmouth come together through our sharing of photos. The dog and bike represent things that I see a lot in China and the moon cake illustrates Chinese culture. The door is like a door is a mystery. It can represent whatever the viewer chooses to see it as. For me, it is like an opening into the future of this sharing experience-not just in digital class with Yarmouth, but also the sharing of information and ideas globally.