Friday, September 25, 2015





 Symmetry, asymmetry and balance were the three concepts I tried to show through these images. In order to take a symmetrical picture, you must imaging a line passing through the center of the frame and if both sides are the same, the photo shows symmetry. On the contrary, asymmetry is when the main image of the photo is not in the center of the frame. In balance, the objects in the frame must balance each other out in color or size.

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Arrangement Of Lines

Lines Leading To The Object

Decorative Lines

The three concepts shown here are arrangement of lines, lines that lead to the subject, and decorative lines. When showing an arrangement of lines, the lines should be arranged in a unique way.  In lines leading to the subject, there should be either lines or another object/objects which draw your eyes to the main image. When showing an image with decorative lines, the main object should have decorative designs on it.

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Depth Staging

Leading Lines:


 The three ideas that I tried to show here are depth staging, leading lines and repetition. When trying to show depth staging, you need to have more than one object, one to the side or diagonally behind the first one. When showing leading lines, the object must have lines which connect at one point. When showing repetition, your image must have objects which should be behind each other (not directly behind though) and progress into a smaller size.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Through the photos above, I tried to demonstrate diagonal and triangular shots as well as represent the rule of thirds. I've tried choose photos from different settings to better represent each shot or rule. In a diagonal shot, you should have the center of the image be diagonal, however not all the images must be that way (the beach image for example). For triangular shots, the main image should be triangular (the open pink flower for example). However, for the rule of thirds the target should be along one of the points in the "grid"(The peach flower on the metal bar for example)