light writing, fast, panning, and slow
Rule of thirds
The images above are examples of a rule of thirds images, because the main subject in the image is not in the center.
The images above are examples of an asymmetric images, because the subject in the image is equally balanced on both sides of the image.
The images above are examples of a symmetric images, because everything in the image is equally distributed.
A: 20, more images than required
Q: 16, all images cropped
C: 20, all images contain elements of design.
CC: 20, all . images display an advanced understanding.
Rule of Thirds
These images are examples of rule of thirds, because the subject of the images are not in the center.
These images are examples of symmetrical, because the space is divided equally by the subject in the photo.
These images are examples of asymmetrical, because the two subjects balance each other out in the image.
I personally prefer direct light, because i would like to see the images detail in direct sunlight. I am happiest with the top right image, because it is an image of the main building and i just like the way the image came out. I am least happy with the bottom right photo, because the image is too dark. Next time i would adjust the settings on my camera to brighten the image.
A: 16 – submitted required amount of photos
Q: 16- all photos are cropped
C: 20- all photos complete guid lines
CC: 20- all photos show understanding of lesson
These photos are direct sunlight photos, because the sunlight is directly shinning on them without anything in between.
These photos are diffused light, because the sunlight is not directly on them but the sun light is being blocked by an object making the object a softer tone.
These photos are silouette, because the light source is behind them making them look darker.