D.O.F activity

This an example of shallow depth of field. The purpose of this photo I’m assuming is for humor or maybe to show that the object is surprised.

This an example of deep depth of field. The purpose of this photo is to show that the girl is sad.

This is an example of shallow depth of field. The purpose of this photo is to show the mans facial features.

This is an example of deep depth of field. The purpose of this photo is to capture a portrait of the man.

Worm’s/Bird’s eye

This is an example of Bird’s eye perspective. The strengths of this photo are that you are able to see the whole city and the mountains.

This is an example of worm’s eye perspective. The strengths of this photo are that you are able to see every texture of the flower.

When a photo is taken at eye level it is less appealing because the viewer is only able to see certain objects rather than in Bird’s or worm’s eye photos.

When we are outside we should be taking advantage of the time to get the best photos. We should not be fooling around and going into areas that we should be.

Shutter Speed

This is an example of light writing. This method of photography does need a tripod.

This is an example of light writing. This picture does require a tripod to achieve.

This is an example of panning photography and you don’t need a tripod to take a photo like this.

This is an example of panning; you don’t need a tripod to achieve a photo like this.

This is an example of fast shutter speed. You don’t need a tripod to take a fast shutter speed photo.

 

This is an example of ¬†fast shutter speed. You don’t need a tripod to capture a fast shutter

This is an example of blur motion. You don’t need a tripod to take a blur motion photo.

This is an example of blur motion photography. You don’t need a tripod to take picture like this one.

Quality of light/composition

This picture show the rule of third because the focus object is placed near the bottom left intersection rather than in the middle. The quality of light that is shown in this picture is diffused.

This picture is an example of symmetrical balance because you can draw a line directly in the center of the picture and they would be the same on both sides. The quality of light in this picture is direct.

This picture is an example of rule of thirds because the object is placed in the bottom right intersection rather than the middle. The quality of light that is shown in this photo is diffused.

In this photo symmetrical balance is shown because you can cut the Eiffel Tower in half you will get the same on both sides. The quality of light that is shown in this picture is diffused.

This picture is an example of asymmetrical balance because one the left side there are two chairs and on the right side there is one chair and they balance out each other. The quality of light that is shown in this picture is direct.

This picture is an example of asymmetrical balance because on the left side of the picture there are five trees shown and on the right side there is on tree. The quality of light that is shown is silhouette.