Activity 11

Bird’s eye view –

The strengths of taking a bird’s eye view photo is all the area you can cover in one picture compared to an eye view angle.

 

Worm’s eye view –

The strengths of taking a worm’s eye view photo is that it makes the subject larger, and seem more important.

 

Eye level is the least engaging angle to use when taking photographs because it can make the subject less interesting. 

 

When we’re outside taking photographs, we should be professional and stay focused on our task. We should not be on our phones or disturbing other classrooms.

 

 

 

Activity 9

Framing Examples 

 

The composition guideline is rule of thirds. The quality of light is direct because of the ceiling light. This photographer is successful because of how everything in the picture works.

This compositional guideline is rule of thirds. The quality of light is direct because there is shadows in the tree. This photographer is successful because the spot the bird is in is on an impact point and the lighting id good.

 

Line Examples 

This is rule of thirds.  The quality of light is diffused. This photographer is successful because all the surroundings.

This is rule of thirds. The quality of light is direct. This photographer is successful because of the train tracks.