- HW-Exhibit Review
- HW1-photo description
- Learning Logs
- LL1-What makes a great photograph?
- LL2-Composition and Camera Angle
- LL3-Lighting Quality and Direction
- LL4-DOF and Perspective
- LL5-rule of thirds and pattern
- LL6-Portrait Lighting for mood
- LL7-Shutter Speed and Capturing Motion
- LL8-Painting with Light
Category Archives: LL2-Composition and Camera Angle
This is an oblique angle of a chair. Taken at eye level with overhead lighting and a blur in the background.
This photo is taken from a High angle and is a close up shot. It is taken in a diagonal line. There is a contrast of light and dark. I felt that this photo was very interesting because of the … Continue reading
This photo that I’ve taken was in a diagonal angle. The contrast was between light to dark. Light on top and dark on bottom. This camera shot was an medium shot. Viewpoint is eye-level.
This photo is a Off-balance/Asymmetrical shoot of a chair, I choose to turn the chair upside down to have a off balance frame and a more interested angle.
This photo was taken in a eye level/ long shot angle. I really like this photo because of how the stool is place in the middle aligning with the window line which makes it super symmetrical. This photo has a … Continue reading
One of my favorite picture that I took today this one because you can easily know the main focus in the picture and who made this sunglasses. Also its really simple picture and easily to understand it. … Continue reading
This shot was taken with a oblique angle or dutch angle and is one of my favorite photos for its unique slant. I liked working with this angle because I have not really seen too much of this angle and … Continue reading
One of the Pictures that I liked is this one. It is a strong vertical line that falls under the Line category. The viewpoint of this photo is an Eye level view. It is very simple photo with not many … Continue reading
This photo is a balanced/symmetrical and I was able to put a chair right in the middle of the window frame. It was able to come out as symmetrical where if you was on paper you can be able to … Continue reading
This photo was my favorite out of all of the photos taken during this learning log. Although it’s not as bright as the other photos, I like the darker tones and bright contrasts that are present in this photo. There … Continue reading