In order to create this pattern, I used the advice from the Adorama video to fill the frame in order to capture the whole essence of pattern of the faux grass. The reason I photographed this image is because I was curious to see if the pattern on the grass will be strong enough to stand on it own besides the spray paint. To my surprise it did and the low exposure helps the pattern stand out. I also believe the contrast of the complementary colors magenta and green adds more texture and make the viewer look for the pattern. It also helps separate the pattern of the grass and the continuous fence. I also enjoy the loss of vision as it blurs towards the top. This is my favorite image from the Brooklyn Bridge shoot that captures pattern and angle.
- HW-Exhibit Review
- HW1-photo description
- Learning Logs
- LL1-What makes a great photograph?
- LL2-Composition and Camera Angle
- LL3-Composition-Pattern, Angle and the Rule of Thirds
- LL4-Lighting Direction
- LL5-Portrait Lighting
- LL6-Portrait Lighting for mood
- LL7-Shutter Speed and Capturing Motion
- LL8-Painting with Light