Monday, February 6, 2017

Important Photo Skills

 

                                                                               












Dave Hill http://davehillphoto.com/3genat92dmpx2pesn5qzryok6h54px
The above image uses the strategy of rule of thirds. The light in the house attracts the attention and the line of intersection are ideal. The horizon line is not directly visible but it is place on the third line of intersection which is at the ground covered with snow.




Cabrillo Lighthouse 2001 Ken Rockwell http://www.kenrockwell.com/sd/cbrlo.htm
The above photo has the strategy of rule of thirds. The image attracts ones attention with the light house and the background so the photo is communicating well. 

Hill Crest 2001 Ken Rockwell http://www.kenrockwell.com/sd/hlcst.htm
The photograph uses the strategy of Motion. The background has been blurred a little to give the city effect and show the rush of the city. 

Air Corridor No.5. © Zsolt Hlinka - Hungary  https://www.lensculture.com/network/gallery?modal=project-274278-1493150
The photo uses the strategy of different points of view. This strategy uses the different points of view of the subject and makes it interesting. 


The photo uses the strategy of framing. In this strategy the subject if framed by natural or man made frames to block the other parts of the photograph. In the photo the bridge above the road seems to be the frame and the road is the subject. 


The above Photo uses the strategy of Background Simplified. The subject of the photo is the girl and the background is the car behind her which is simplified to give better look to the photo and highlight the subject. 


The above photo has the strategy of 'Reflection'. The photo has a reflection strategy when image which is being captured in the photo is reflected on the shinny or metallic surface. The view of the street is reflected on the metallic building. 

The photo has the strategy of Leading Lines. This strategy uses actual lines like roads, fence or arrangement of objects. In this photo the roads leads to the hot desert so it uses the strategy of lines.


The photo uses the strategy of Leading Lines. The path which is leading up to mountain which is calming is the leading line for the photo.

The photo uses the strategy of Motion. The background and the top part of the car is blurred to show the speed of the car.  

Air Corridor No.6. © Zsolt Hlinka  Hungary       https://www.lensculture.com/network/gallery?modal=project-274278-1493150
The photo uses the strategy of Different points of view. It is captured from the ground position to the top of the building which are similar to each other and there is some art effects on the wall of the building. 

The above photo uses the strategy of Background included. Background is the important component of the photo and background included grows and enhance the subject. In  this photo the background is included to give more meaning to the subject of desert. 


The photo uses the strategy of Reflection. In the photo the girl is reflected on the metallic body.

The photo uses the strategy of Framing where close attention is paid to the subject of the photo which is the car and the trees has framed it. 




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