Session 0B | Nov 05, 2015
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Session 0B | Nov 05, 2015

COMPOSITION


Manuela Pelaez
2015-11-08 21.47.30 (1)

LIGHT – MOVEMENT – CLOSURE

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BEAUTIFUL IMAGE – CONTRAST – TEXTURE

 

 

 

 

LEY OF THIRD ASYMETRIC

 

 

ASYMMETRIC – RULE OF THIRD

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DARK – DEPTH – STATIC

 

Discussion

4 responses to “COMPOSITION”

  1. Neko says:

    Hi Manuela, thanks for posting, but before I comment on the composition please read again the task. I copied some relevant points from the task here:
    – … The photo must be a square format (same width as height, as Instagram). Please pay attention to how you frame and crop the photo because it will affect the composition…
    – Resize the photo to 1024 x 1024px in Photoshop, and upload to Digital Culture Club website, to the same post you created in class (edit and update the same post).

    Ok, so please post a square photo in correct resolution and then we’ll get to business :) Thanks

    • Neko says:

      One important comment: if you took the photos that are of rectangular shape, you can’t actually resize them because you will squish them (change proportions), so instead, if you can’t take square photos directly from your phone, you will have to crop the image in Photoshop first – basically to “cut it” to square shape.
      Here’s a video that will help you do that:
      If you can’t take square photos from your phone, then you should not Resize Image in Photoshop – you will have to crop it to square too (cut the image so that the proportions become square).
      This video will show you how to do that using Crop Tool:
      http://tv.adobe.com/watch/learn-photoshop-cs6/using-the-new-crop-tool/

  2. Neko says:

    by the way – also please note that the image you posted is completely symmetrical, which is complete opposite of asymmetrical, which was the task. never mind that one one side we have plant and on the other side the picture frame – since both elements are of almost the same size and darkness, on exactly opposite positions in the image, this makes for a very symmetrical composition.

  3. Neko says:

    Dark, depth, static: Very good image!

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