Session 1A | Oct 26, 2016
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Session 1A | Oct 26, 2016

Session #2


Linda El Zaher

Classwork:

(I know that the images are not that presentable. I will retake a photograph of them with a better resolution and will make sure the photograph is even and better)

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Homework: 

#1) Movement & Asymmetry

 

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#2) Center Alignment & Grouping

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#3) Continuity & Dept

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#4)Dominant by size & Contrast

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#5) Closure & Symmetry

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Discussion

3 responses to “Session #2”

  1. Neko says:

    Class work: most of the images are very good. They very clearly represent the principles you’re showing, plus they are actually good looking images (minus the bad quality of the photos, like you said). But that’s ok, no need to re-do the classwork, just focus on homework, and make it as good as what you’ve done in class (+ better quality).
    To improve quality, most important thing would be to first make sure you have better lighting conditions (more light) when you’re taking photo – this will avoid noise. Then of course you can always give it an extra polish in Photoshop, as in the tutorials I posted in 1A.
    Thanks!

  2. Linda El Zaher says:

    Thank you for your feedback! I have tried doing my homework with a better image quality than my classwork submission.

  3. Neko says:

    Homework: nice work. Image quality is still suffering from lighting conditions that are still not good enough – hence there is both noise in the image as well as uneven lighting (instead of flat gray or white all images have “gradients” making one side of the image darker than the other. Try to take photos right next to the window (but make sure no sunlight comes in – you don’t want sharp shadows). Just a suggestion to make the images really shine. :)

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