Do Now – 10/11/13, Friday

Based on our lesson and discussion yesterday, complete the “do now” below by placing your answers in the Reply section.  Write in complete sentences, spelling and grammar count.  

Starting next week, if you do not write in complete sentences when requested, your will not receive full credit.  

In your own words, list and define the Principles of Composition.

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45 thoughts on “Do Now – 10/11/13, Friday

  1. Emphasis – Artist makes part of the work stand out , to draw the viewers eyes.
    Balance – Refers to the way the elements are arranged within an image
    Unity – when all the elements of an image are combined to make a balanced Complete whole.
    Contrast – Refer to the arrangement of Opposite elements in a piece as to create Visual interest, and drama
    Movement/Rhythm- Adds excitement to your work by showing action and directing the viewers eye throughout the picture plane. Rhythimm is a type of movement of drawing , Its seen in repeating shapes and colors, Alternating lights and darks also give a sense of rhythm.
    Pattern- Repetition of elements or elements in a work
    Repetition- An element that occurs over and over again in an image.

    • Emphasis- catching the viewers attention
      Balance- A sense of stability in the body of work.
      Unity- It shows on the pictures when the parts are equal.
      Contrast-It shows the differences on your work and you can use shapes.
      Movement-It makes your work authentic because u caught a picture doing movement
      Pattern – When it has an order that repeats itself

  2. The Principles of Composition are Emphasis, Balance, Unity, Contrast, Movement, and Pattern.
    – Emphasis : Refers to developing points of interest to pull viewers eyes.
    – Balance : A sense of stability in the body of work.
    – Unity : It shows on the pictures when the parts are equal.
    – Contrast : It shows the differences on your work and you can use shapes.
    – Movement : It makes your work excited and better.
    – Pattern : When it occurs over and over.

  3. The Principles of Composition consist of Unity, Balance, Emphasis, Contrast, Movement/Rhythm and Repartition. Unity is a harmony of all elements in one picture. Balance is all elements everywhere but balanced in weight. Emphasis is the focal point the one thing that catches your eye. Contrast is complimentary colors that highly contrast with one another.Movement adds excitement by showing action. Rhythm is a type of movement in drawing and painting.

  4. The principles of composition is ways or elements to catch the viewers eyes. Some components of composition in a photo are Emphasis, Balance, Unity, Contrast, Movement, Pattern. Emphasis is basically when the author makes one piece in a photo stand out more than the others to draw the viewers attention. Balance is basically a well shaped out piece of the photo for example asymetical and symmetrical is a way for balancing out a photo. Unity is when the components of the photo are all balanced out equal out to make a complete image for example a bridge with thats straight. Contrast is basically differences within the photo image such as shapes or color. Movement is when there is action within your photo, it adds excitement. And at last pattern. Pattern is some type of repition occuring within your photo.

  5. – Emphasis : Refers to developing points of interest to pull viewers eyes.
    – Balance : A sense of stability in the body of work.
    – Unity : It shows on the pictures when the parts are equal.
    – Contrast : It shows the differences on your work and you can use shapes.
    – Movement : It makes your work excited and better.
    – Pattern : When it occurs over and over.

  6. – Emphasis : Refers to developing points of interest to pull viewers eyes.
    – Balance : A sense of stability in the body of work.
    – Unity : It shows on the pictures when the parts are equal.
    – Contrast : It shows the differences on your work and you can use shapes.
    – Movement : It makes your work excited and better.
    – Pattern : When it occurs over and over.

  7. Some of the principles of composition are contrast. Contrast is when you can see the differences in the image. Pattern is when you can see something occurring over and over in the image. Emphasis are the points in the picture that catches the eye of the viewer. Movement shows the action in the image. Unity makes the image feel whole. Lastly, balance will make the image feel stable.

  8. Balance : A sense of stability in the body of work.
    Unity : It shows on the pictures when the parts are equal.
    Pattern : When it occurs more than once
    Emphasis : developing points of interest to pull viewers eyes
    Contrast : It shows the differences on your work and you can use shapes.
    Unity : It shows on the pictures when the parts are equal.

  9. The principle of composition are the different arrangements of design to create interesting photos

    pattern- something is use continuously
    emphasis-points of interest
    balance-stability in the photo
    unity- parts equal a whole
    contrast- is the opposites and differences

  10. The Principles of Composition are Emphasis, Balance, Unity, Contrast, Movement, and Pattern.
    – Emphasis : Refers to developing points of interest to pull viewers eyes.
    – Balance : A sense of stability in the body of work.
    – Unity : It shows on the pictures when the parts are equal.
    – Contrast : It shows the differences on your work and you can use shapes.
    – Movement : It makes your work excited and better.
    – Pattern : When it occurs over and over.

  11. The principles of compositions are elements to create a more interesting art work to catch the viewers eyes.
    Emphasis- develops the points in order to catch the
    Balance- a sense of stability in body work
    Unity- see painting and drawings the parts are equal.
    Contrast- you see the differences on work and the shapes of it.
    Movement/ Rhythm- makes it more interesting and exciting your work.
    Pattern/Repetition- when it happens over and over again

  12. emphasis: in a composition refers to developing points of interest to pull the viewer’s eye to important parts of the body of the work.
    balance: is a sense of stability in the body of work. Balance can be created by repeating same shapes and by creating a feeling of equal weight.
    unity: is seen in a painting or drawing when all the parts equal a whole.
    contrast: efers to the opposites and differences in the work. You can achieve variety by using different shapes, textures, colors and values in your work.
    movement: adds excitement to your work by showing action and directing the viewers eye throughout the picture plane.
    pattern: When it occurs over and over.

  13. The principles of composition are unity, contrast, balance, emphasis, pattern and movement. Unity shows when parts are equal. Contrast refers to the opposites or differences in your work. Balance is a sense of stability. Emphasis brings more attention to developing points of interest. Pattern is an element that occurs over and over again and movement can make your work more exciting, and it shows action.

  14. The Principles of Composition are Emphasis, Balance, Unity, Contrast, Movement, and Pattern.
    – Emphasis : Refers to developing points of interest to pull viewers eyes.
    – Balance : A sense of stability in the body of work.
    – Unity : It shows on the pictures when the parts are equal.
    – Contrast : It shows the differences on your work and you can use shapes.
    – Movement : It makes your work excited and better.
    – Pattern : When it occurs over and over.

  15. Emphasis – Artist makes part of the work stand out , to draw the viewers eyes.
    Balance – Refers to the way the elements are arranged within an image
    Unity – It shows on the pictures when the parts are equal.
    Contrast – It shows the differences on your work and you can use shapes.
    Movement – It makes your work excited and better.
    Pattern – When it occurs over and over.

  16. The Elements Of Composition are balance, emphasis, contrast, unity, movement & pattern.
    Balance: The arrangement of which you place images.
    Emphasis: Draw the viewers eye, make image interesting.
    Contrast: Differences within the image.
    Unity: Images are balanced out to make one whole image.
    Movement: Makes your work interesting and adds excitement.
    Pattern: Repetition within an image.

  17. There are six principles of composition emphasis balance unity contrast movement and pattern.
    Pattern-An element that occurs over and over and repeats in a consistent pattern.
    Emphasis-Refers to developing points of interest to pull the viewers eyes.
    Balance-Balance is a sense of stability.
    Unity-Unity is seen all over its when all the parts of a picture is equal a whole.
    Contrast-Is the opposites and differences in a picture you get this by using different textures and shapes.
    Movement-Makes your image exciting by showing action.

  18. – Emphasis : Refers to developing points of interest to pull viewers eyes.
    – Balance : A sense of stability in the body of work.
    – Unity : It shows on the pictures when the parts are equal.
    – Contrast : It shows the differences on your work and you can use shapes.
    – Movement : It makes your work excited and better.
    – Pattern : When it occurs over and over.

  19. – Emphasis : Refers to developing points of interest to pull viewers eyes.
    – Balance : A sense of stability in the body of work.
    – Unity : It shows on the pictures when the parts are equal.
    – Contrast : It shows the differences on your work and you can use shapes.
    – Movement : It makes your work excited and better.
    – Pattern : When it occurs over and over.

  20. – Emphasis : focal point.
    – Balance : A sense of stability in the image ,black and white
    – Unity : repetition
    – Contrast : It shows the differences on your work and you can use shapes.
    – Movement :Action
    – Pattern : When it occurs over and over.

  21. There are six Principles of Composition, and they are:
    Emphasis – Refers to developing points of interest to pull the viewers’ eyes.
    Contrast – The opposites and differences in an image, can be seen by using different textures and shapes.
    Unity – Parts of an image are to be balanced out to make one whole equal image.
    Movement – Makes the image more exciting, introducing action.
    Pattern – When something occurs repeatedly.
    Balance – a sense of stability in the image.

  22. Emphasis: Refers to developing points of interest to pull the viewer’s eyes.
    Balance: A sense of stability in the picture.
    Unity: It refers to all of the parts of the picture working together to make a picture.
    Contrast: Refers to when opposites in the picture are emphasized in the picture.
    Movement/Rhythm: When someone takes a picture of the subject in movement.
    Pattern: When parts of the picture occur over and over again.

  23. Pattern – When it occurs over and over.
    Emphasis – Artist makes part of the work stand out , to draw the viewers eyes.
    Balance – Refers to the way the elements are arranged within an image
    Contrast – It shows the differences on your work and you can use shapes.
    Movement – It makes your work excited and better.
    Unity – It shows on the pictures when the parts are equal.

  24. 1. Emphasis: It refers to when a photograph has a part that catches the viewer’s eyes and interest
    2. Balance: Is how you arranged an image
    3. Unity: When there are equal parts in the photograph
    4. Contrast: It attract viewers the most by putting the photograph in black and white. It is also the differences and similarities of a photograph through shapes and textures.
    5. Movement/Rhythm: It demonstrates excitement and enhances your work.
    6. Pattern: A repetition of something in the photograph

  25. Line – is a mark on a surface that describes a shape or outline. It can create texture and can be thick and thin.
    Color – refers to specific hues and has 3 properties, Chroma, Intensity and Value.
    Texture – is about surface quality either tactile or visual.
    Shape – is a 2-dimensional line with no form or thickness.
    Form – is a 3-dimensional object having volume and thickness.

  26. Principles of Composition:
    Pattern- A series of the same things repeating
    Movement- The action of the photo
    Emphasis- The focal point
    Balance- Stability of the photo
    Unity- Repetition
    Contrast- Using different shapes and texture to make your photo different

  27. The six principles of composition are pattern, emphasis, balance, unity, contrast, and movement. Pattern is a repetition of something. Balance is the stability of a picture. Unity is when the picture is equal. Contrast is the differences and opposites in a picture using textures or shape. Emphasis the the point of interest. Movement is the object in the picture thats moving.

  28. – Emphasis : Refers to developing points of interest to pull viewers eyes.
    – Balance : A sense of stability in the body of work.
    – Unity : It shows on the pictures when the parts are equal.
    – Contrast : It shows the differences on your work and you can use shapes.
    – Movement : It makes your work excited and better.
    – Pattern : When it occurs over and over.

  29. – Emphasis : Refers to developing points of interest to pull viewers eyes.
    – Balance : A sense of stability in the body of work.
    – Unity : It shows on the pictures when the parts are equal.
    – Contrast : It shows the differences on your work and you can use shapes.
    – Movement : It makes your work excited and better.
    – Pattern : When it occurs over and over.

  30. The principles of composition are as following
    repetition- an element that occurs over and over in an composition
    emphasis- developing points of intrest
    balance- is a sense of stability in a body of work
    unity- is seen in painting or drawing when all the parts equal a whole
    contrast- is the opposite and difference in the work
    movement- adds exciment to the work by showing action

  31. Emphasis – Artist makes part of the work stand out , to draw the viewers eyes.
    Balance – Refers to the way the elements are arranged within an image
    Unity – when all the elements of an image are combined to make a balanced Complete whole.
    Contrast – Refer to the arrangement of Opposite elements in a piece as to create Visual interest, and drama
    Movement/Rhythm- Adds excitement to your work by showing action and directing the viewers eye throughout the picture plane. Rhythimm is a type of movement of drawing , Its seen in repeating shapes and colors, Alternating lights and darks also give a sense of rhythm.
    Pattern- Repetition of elements or elements in a work
    Repetition- An element that occurs over and over again in an image.

  32. The Principles of Composition are Emphasis, Balance, Unity, Contrast, Movement, and Pattern.
    – Emphasis : Refers to developing points of interest to pull viewers eyes.
    – Balance : A sense of stability in the body of work.
    – Unity : It shows on the pictures when the parts are equal.
    – Contrast : It shows the differences on your work and you can use shapes.
    – Movement : It makes your work excited and better.
    – Pattern : When it occurs over and over.

  33. Emphasis: Refers to developing points of interest to pull the viewers eye to important parts of the body the work
    Balance: a sense of stability in the body of work. Balance can be created by repeating same shapes
    Unity: is seen in a painting or drawing when all the parts equal a whole
    Contrast: refers to the opposite and differences in the work. You can achieve variety by using different shapes, textures colors and values
    Movement/ Rhythm:adds excitement to your work by showing action and directing the viewers eye throughout the picture plane.

  34. Emphasis- Emphasis is something that catches someones attention
    Balance- balance is a sense of stability
    Unity- unity are Parts of an image that mesh together and make a whole image
    Contrast- contrast refers to the differences in an image
    Movement- it shows motion , it adds excitement to an image and is abstract
    Pattern- an element that repeats over and over
    -Melissa Dohsman

  35. Emphasis – when its the image is detailed.
    balance – a sense of stability in the image.
    contrast – the differences in a image.
    pattern – a repeating pattern.
    unity – when the picture is equal.
    movement – brings excitement and action to the image.

  36. These are the principles of composition.
    Emphasis-Refers to developing points of interest to pull viewers eyes.
    Balance-A sense of stability in the body of work.
    Unity-It shows on the pictures when the parts are equal.
    Contrast-It shows the differences on your work and you can use shapes.
    Movement-It makes your work excited and better.
    Pattern- When it occurs over and over.

  37. The principles of composition.
    Emphasis- Refers to developing points of interest to pull viewers eyes.
    Balance- A sense of stability in the body of work.
    Unity- It shows on the pictures when the parts are equal.
    Contrast- It shows the differences in your work, you can use shapes.
    Movement- It makes your work excited and better.
    Pattern- When it repeats over and over.

  38. – Emphasis : brings a focus to certain details.
    – Balance : has a relationship of an equal use/same amount that translates or converts to the things that are being in balance
    – Unity : It shows on the pictures when the parts are equal.
    – Contrast : It shows the differences on your work and you can use shapes.
    – Movement : elicits signs of motion.
    – Pattern : repetition of an object/item/person.

  39. Emphasis- catching the viewers attention
    Balance- A sense of stability in the body of work.
    Unity- It shows on the pictures when the parts are equal.
    Contrast-It shows the differences on your work and you can use shapes.
    Movement-It makes your work authentic because u caught a picture doing movement
    Pattern – When it has an order that repeats itself

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