Do Now – 10/16/13, Wednesday

Screen Shot 2013-10-16 at 8.10.03 AMGo to New York Times Photoblog and describe the image in three complete sentences using photographic compositional terms.

For example;
  • Speak about the camera angle, lens choice, background, the props and lighting.
  • Does the image follow the rule of thirds (explain)?
  • Describe the compositional elements; shape / form, line, space, value, texture and color within the image.
  • Describe the compositional principles; emphasis, balance, unity, contrast, movement / rhythm and pattern / repetition within the images.
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26 thoughts on “Do Now – 10/16/13, Wednesday

  1. This image does not follow the rule of thirds because it does not hit the focal points.
    This image also contrast and balance
    Everything in the background is blurred so the main focus is the foreground
    This image has value.

  2. This image follows the rule of thirds, because his eyes hit one of the focal points. The photographer focused on the main person in the front causing the others to be blurred out to center your eyes to the student with the soft light hitting his face. The background is dark to emphasize a more serious tone to the image.

  3. This image has a balance and contrast itself.
    Is kinda of blurry the background, is only trying to focus on the foreground. The image seems like it has some type of value
    The image does follow the rule of thirds because the eyes are hit on the focal points. The person who took photograph was trying to focus on one main person.
    Is a dark picture, the background is dark

  4. the image follows the rule of thirds because his eyes hit a focus point.
    the image is using depth of field
    the photographer focused on the main person in the front causing the others to be blurred out to center your eyes to the student with the soft light hitting his face.

  5. This image does not follow the rule of thirds because the guy is in the middle.The background is blurred out and hes the main focus of this photo.This photo is also very dark.There is no color in this image that makes it pop or stand out.

  6. This image doesn’t follows the rule of thirds because the guys face is in the middle . The background of this image is blurred out . Since the background is blurred out the focus its all on the guy . Also the colors on this image stand out .

  7. This image does not follow the rule of thirds because it does not hit the focal points. this image would be described as a focus because of its depth of field. The backround is blurred

  8. the image is blur in the back so it mainly focus on one thing in the middle, the lighting is very dark and this image also has balance and contrast.

  9. This photo doesn’t follow the rule of thirds because of how he’s positioned. The main focus is on him because the back is blurred out and there’s contrast on the image. There’s balance within the image too.

  10. The person who took photograph was trying to focus on one main person.
    This image doesn’t follows the rule of thirds because the guys face is in the middle .
    Everything in the background is blurred so the main focus is the foreground

  11. In the image they made that one person stand out in the center and behind him there is two other people but its darker in the background so that the person in the center can stand out. The image has contrast. It does not follow the rule of thirds.

  12. the image uses the third rule, because the guy is being the subject and its in the center. the dark background makes him stand out.

  13. The picture follows the rule of the third. The man is the only one in focus and everyone else is blurred. The background is black which makes the man stand out in the photo.

  14. The picture is taken from an eye level view. and it doesnt follow the rule of thirds because the subject is in the center. also it uses a dark lighting. The image uses contrast and teh center of the image is sharp while the back is blurry

  15. The image does not follow the rule of third because the main object is in the center and is not located in any of the power points. In this image, the background is blurred out and we are able to see and have a main focal point in the foreground.

  16. This image follows the rule of third because it hits the power points. This image shows how the background is out of focus causing the guy in the front to be the main focus which brings more emphasis on him than on the others..

  17. This image does not follow the rule of thirds because it does not hit the focal points.
    This image also contrast and balance. Everything in the background is blurred so the main focus is the foreground. This image has value.

  18. This image doesn’t follow the rule of thirds because the subject its place in the center , and it looks like its been shot from a low angle , an angle looking up. Also , it seems that the subject was the main subject because every one in the background seem to be blurred. DONOW-10-17-13

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