Do Now: 4/1/14, An Evolving View of Animals

Do Now: Tuesday, 4/1/14, 2014

Read the essay and describe the images below from An Evolving View of Animals in three individual sentences using photographic compositional terms. Post your response directly into the blog under “Leave a Reply”.

Screen Shot 2014-04-01 at 8.05.18 AMScreen Shot 2014-04-01 at 8.06.25 AMTake time to look at the image(s).  What do you see?  How do the images make you feel? What visual threads tie the images together – what do the images share that makes the story come together?

Refer to the photographic compositional link above for ideas and accurate terms to describe the images, then choose three concepts, 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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33 thoughts on “Do Now: 4/1/14, An Evolving View of Animals

  1. The image of the tiger follows the rules of thirds as its eyes and mouth hits several focal points. It also has symmetry. As well as repetition with the stripes.

  2. the first image contains a lot of space, it also has medium contrast and has texture. In the second image there is symmetry and texture as well as lines that lead the eye. There is also high contrast

  3. The second image has symmetry if you split both sides off the center they look equal . It also has repetition going on. This image follows the rule thirds and theres a lot of high contrast.

  4. the picture of the tiger represents symmetry. and both images follow the rule of third.there is also low contrast with dark shading and value.

  5. These images follow the rule of thirds because they both hit the 4 power points. The image on the bottom has symmetry since both the left side and the right side are almost identical. There is high contrast because there are huge differences between the colors.

  6. The second image has high contrast and the first image has black and white hue. Both images follow the rule of thirds. The second image has repetition going on and the first image has texture.

  7. The first image is in black and white. I don’t think it follows the rule of thirds. While the second image follows the rule of thirds and has high contrast. There are lines that lead the eye in these images. The tiger has has symmetry and there’s repetition.

  8. tiger- theres a pattern and repetition in the image there is a lot of texture and it follows the rule of thirds. it has texture it has high contrast. it is shot at eye level. tigers giving direct eye contact

  9. This image has repetition and patterns. Light texture, it follows the rule of third. It has high contrast . The focal point of this image is the tiger and his face. Show at eye level meaning direct eye contact.

  10. Both images follow the Rule of Thirds because the subjects are in the middle of the picture. Both pictures are shot at eye level, with the second picture having a subject that makes direct eye contact. There is high contrast in the second picture, with a lot of bright colors.

  11. The tiger mage shows repetition. Also follows the rule of thirds it bit all 4 focal points. The image is high and contrast, both images. Also texture. The image on the top is scary and creepy. The tiger look soft and cuddly.

  12. The image of the tiger follows the rules of thirds as its eyes and mouth hits several focal points. It also has symmetry. As well as repetition with the stripes. The first picture has a black and white hue.

  13. it has a maximum dof because is focused from the nose to his ear ! he is th emain focus in the photo. its always has high contrast. it shows many details and it also shows texture.

  14. These images follow the rule of thirds because they both hit the all four power points. The image at the bottom has symmetry because both on the left side and the right side are almost identical. The image has high contrast.

  15. These images have texture the pictures are so clear you can almost feel the chimps skin or the tigers fur.These images follow the rule of thirds because they hit more than one focal point.The picture of the chimp is very dark while the one of the tiger has bright lights.

  16. Both images follow the rule of thirds. Both images also have texture and maximum DOF. The first image has black and white hue while the second one has bright colors and repetition on the stripes.

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