Do Now, 4/11/14, Look Again, With Love and Liebling

Do Now: Friday, 4/11/14, 2014 Read the essay and describe the image below from Look Again, With Love and Liebling in three individual sentences using photographic compositional terms. Explain your ideas clearly.

Post your response directly into the blog under “Leave a Reply”.   Take 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?

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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.

29 thoughts on “Do Now, 4/11/14, Look Again, With Love and Liebling

  1. this is a black and white image that seems to have been taken a long time ago you can notice by the quality of the picture and by the backround.
    the image does follow the rule of thirds.
    the color within the image is black and white and its a high contrast photograph.

  2. The image is very old. You can tell based on the quality of the image. The image is black and White. The photo is a candit shot. There is reptition in the image as well. The image has meduim contrast.

  3. The image was taken in black and white.It also has a repetition with the people and the people in the stone wall. The image also contains a pattern with the tiles

  4. This image was taken from a eye level angle. The image also has low contrast. the image has repetition with men that are sitting on the statue and the statue also have repetition.

  5. The image seems to be old from a stand point that the image shows in black and white,but as well as the background the people in photograph aren’t wearing our modern clothing or at least thats what i believe, the photo also shows the rule of thirds why because the four points are located wear the image is actually touching the focal point, but the image show a high contrast and a deep depth in field.

  6. This image follows the rule of third because it hits some of the focal points. It shows a high contrast and depth of field. There’s repetition going on because of the people. It’s an black and white picture.

  7. The image is old, which is also proven by the caption. The photo follows the Rule of Thirds because the subjects hit the focal points. There are patterns, and there is high contrast as well. This was taken at an eye level.

  8. The image has a low contrast because of the small difference between whites and grays. It was taken at a medium range from the subject, which means there is a maximum depth of field, with elements in the picture detailed enough to make it out. This image follows the Rule of Thirds because it touches the two bottom focal points.

  9. This image was taken from a eye level angle. The image also has low contrast due to the small difference between whites and grays. Also this image contains repetition with men that are sitting on the statue and the statue also have repetition.

  10. This image has a high contrast and it does follow the rule of thirds. The image is in black and white and it has a high depth of field. Also this image was taken at an eye level.

  11. This image has a high contrast and it does follow the rule of thirds. The image is in black and white and it has a high depth of field.

  12. The image is high in contrast. The image does follow the rule of thirds. Th image is high in DOF. The image looks like it was taken from an eye angle. It looks like the image has an old form.

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