Portrait Photo #2

1. What compositional rules did you apply?

In this photo I used the rule of thirds because Kaito is in the right third of the photo.

2. What story/message/mood are you trying to convey through your photographs? How did you accomplish this?

I am trying to convey a message that says, you can see the left corner of the photo there is a bush that is in focus but all the other plants and objects are not in focus. The bush that is in focus are the things that we are comfortable with, but if we try to get the other bushes in focus and become comfortable with other things, we can learn so much more.

3. What do you think are the 3 most important elements in creating the portrait photograph? (person’s expression, background, lighting, proportions of frame, etc.)

I think that the 3 most important elements in creating a portrait photo are a persons expression, background and proportions of frame.

Portrait Photo #3

 

1. What compositional rules did you apply?

I applied the rule of thirds because Kinson is in the middle third of the photo

2. What story/message/mood are you trying to convey through your photographs? How did you accomplish this?

The message  I am trying to convey is that, you can see a plant that looks like it is sheltering Kinson, these are the things that we know of and think is reality, but the parts of the photo such as the bush that is not under the big plant is the real world that we don’t bring ourselves to imagine.

3. What do you think are the 3 most important elements in creating the portrait photograph? (person’s expression, background, lighting, proportions of frame, etc.)

I think the 3 most important elements in creating a portrait photo is persons expression proportions of frame and background.

Abstract Photo #1

1. What compositional rules did you apply?

I am showing the rule of thirds in this photo because the leaf is in the right third of the photo.

2. What story/message/mood are you trying to convey through your photographs?

I am trying to show that the black and white is all the world issues and problems and all of the human population is the green leaf. If you look at the right side of the leaf you can see that there is a bit of the black and white rocks that have color, if you look at the left side of the leaf you can see that it is still black and white. The black and white part of the leaf is the people that aren’t trying to make a difference. The colored rocks are the effects that the people who are trying, are making.

3. What do you think are the 3 most important elements in creating the abstract photograph? (arrangement of objects, foreground vs. background, light and shadow, perspective, proportion etc.)

I think the 3 most important elements in creating an abstract photo are arrangement of objects, foreground vs. background and proportion.

Abstract Photo #2

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1. What compositional rules did you apply?

I applied the rule of horizontal lines because of the line through the middle of the photo.

2. What story/message/mood are you trying to convey through your photographs?

The message I am trying to convey is that each stage of our lives is equally beautiful.

3. What do you think are the 3 most important elements in creating the abstract photograph? (arrangement of objects, foreground vs. background, light and shadow, perspective, proportion etc.)

I think the 3 most important elements in creating an abstract photo is the arrangement of objects, foreground vs. background and proportion.

 

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1. What compositional rules did you apply?

I applied the rule of thirds

2. What story/message/mood are you trying to convey through your photographs? How did you accomplish this?

In this photo I am trying to convey a message that says, even though you may have something bad about you, you can still fit in with everyone else.

3. What do you think are the 3 most important elements in creating the abstract photograph? (arrangement of objects, foreground vs. background, light and shadow, perspective, proportion etc.)

I think the 3 most important elements in creating an abstract photograph are the arrangement of objects, foreground vs. background and proportion.

 

Reflection

What is one project you are proud of?
I am proud of my Optical Illusion Letter assessment because I did very well on this. I got all ME and I think it looks good

How have you gained a better understanding of art?

I gained a better understanding of art because we researched a lot of drawings and photos and learned a lot about shading and photography.

What is one area of improvement you need to make?

What skills OR work habits have you developed?