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Leading Lines

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In these two pictures, I think the leading lines came out good because in both the lines move the viewer's eyes towards the subject of the photo. In the first photo, the blinds of the doorway are pointing towards the entrance and make you want to look through the door. In the second image, the camera was faced at the edge of the table, the lines on the table make the viewers eyes look forward towards the seat. In both of these images, the leading lines are shown very well and make the photos look better and more interesting.


Point of View

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I chose this water bottle to photograph because it looked cool haft drunk and with the water bubbles still on top of the bottle. The angles I chose were from the top view, looking straight forward, and looking up at the bottle. My favorite angle is the one looking up at it because I think it looks really cool, the way the light hits the bottle and casts a shadow is a cool effect. The top view is also interesting because you cant see the shape of it only the cap and it adds an illusion of not knowing what kind of bottle it is.

Rule of Thirds

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For the Rule of Thirds assignment I used these pictures of a candle holder in my kitchen. When watching the video I noticed how the narrator was talking about positioning the object at an angle of the camera and how it shouldn't be faced straight forward. With this information I placed the candle holder at an angle from the camera and under the top third, I think these photos came out good, they look better than if they were just straight forward.

Lesson 6

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Adobe Spark

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Lesson 5

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