Photography Techniques: Light, Content, and Sharing, week (!-4) All quiz Answers with Assignments .

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 Photography Techniques: Light, Content, and Sharing



Week 1 Assignment :

Other than conveying the information you are writing about, the grammar or spelling of the Statement is not part of the evaluation process.

A self portrait art is defining a story with your own picture either it can be deep or ease meaning, i tried out this picture to define that people can laugh in the pain also without letting other know. I used one point lighting in this portrait and selected this black and white format as it gives a dramatic look



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Week 2 Assignment :


Other than conveying the information you are writing about, the grammar or spelling of the Statement is not part of the evaluation process.

I look at my window a lot. I really like how the curtains move with the wind and how the sun in the golden hour hits them with a beautiful orange/yellow light, it makes me think of better times, when everything was normal. I wanted to make a very balanced composition, using the patterns and lines of the curtains and a quite symmetrical framing. The use of color is important to show the yellow light that comes from the Golden Hour. I think the most successful element is the use of color and the use of light and shadows.

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Week 3 Assignment :

PROMPT

Please do state the Title of the photograph in the first sentence of your Statement. As for the remainder, Peter and Mark suggest that you follow the following format, although you may feel free to write the Statement to convey the information your viewers will find useful in a manner that you feel is appropriate:

Describe the subject matter content that you hope a viewer perceives in the photograph, why you chose that content and what it means to you. Also describe your approach to composition and the visual elements in the picture, along with anything else that might help the reader understand the importance of the content (not what the picture shows but what it means).

Finally, describe why you believe the photograph is successful as a result of the use of the flash, whether in creating emphasis or otherwise enhancing the content, composition, etc.

In the portrait section of a wildlife photography competition, there may be 20+ well-exposed and sharp images, that make it to the final round of judging. How do you choose which one is the standout? One of the 20 or so images may have been photographed with back lighting or the subject may be looking directly at you with a certain expression – this is what makes the image stand out

























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