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Leading Lines

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In the first photo, I used leading lines to direct the viewer to my dog. The leading lines consist of the rug, wood floor, bricks, and even the heater in the back. This wasn't the greatest representation of leading lines but it still guides your eyes right to the dog. In the second photo I used leading lines to guide the viewer's eyes to the window. These leading lines were the floor panels, the heater, and the wall on the other side. I think this one was a better example of leading lines because the lines more directly lead to the window and there are no distracting factors. In the first photo, the leading lines did not make up the whole photo like this one did.


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Rule of Thirds

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Before I took the photos, I set my phone with the grid for the rule of thirds. I saw the bowl of oranges on my table and decided that it would be a good choice for demonstrating the rule of thirds. I matched the bowl up with the bottom left intersection in the grid. I think it came out better than if the photo was straight on. For the other photo, I was on a walk with my dog and thought the basketball hoop would look good with the rule of thirds applied to it. I put the hoop in the top right intersection on the grid and I think it turned out very nice. 

Point of View

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I saw this teapot on the shelf of a stand in my house and thought it would be a good item to photograph. It had many curves and parts that would make it look interesting from different angles. I chose these specific photographs because I thought they were the most interesting angles of the teapot. I never really considered taking photos at a different angle, only straight-on. These photos turned out more intriguing than a straight-on view and I will definitely change my angles in the future. The point of view is commonly overlooked but important in photography. 


Lesson 6 pixlr

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Lesson 5 Pixlr

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