Multimedia StoryTelling

By the students of MCJ300 at The University of Southern Mississippi

Elements of Photography: ” The Keys to Quality Pictures”

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In this picture, I used the depth photography rule that I learned about in class. This photograph contains a picture of a flower bed. The emphasis is placed on the actual flower and the white petal of the flower. It illustrates how the focus of the lens are centralized to the petal of the flower, which shifts the viewer attention from the overall photograph to a specific portion  of the photograph.

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In this picture, I used the lines photography rule that I learned about in class. This photograph contains a picture of a pathway leading to a residence hall on the campus of The University of Southern Mississippi. The emphasis is placed on the path the lines take toward the residence hall. It forms a diagonal line within the pathway, which is evident in photographs illustrating the line concept. On a more personal level, as the viewer, it creates a mental image of a path in which students follow on their way to achieving success.

 

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In this picture, I used the movement photography rule that I learned about in class. The photograph contains a bridge over a body of water with trees descending in the background. Most importantly, when we as viewers observe the picture, we automatically notice the bridge. It gives us the illusion or deception that a sense of movement is taking place in the picture. Thus, it creates a sense of movement to our eyes.

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Written by Wilton Jackson

March 19, 2013 at 8:24 am

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