In photography, it is not always a simple matter of centering the subject in the frame and taking the shot. Two photographers, when presented with the same scene, could end up with two very different photographs. These changes may be based on what they choose to leave in the frame, what they leave out, or the angle they use. As a result, the two photographs could convey very different meanings. In this Assignment, you will take a photograph, demonstrate elements of framing in that photograph, and then describe its meaning.
To prepare for this Assignment:
Review Chapter 1 in The Photographers Eye.
Compose a photograph that reflects the following framing elements:
Type of frame
Orientation of the photograph
Filling the frame
Placement of the subject of the photograph in relationship to the space surrounding it
Division of the frame
Write a description of how you used elements of framing in the composition of your photograph. Assess how effective you were at achieving your photographic goal. Describe what you might do differently in future photographs. Support your assertions by making at least two references to your course readings.
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