In this course we will work on the skills to help you find and articulate your vision. Some of these skills are photographic and some are skills to help you in your creative process.
We will be covering some of the core compositional principals that you can use to design your images and give them more visual appeal.
How will you frame your subject? When we take a picture we look through the viewfinder and frame the world in that rectangle. Sometimes the influence of the viewfinder is
very subtle and sometimes much more insistent and challenging. We will teach you effective ways to compose and frame your photos and make deliberate decisions about your compositions.
Our creativity series concentrates on composition and design skills to help you find and articulate your photographic vision.
- Revealing your vision with image design
- Dividing the frame
- Rule of thirds
- Orientation - horizontal/vertical
- Composing in camera vs. cropping
- A DSLR is helpful but not required for this course.
- To get the most from this course, you will need to shoot new photos using the lesson materials.
HOW IT WORKS
- On the course start date you will receive an email reminder when the lesson and assignment becomes available on the website.
- This short course includes one comprehensive lesson in PDF format with detailed instructions and an assignment. You will have two weeks including two weekends to work on your assignment.
- After completing the assignment you will upload your photos to the website.
- Your instructor reviews your photos and offers constructive comments.
- You can ask questions and discuss ideas with your classmates.
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