chapter 4 notes
The idae behind contrast is to avoid elements that are merely similar.
Repeat visual elements of the design throughout the piece.
Nothing should be placed on the page arbitrarily.
Items relating to each other grouped close together
Red, Yellow, Blue these color cannot be mixed,they must be bought in some form.
Orange, Violet, Green, these color are created by mixing two primaries.
Tertiary / Intermediate Colors
Red Orange, Yellow Green, Blue Violet, etc.; mixing a primary with a secondary creates these colors.
Are colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel.
Is where one color is used but in different values and intensity.
Are on one side of the color wheel and they give the felling of warmth.
Are on the side of the color wheel and they give the feeling of coolness
Is the selection and arrrangement of subjects within the picture area.
Placeing the focus point of the photograph in such a way that the eye can move about the Picture.
Rule of Thirds
To divide a photograph horizontally or vertically into thirds to provide a satisfying balance.
Makes the viewer feel as if they are seeing a moment captured as it happened, not as if it was posed.
Pulls your eye alongin the direction intended.
Avoid placing the subject in the center of the photo.
To modify a photograph that doesn't quite communicate the message intended by cuttting out unwanted parts of the photograph.
Depth of Field
When a lens focuses on a subject at a distance,all subjects at that distance are sharply focused.
Backgrounds that detract from the photograph.
Close-ups, different angles, color accent, lighting, shooting up or down, etc...
To change the orientation on the page of the entire image or a selected portion.
To remove an area or change the color.
To change the size of the entire image or a selected portion.
To add words.
To add brush marks, pencil marks, or lines.