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Assignment 3:
Your World: Unveiling the Beauty in the Everyday.
-Abstract Elements Using a Shallow Depth of Field and Macr...
Your World &Your task:
Everyday Beauty- Up Close
• Take SIX photos that
represent your world.
• What do you find
beautiful...
Macro Photography
• The art of taking close-up
pictures that reveal details
which can’t be seen with
the naked eye.
Macro Photography
• Making objects seem larger, greater than life size.
3. Focus on ABSTRACTION!
This means making the object/thing NOT
recognizable. Making it less identifiable.
Recognizable Ab...
Abstract means…
-Unusual: Capture
something in a way that it
would not usually be seen.
-Non-representational:
not meant t...
4. Use a SHALLOW DEPTH OF FIELD,
so more of the image is in focus allowing
the textures and lines to create patterns.
5. Focus on Principle of Design
Repetition/Pattern
What is Pattern/Repetition?
1.Elements that are repeated:
• Lines
• Color
• Texture
• Shapes
• Forms
Why use Pattern/repetition?
• Patterns give us
order in an
otherwise chaotic
world.
• Tool used to calm
the viewer,
making...
Pattern & Repetition also
• Increase the
emotional
impact of your
images
Lighting- Flash? Use daylight?
Use home lamps?
• Challenging to have sufficient lighting
• Due to:
• Macro photography req...
Marvel at the small things!
-texture
Frame Your Shot!
-Don’t just crop!
Think About the Angle!
Tilt your camera or get low to the ground!
Your World. Your Beauty.
In 6 Photos.
-What do you like? Food? Above: Mushroom
-Interests? Top right: Guitar
-Parts of obj...
YOUR PROJECT
CHALLENGE
• The 6 photos
must be MACRO
photos that focus
on pattern.
• Photos should
be abstract.
• 6 photos ...
DUE DATES:
• 1. Monday, Oct. 3rd: 10 MACRO photos of your
objects in your world.
• 2. Tuesday, Oct. 4th: Choose 6 photos a...
Student Examples
Notice: A cool color scheme (Blue)
Notice: A cool Black & White (neutral) color scheme
Notice: A Warm Color scheme
(Orange, Red, Yellow, Brown)
Video! Inspiration!
• http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_e
mbedded&v=x_LKb6fvQ8s
Warm Up #5
– Abstract Macro & Pattern
• I. Take a photo of 4
different objects.
• –The goal is to make an
object less reco...
Look for…Patterns
-Then decide how to frame it
If no one can guess…
You get a prize!
Pumpkin
Spaghetti
Teabag
Lipstick
Toenail dryer
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  1. 1. Assignment 3: Your World: Unveiling the Beauty in the Everyday. -Abstract Elements Using a Shallow Depth of Field and Macro Photography. Principle of Design: Repetition/Pattern
  2. 2. Your World &Your task: Everyday Beauty- Up Close • Take SIX photos that represent your world. • What do you find beautiful? What surrounds you that makes you complete? Is it nature, inanimate objects, people, tools, food, soft clothes, etc.
  3. 3. Macro Photography • The art of taking close-up pictures that reveal details which can’t be seen with the naked eye.
  4. 4. Macro Photography • Making objects seem larger, greater than life size.
  5. 5. 3. Focus on ABSTRACTION! This means making the object/thing NOT recognizable. Making it less identifiable. Recognizable Abstract
  6. 6. Abstract means… -Unusual: Capture something in a way that it would not usually be seen. -Non-representational: not meant to look like a certain object or thing.
  7. 7. 4. Use a SHALLOW DEPTH OF FIELD, so more of the image is in focus allowing the textures and lines to create patterns.
  8. 8. 5. Focus on Principle of Design Repetition/Pattern
  9. 9. What is Pattern/Repetition? 1.Elements that are repeated: • Lines • Color • Texture • Shapes • Forms
  10. 10. Why use Pattern/repetition? • Patterns give us order in an otherwise chaotic world. • Tool used to calm the viewer, making them feel comfortable.
  11. 11. Pattern & Repetition also • Increase the emotional impact of your images
  12. 12. Lighting- Flash? Use daylight? Use home lamps? • Challenging to have sufficient lighting • Due to: • Macro photography requiring small apertures to achieve necessary Depth of Field • Macro photography requiring longer exposures to compensate for the small apertures
  13. 13. Marvel at the small things! -texture
  14. 14. Frame Your Shot! -Don’t just crop!
  15. 15. Think About the Angle! Tilt your camera or get low to the ground!
  16. 16. Your World. Your Beauty. In 6 Photos. -What do you like? Food? Above: Mushroom -Interests? Top right: Guitar -Parts of objects? Bottom right: rusted metal
  17. 17. YOUR PROJECT CHALLENGE • The 6 photos must be MACRO photos that focus on pattern. • Photos should be abstract. • 6 photos form 1 composition.
  18. 18. DUE DATES: • 1. Monday, Oct. 3rd: 10 MACRO photos of your objects in your world. • 2. Tuesday, Oct. 4th: Choose 6 photos and get approval from teacher. • 3. Friday, Oct. 7th: Final edited 6 Photos.
  19. 19. Student Examples Notice: A cool color scheme (Blue)
  20. 20. Notice: A cool Black & White (neutral) color scheme
  21. 21. Notice: A Warm Color scheme (Orange, Red, Yellow, Brown)
  22. 22. Video! Inspiration! • http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_e mbedded&v=x_LKb6fvQ8s
  23. 23. Warm Up #5 – Abstract Macro & Pattern • I. Take a photo of 4 different objects. • –The goal is to make an object less recognizable. No one should be able to guess what the object is! • Use a SHALLOW (focus on close object) depth of field.
  24. 24. Look for…Patterns -Then decide how to frame it
  25. 25. If no one can guess… You get a prize!
  26. 26. Pumpkin
  27. 27. Spaghetti
  28. 28. Teabag
  29. 29. Lipstick
  30. 30. Toenail dryer

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