After completing our first assignment our next involved exploring a different aspect of Visual Story. Space.
Space in visual story can be broken down into four categories:
Ambiguous space creates a feeling of confusion in the viewer. It can be created with the following elements:
- Lack of movement.
- Unfamiliar shapes.
- Confusing tonal and textural patterns (camouflage)
- Mirrors and reflections.
- Objects of unknown size
- Disorienting camera angles.
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In our Visual Story course we were tasked to take pictures demonstrating various visual concepts. Our first assignment involved composition, namely working with the following concepts in photography:
- Filling the Frame
- Frame Withing a Frame.
- Rule of Thirds.
Below are the pictures I took for each category with a little why for each.
Some of the following photos did not successfully capture the category, but I included them anyways because I enjoyed taking them.
Balance is a tricky concept well explained at photographylife.com. Essentially when I took my photos I focused on creating photos with two points of focus and symmetry.
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