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Studio Photography: Essential Skills Rodrick Bond Activity 5 In the example above discuss which elements of design have been used to the best effect. Is one design element stronger than another? Find examples where the photographer has used horizontal line to create stability and examples where the photographer has used vertical line to create visual dominance. 32 Communication and design Depth A photograph is usually a two-dimensional representation of a three-dimensional subject. To imply a sense of depth within an image a studio photographer can artificially create dimension by placing objects in front of (foreground) and behind (background) the main subject matter. The foreground objects will appear larger than the subject and the background objects will appear smaller. This illusion of depth can be increased by careful use of line, tonality, contrast, color, depth of field and framing. When these elements work successfully the viewer will create the third dimension in their mind. Natarsha Gleeson 33 Studio Photography: Essential Skills Perspective Visual perspective is achieved by the creation of depth and distance within a two-dimensional medium. Our perception is that parallel lines converge as they recede towards the horizon and objects diminish in size as the distance between them and the viewer increases. Because the human eye has a fixed focal length this perspective cannot change. Most cameras, however, can be used with lenses of differing focal lengths. This means the photographer can alter perspective by changing the focal length of the lens. A normal lens has a perspective similar to the human eye. A long lens will compress perspective and create the illusion that elements within the frame are close together. A wide angle lens will exaggerate perspective, distort the perception of distance and scale and create the illusion that elements within the frame are further apart. See ‘The studio’. Shannon Pawsey 34 Martin Reftel Rodrick Bond ... - tailieumienphi.vn
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