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Rule of Thirds and Composing Your Photographs
AP Photography: Project 2
Objectives The student will create photographs by utilizing different
types of compositions: rule of thirds, golden mean, symmetrical/asymmetrical, diagonal/triangle, leading lines, framing.
The student will compose images by using artistic processes and focusing on quality to refine and inform artistic vision/voice.
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Project 2: Planning Your Photo Compositions (36 images)
After reviewing the rule of thirds and visiting the assigned websites, you are to photograph the following subjects: Hands (such as braiding hair, holding something, working on
something) (4 images) Feet/Shoes (4 images) Geometric Shadows / Forms (4 images) Organic Forms and/or Texture (4 images) White on White / Eggs (4 images) Lines (4 images) Glass/Transparency (4 images) Remainder of photos are your choice. (8 images)
After you shoot: You will turn in a digital contact sheet to receive credit. Choose best four photos to digitally edit and hand in for
the final project. We will have a class critique on the photos to help you
determine which compositions work best in regard to the rule of thirds and how to photograph your subject with more interesting viewpoints.