# Intro to Digital Compositions: Week One Physical Design

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4 Compositions Week Two Shooting List Composition Design Elements: Point a single object as the subject of the photo; (i.e. a tree) Line a series of Points side by side; (i.e. a row of flowers in a garden) Plane two lines running together; (i.e. a sidewalk) Solid two or more planes crossing each other. ( i.e. a brick) Composition Techniques: The table below is a way of keeping track of the photos you are creating using the Design Elements, and also listing which of the Composition Techniques you are using for each photo. The shaded columns indicate up to four photos for each Design Element that you use (for the sake of variety). COPY this Table to use when you practice! Composition Design Elements Points Lines Planes Solids Composition Techniques Rule of Thirds Balance Leading Line Symmetry or Patterns Cropping Harmony or Disharmony Point of View Background Blurring Create Depth using Layers 1, 2 or 3-point Perspective Framing Using Diagonals Convergence or Vanishing Point Positive or Negative Space Depth of Field (shallow or deep) Use of Colours or B&W Identify your Design Element first, and then apply your compositional techniques to make your Photograph! NOTE: Try incorporating more techniques into the same photo! (This table will really help keep you organized) Intro to Digital Compositions Week TWO REVISED Oct 2015 thenerdworks.com 2014 All Rights Page 2

5 Background Blur

6 Balance

7 Cropping

8 Diagonals

9 Framing

10 Layers

12 Line

13 Plane

14 Point of View

15 Point

16 Rule of 3 rd s

17 Solid

18 Symmetry

19 Intro to Digital Compositions Week Two Supplemental Design Elements and Compositional Technique Points, Lines, Planes and Solids. These are the Elements that make up the photographic world in which we take our pictures. How we photograph these collections of Points, Lines, Planes and Solids is known as Compositional Technique. Below are samples of some, but not all, techniques used by photographers. Design Elements Point Line Plane Solid Composition Technique Rule of 3 rd s Balance Leading Line Symmetry or Pattern Cropping Viewpoint Background blurring Depth via Layers Framing Diagonals

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