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Digital Photography. By: Blerina Ferati. Eye-level. High angle. Low Angle. Birds eye. Slanted. Close Up. Mid Shot. Very Wide Shot. Extreme Close Up. Over The Shoulder Shot. Two Shot. Weather Shot. Rule Of Thirds. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Digital Photography

Digital PhotographyBy: Blerina FeratiEye-level

2High angle

Low Angle

Birds eye


Close Up

Mid Shot

Very Wide Shot

Extreme Close Up

Over The Shoulder Shot

Two Shot

Weather Shot

Rule Of Thirds

The Rule Of Thirds is when the frame is divided into imaginary nine sections

Forensic PhotographyForensic Photography is also known as crime scene photography. Forensic Photography is used to document crime scenes.

Marco PhotographyMarco Photography is up close and personal. It refers to images captured at life size.

16Underwater PhotographyUnderwater Photography is when a photo is taken underwater.

My Favorite Type Of PhotographyMy favorite type of photography is underwater photography, because everything underwater looks so much prettier. Its beautiful, because you never really see things underwater unless youre in the ocean and have goggles. Six Components Of The CameraBodyLensApertureShutterViewfinderTransport

Why you should be clear about the subject?You should be clear about the subject because if youre not interested in it there is no point of photographing it.

Why do you compose the entire frame, not just the subject?Some objects dont look good if cant see the whole thing, or at least a certain amount of it. Partial objects can look awkward, or even confusing.Why use different camera angles?One of the most common ways to add dramatic effect to a photograph is to use an interesting or unusual camera angle. Some shots can have such an impact just by changing the angle.

Why should you strive for balance?Poor balance is not too good, like a photo with too much light and no contrast

Why use lines when composing your composition?Different lines have different effects. Vertical lines emphasis strength and power, Horizontal lines emphasis stability and width, Diagonal have a more dramatic and dynamic effect, curve lines can reflect relaxation and nature. Lines can be used to direct the viewers interest.