Elements Of Photography For My Pictures Yuuri Schott.

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Elements Of Photography For My PicturesYuuri Schott Lines

Its lines because the straightness gives the picture power and strength to the photo. At the fact that the adorable little dog wants to leave the house.Owner: Randy Son Of RobertLicense information: AttributionPhoto Credit or URL: href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/randysonofrobert/372685063/">Randy Son Of Robert via photopin ccLines

The Buildings show lines that draw your eye to look at them.Owner: DystoposLicense information: Non-Commercial Attribution Photo Credit or URL: Dystopos via photopin ccRule of thirds

If you place the template on the photo. The cars to the right side of the photo fit perfectly in it. It compliments the lights to the left and in the background.Owner: bongosphotographieLicense information: Share Alike AttributionPhoto Credit or URL: Tom Wolf | Photography via photopin ccRule of thirds

When you place the template. The tall building to the left draws your eye in in then down to the lower building which all compliment the beach thats next to them. Also that very lovely sky in the photo fits it quite well.Owner:License information: Attribution Photo Credit or URL: szeke via photopin ccDepth of field

The Red panda pops out and the leaves pop out so you see them first. Rather than the background in the back thats blurry.

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You first notice the flower and leaves and the vines. The background that is blurry is something you notice second or later.Owner: Denis ColletteLicense information: Attribution No Derivatives Non-Commercial Photo Credit or URL: href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/deniscollette/3801186276/">Denis Collette...!!! via photopin ccPerspectiveThis is perspective because the angle the photo was taken at is one where your able to see the whole building so the photographer was probably on his knee.Owner:License information: AttributionPhoto Credit or URL: paul bica via photopin cc

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This photo also represents perspective because the way the way the angle is from the subject of the photo makes it feel like your looking up at a tall building so the photographer was looking up just like our eyes move up.Owner:License information: AttributionPhoto Credit or URL: paul bica via photopin cc