Tuesday, March 29, 2011

sunlight portraits

My teacher Anderson has recently assighned us to a project requiring us to take a picture of a single person with the sun light hitting the front, back,and left and right side of a person face.This catches the effect of sunlight placing good pictures with great pictures.These particliar pictures are the pictures on a fabulous day in rain city seattle where the sun depending where you are at came at all angles.For these pictures there is a rule for the pictures. And this is called the rulle of thirds.You might be asking what is the rule of thirds.The rule of thirds is when you hold the capture botton but half way to make the camera focus and you will see a box with nine columns in it. After you see the box try to capture the picture of the persons' eye to match up with the line of the column.
                                     This is jose williams taking a picture with
                                      a great tan with the sunlight facing directly
                                      to his face.

This is a picture of jose williams with the sun facing the
left of his face.

This is a picture of jose williams of the sunlight facing
the right side of his face.

This is a prefect example of how the rule of 3rds work the eyes
\are lineing up directly with the lines of the column

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