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ICS ACADEMY

ICS ACADEMY OF PHOTOGRAPHY
LET'S LEARN PHOTOGRAPHY BY SEEING AND LISTENING WORKSHOP 

Tony Le Kim Thuan and Associates

PROGRAM

STREET PHOTOGRAPHY





DOCUMENTARY PICTORIAL




PORTRAITURE






LANDSCAPE 


 GOLDEN SECTION


GOLDEN RATIO


GOLDEN TRIANGLE

GOLDEN DIAGONAL


GOLDEN RULE OF THIRDS

GOLDEN SPIRAL


PORTRAITURE TECHNIQUE

PHOTO ESSAY

 PRESENTATION PHOTO ESSAY


PRESENTATION BASIC PORTFOLIO


 STATEMENT OF INTENT BASIC PORTFOLIO


HOW TO ARRANGE IMAGES OF A PORTFOLIO PRESENTATION


HOW TO WRITE STATEMENT OF A SUBJECT FOR PORTFOLIO PRESENTATION


HOW TO ARRANGE IMAGES OF A PORTFOLIO PRESENTATION

CONTENTS

DEFINITION  Street photography composition rules. One of the characteristic of street photography is the urgency needed to capture that unique, unrepeatable moment, which is supposedly the essence of this discipline. This particularity might make it seem like there is no room for a carefully composed image in street photography a genre of photography that records everyday life in a public place. The very publicness of the setting enables the photographer to take candid pictures of strangers, often without their knowledge. Its essence means candid photography of people and humanity. A street photograph has to be a real, unposed moment. Typically, street photography is all about capturing chance interactions of everyday human activity within urban areas, but it's unlike documentary photography, the general content of the scene or its precise location are immaterial. The scripture photography is about the feeling of walking around, looking for subject as an individualizing, humanize the personifying characterize with a style natural light portraiture
 
DEFINITION  Documentary / Pictorial photography usually refers to a popular form used to chronicle events or environments both significant and relevant to history and a style of photography of that provides a straightforward and accurate representation of people, places. A style photography is a non-fictional image intended to document reality. Documentary / Pictorial photography bring viewers into new worlds and experiences through the presentation of factual information about real people, places, and interprets factual material for pertaining to, consisting of, or derived from photography based on or creating an actual event, era, life story and both significant and relevant to history generally relates to pictorial with a more complex story line. Photojournalism concerns more news stories. Be aware of the two documentary / pictorial and photojournalism approaches often overlap.

DEFINITION  A portraiture photography or other artistic representation of a person is in which the face and its expression is predominant. The intent is to display the likeness, personality, and even the mood of the person. In photography a portrait is generally not a snapshot, but a composed image of a person in a still position in order to most successfully engage the subject with the viewer. The style of these works reflected the technical challenges associated with exposure times and the aesthetic of the time onto the standards for making portraits. Street Portraits are what most of photography is about the feeling of walking around, looking for subjects, overcoming the fear of approaching and making a great street portrait together with a stranger, is exciting to do portraits of strangers without permission it’s referred to as candid portraits or candid street portraits. Documentary portraits can offer insight into a who a person is, rather than shooting documentary style natural light portraits.

DEFINITION  Landscape photography is to recall a personal observation or experience while in the outdoors, especially when traveling. Landscape photography is the art of capturing images that embody the essence of nature and the outdoors, transports the viewer and the sense of being there and seeing something incredible.

DEFINITION  The Golden Section has been used as a powerful composition tool for centuries. It is a design principle based on the ratio of 1 to 1.618. Hailed as 'the perfect number', the Golden Sections can assist in creating images that have a strong composition, which will attract viewers to the photograph.

DEFINITION  The golden ratio has been used by artists, photographers seen a final image arrange to locate aesthetically pleasing areas to place the subject and object to distribute weight in the photographs. Another option is to segment a photograph into nine unequal sections using the golden ratio.

DEFINITION  The golden triangle is instead a classical rule of composition used in photography. This timeless rule states that to create a harmonious image, the main subject should describe the shape of a triangle. This kind of arrangement exudes peace while the symmetry conveys clarity and harmony.

DEFINITION  The Golden Triangle (Composition) rule is a rule of thumb in visual composition for photographs, especially those which have elements that follow diagonal lines. The frame is divided into four triangles of two different sizes, done by drawing one diagonal from one corner to another, and then two lines from the other corners, touching the first at 90 degree angles. There are a couple ways this can be used: Filling one of the triangles with the subject.  Placing the diagonal elements so that they run along two of the lines.

DEFINITION  If there is only one subject or object in your scene, you can heighten the interest by placing it using the rule of thirds concept. By using the golden ratio concept, the viewer's eyes will move along the line, resting on the end of the spiral.

DEFINITION  Some people call it the Fibonacci spiralgolden spiral, phi grid, divine proportion, or the golden mean. It helps to lead the viewer through the entire photo. The composition will be more pleasing and balanced for the human eye. The golden ratio existed well before the modern camera's birth.

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