Arrangement and Balance
Using magazines that you have collected find at least one example of the following types of composition. Mount them and include them in a photo notebook or portfolio.
Leading Line - a line that leads you visually to an object.
Rhythm - a picture that has objects that repeat and give a feeling of depth.
Framing - shooting through something to get the main subject behind it.
Horizontal - appears peaceful.
Vertical - shows strength.
Informal Balance - different things catch your eye, not just one. (multiple objects - tends to be asymmetrical).
Formal Balance - both sides fo teh picture are similar (symmetrical).
High Key - very bright, intense, active.
Low Key - dark, less intense, inactive.
Silhouette - an outline. The lighting comes from behind the subject in your picture.