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Lesson 11 – Tension

Learning Goals: Define unity and harmony in relation to photography Analyze photographs to identify how the elements of design create unity and harmony Apply the elements of design to create unity and harmony in a photograph Minds On Activity How does this photo make you feel? What mood or feeling is created? How is this …

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Lesson 10 – Unity and Harmony

Learning Goals: Define unity and harmony in relation to photography Analyze photographs to identify how the elements of design create unity and harmony Apply the elements of design to create unity and harmony in a photograph Minds On Activity What elements and principles are used to create unity and harmony? How does this help create …

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Lesson 9 – Variety

Learning Goals: Define variety in relation to photography Analyze photographs to identify how the elements of design create variety Apply the elements of design to create variety in a photograph Minds On Activity  If we are talking about using “variety” in our compositions, which photo do you think doesn’t belong? Why? Variety Video https://fono-principles-of-design.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/english/videos/pod-l9-variety-en.mp4 Video …

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Lesson 8 – Balance

Learning Goals: Define balance in relation to photography Analyze photographs to identify how the elements of design create balance Apply the elements of design to create balance in a photograph Minds On Activity Look at the two images below. Which image looks more balanced to you? What elements or principles are used in creating a …

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Lesson 6 – Repetition and Rhythm

Learning Goals: Define repetition and rhythm in relation to photography Apply the elements of design to create repetition and rhythm in photographs Identify repetition and fast and slow rhythm in a photograph Minds On Activity How does nature repeat itself in this image? What elements of design are repeated to help demonstrate a sense of …

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Lesson 7 – Proportion

Learning Goals: Define proportion in relation to photography Analyze photographs to identify how the elements of design create proportion Apply the elements of design to create proportion in a photograph Minds On Activity Here are two photographs of a mushroom. What techniques has the photographer used to make one mushroom look much larger than the …

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Lesson 5 – Movement

Learning Goals: Define movement in relation to photography Identify real movement and implied movement in a photograph Apply the elements of design to create various types of movement in photographs Minds On Activity What do you notice about this image? What do you wonder? Think about all the different ways that nature creates movement. Movement …

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Lesson 2 – Composition

Learning Goals: Learn how to use the “Rule of Thirds” to improve the composition of a photograph Identify how changing your perspective can make photos more unique and interesting Learn how the quality and direction of light can affect photographs Learn about the benefits of shooting close up to the subjects in nature photography Minds …

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Lesson 4 – Contrast

Learning Goals: Define contrast in relation to photography Analyze photographs to identify how the elements of design create contrast Apply the elements of design to create contrast in photographs Minds On Activity How is contrast created in this photo? What elements of design did the photographer use? Contrast Video https://fono-principles-of-design.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/english/videos/pod-l4-contrast-en.mp4 Video Transcript Hello photographers and …

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