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Homework Week 1

Correcting Composition

 

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horizon corrected

Above photo of sunset was taken in Maldives islands. Horizon appears slanting, so I corrected it using measure tool

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lighthouseruleofthirdandcropped

This was taken on our recent holiday in Island of Jersey which is part of Channel Islands and still part of UK. I have used rule of third and cropped the photo. I hope it is successful.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ruleofthirdandcropped

This was taken in Prague two years ago when they had Festival of Decorated Cow statues displayed in major European cities and auctioned off at the end of the festival for charity.

 

 

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convergingverticalscorrected

This was our hotel in Los Gigantes in island of Tenerife. I took the first photo from the ground level which resulted in converging verticals, which I corrected in Photoshop.

 

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copysmartsharpen

Corrected using Smart Sharpen Advanced setting removing lens blur as taught by Janee in lesson.

This month I went on a "Experience Seminar" run by Canon for EOS magazine, to  Smarden in Kent (UK) where there is a centre run by the Wildlife Heritage Foundation (formerly known as "Born Free") The centre is involved in breeding program to help regenerate the numbers of many varieties of Big Cat. The centre has large enclosures with wide gauge mesh with access to be able to get the lenses right up against the bars.  The centre has three types of Tiger, two types of Leopard, a Cheetah and three male Lions within its collection. There were only eight delegates and two lecturers and we had full day to take photos of these Cats!

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tigercropped

Janee asked to demonstrate if rule of third does not work for any photo & if so why?.

I tried to crop this "loosely using rule of third", but it makes it appear more like a portrait, but I think it is still pleasing, what do you think?

 

And lastly the screenshot of Bridgescreen.

Here I have arranged Large photo in the centre and filmstrip vertically on right side.

 

 

 

 


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