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  1. Lighting and Compositionin Photography

  2. How you balance the elements in picture Subject centered = ‘Symmetry’ Rule of 2/3rds – Keeping subject off-center. Composition

  3. Place Subject off Center

  4. Motion

  5. Light is essential to any photograph Time of day is a major factor Morning and Afternoon are best times Mid Day is difficult Main light source should be behind you Controlling Light

  6. How colour temperatures affect an image Colour temperature = measuring a light source Higher colour temperature has more blue Lower colour temperature has more red Our brain can compensate for light changes Digital Cameras can approximate Manually set the Colour Balance to be safe... White Balance

  7. Clear Blue Sky 10,000 to 15,000 Overcast Sky 6,000 to 8,000 Electronic Flash 5,400 to 6,000 60-watt Bulb 2,800 40-watt Bulb 2,650 Candle Flame 1,200 to 1,500 How Light Sources Measure up Light Source - Temp in Degrees Kelvin

  8. Proper Colour Balance White Balance

  9. Proper Colour Balance Improper Balance Set for Indoor Set for Outdoor Improper balance causes a shift in colour White Balance

  10. Proper Colour Balance White Balance

  11. Proper Balance Improper Balance Set for Outdoor Set for Indoor White Balance

  12. White Balance Proper Balance Improper Balance Set for Outdoor Set for Indoor

  13. White Balance Proper Balance Improper Balance Set for Outdoor Set for Indoor

  14. Blue Card Red Card Manipulating for ‘Mood’ Forcing changes in Colour Balance

  15. Fluorescent Lighting Daylight Flash Cloudy Conditions Shade Conditions Colour Balance