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ELIZA LOCKE / HR. 5 / PHOTO 1
the path of a moving point (geometric or organic)
the previous picture represents line because there are geometric lines on the road.
an area enclosed by an outline
the previous picture demonstrates shape because the different sized squares are geometric shapes.
what the eyes see when light is reflected off an object.
the previous picture represents color because I see many different colors that are very bright.
a three-dimensional object
the previous picture demonstrates form because the object is 3 dimensional
the lights and darks that make up an image; the lightness or darkness of a color
the previous picture demonstrates value because it contains a wide range of values that create a serious tone
the distance or area between, around, above, below and within objects
the previous picture represents space because it looks like there is greater distance between the metal bars at the start of the picture.
each bar is really the same width apart, but because of the cameras view, it creates an illusion
how the surface of an object feels or looks as it would feel, if touched
the previous picture demonstrates texture because it looks like the pebbles would have a very rough and bumpy feel
refers to differences in values, colors, textures, and other art elements to achieve interest and emphasis
the previous picture shows contrast because of the range of warm colors that gets brighter in the middle of the picture
establishes one part of an image as most important and makes it stand out
the previous picture demonstrates emphasis because their is a plain background and it emphasizes the gummy bears.
refers to the path the viewer’s eye follows through an image
the previous picture shows movement because of the way the water hits and splashes the rocks. it gives the viewers eye a path to follow because of where the water starts and ends up.
the arrangement of visual elements within the frame of an image that creates harmonious relationships
the previous picture demonstrates balance because each half of the picture has very similar weight, which makes it almost symmetrical
refers to a repetitive design or motif within a composition
the previous picture shows pattern because there are symbols that are repetitive throughout the picture
occurs when the arrangement of elements and principles create a feeling of completeness to the eye
the previous picture demonstrates unity because there are many anchors that are placed throughout the photo, which makes it feel complete
the repeating of an element to make a work seem active or lively
the previous picture shows rhythm because the bars are repeated