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February 7-9 2019-Using Visual Balance for better Photography
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Feb 6, 2019 13:00:33   #
judy juul (a regular here)
 
This subject comes from Digital Photography School. There are some nice explanations listed in this article!

digital-photography-school(dot)com/7-quick-tips-use-visual-balance-make-better-photographs/

replace the (dot) with a period then copy and paste in your browser-(UGHH doesn't allow direct links)

Ways to make balanced photos-Consider the following...Color, Size, Value, Texture, Isolation,Quanity, and

Orientation. Each example is well explained in the above article.

Let's try each one and see how we do!


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Feb 6, 2019 14:19:44   #
PAToGraphy (a regular here)
 
judy juul wrote:
This subject comes from Digital Photography School. There are some nice explanations listed in this article!

digital-photography-school(dot)com/7-quick-tips-use-visual-balance-make-better-photographs/

replace the (dot) with a period then copy and paste in your browser-(UGHH doesn't allow direct links)

Ways to make balanced photos-Consider the following...Color, Size, Value, Texture, Isolation,Quanity, and

Orientation. Each example is well explained in the above article.

Let's try each one and see how we do!
This subject comes from Digital Photography School... (show quote)


Thanks, JJ, for hosting. Will read article later. Love this shot. See you later. Likely tomorrow.

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Feb 6, 2019 14:37:01   #
dane004
 
Judy thanks for hosting the challenge. Real nice photo to start.

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Feb 6, 2019 14:38:12   #
photophile (a regular here)
 
judy juul wrote:
This subject comes from Digital Photography School. There are some nice explanations listed in this article!

digital-photography-school(dot)com/7-quick-tips-use-visual-balance-make-better-photographs/

replace the (dot) with a period then copy and paste in your browser-(UGHH doesn't allow direct links)

Ways to make balanced photos-Consider the following...Color, Size, Value, Texture, Isolation,Quanity, and

Orientation. Each example is well explained in the above article.

Let's try each one and see how we do!
This subject comes from Digital Photography School... (show quote)


Attractive.

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Feb 6, 2019 16:02:55   #
judy juul (a regular here)
 
Thanks, you guys...I'm looking forward to this one and appreciate you notes, too!

UGHH-is THE BEST! I'm so glad to be a part of!!

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Feb 6, 2019 17:02:53   #
Roadrunner (a regular here)
 
judy juul wrote:
Thanks, you guys...I'm looking forward to this one and appreciate you notes, too!

UGHH-is THE BEST! I'm so glad to be a part of!!


Hope that I can do it....

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Feb 6, 2019 17:10:50   #
Sunnybuck
 
Judy, visual balance is probably my hardest thing to achieve in composition. I have a couple I hope works.




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Feb 6, 2019 18:22:09   #
photophile (a regular here)
 
A few:


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Feb 6, 2019 18:58:09   #
judy juul (a regular here)
 
Roadrunner wrote:
Hope that I can do it....


I'm happy to help, if you need, Jim!

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Feb 6, 2019 19:02:05   #
Roadrunner (a regular here)
 
judy juul wrote:
I'm happy to help, if you need, Jim!


C'mon down....LOL...is it a sort of DOF?

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Feb 6, 2019 19:03:35   #
Roadrunner (a regular here)
 
Sunnybuck wrote:
Judy, visual balance is probably my hardest thing to achieve in composition. I have a couple I hope works.


How come you have a left sandal and a right foot? A kind of visual balance I s'pose

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Feb 6, 2019 19:11:09   #
judy juul (a regular here)
 
judy juul wrote:
This subject comes from Digital Photography School. There are some nice explanations listed in this article!

digital-photography-school(dot)com/7-quick-tips-use-visual-balance-make-better-photographs/

replace the (dot) with a period then copy and paste in your browser-(UGHH doesn't allow direct links)

Ways to make balanced photos-Consider the following...Color, Size, Value, Texture, Isolation,Quanity, and

Orientation. Each example is well explained in the above article.

Let's try each one and see how we do!
This subject comes from Digital Photography School... (show quote)


First photo I posted was for color...

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Feb 6, 2019 19:21:54   #
judy juul (a regular here)
 
Color was the my first example-

Quote-Colour has many properties that can affect an object’s visual weight relative to others in the photograph, such as saturation, brightness, darkness, and hue. Warm colours advance into the foreground and tend to weigh more than cool colours, which recede into the background. Red attracts attention better than any other colour, and thus has the highest visual weight as opposed to yellow, which has the least visual weight. Also bright colours attract more attention than subdued colours.

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Feb 6, 2019 19:31:52   #
judy juul (a regular here)
 
second example is Size-per artical

Quote Large elements appear heavier than small ones. Size is an evident visual weight factor because, in the physical world, an object that’s bigger than another will naturally be heavier, and will take up more physical space. Large elements command more attention. We naturally see them first, or spend more time looking at them anyway.


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Feb 6, 2019 19:46:11   #
Roadrunner (a regular here)
 
judy juul wrote:
Color was the my first example-

Quote-Colour has many properties that can affect an object’s visual weight relative to others in the photograph, such as saturation, brightness, darkness, and hue. Warm colours advance into the foreground and tend to weigh more than cool colours, which recede into the background. Red attracts attention better than any other colour, and thus has the highest visual weight as opposed to yellow, which has the least visual weight. Also bright colours attract more attention than subdued colours.
Color was the my first example- br br Quote-Colou... (show quote)


OK....yeah...thanks

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