Mr. Remmers and Mrs. Geisler's Class!
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1. The Rule of Thirds
2. Position Important Things Along the Lines
Consider an interesting Foreground. Foreground is the part of the image in front of the actual thing you are taking a picture of.
If you want to create dynamic images, try looking for S-Curves. S-Curves are strong graphic elements, and give rhythm and movement to images.
6. Close Ups
Your photographs can be a mix of close ups, distance, and in between images.
7. Interesting Angles...
...Allow people to see the world in new and different ways.
Always shoot with the sun or major light sources behind you. Do not shoot into the sun or a lot of light.
9. Activate the Grid on your camera.
B) Photos and Camera
C) Toggle "Grid" to the ON position
Now use that grid for your Rule of Thirds!
10. Tap to Focus and Adjust the lighting!
11. Always Keep iPad Horizontal (wide) and Never use the Zoom feature!
12. The volume button can also be used to take the picture!