Wednesday, 9 February 2011

Good Photograpghy

What makes a good photograph is that the positioning and distance of the model is of the shot you’re looking for E.g. a Medium shot should not show the model below the chest.  The mise en scene is important including lighting, figure, colour, objects, and setting within the framing shot. E.g. If the photo is too dark you won’t be able to see what is on it so the lighting needs to be perfect also if using colours they need to contrast with the background of your photograph so the main object stands out more than the rest. It is critical for a successful print project as if the print project does not look professional or authentic enough then no one will want to buy your magazine or even attract the audience you are aiming it for.

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