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-Photography is the art of making images by the use of recording light or other electromagnetic radiation. Photography is a word that came from the Greeks.φωτός (phōtos), genitive of φῶς (phōs), "light" and γραφή (graphé) "representation by means of lines" or "drawing", together meaning "drawing with light".

-Photography is used to capture special moments, tell stories, preserve memories, and send messages and a source of entertainment. Photography is also used for data storage, recognition, and surveillance.

- All industries use photography in some way. Industries like a web design, advertising, sports, fashion industries and more.

- Different types of typography would be Architectural, Fashion, Nature, Underwater, Landscape, Wedding, Wildlife, Food, and more.

- The skills required for jobs and/or professions would be different. If you wanted to work at an advertisement industry, you would need to produce images such as packshot’s since you need them to illustrate and sell.

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Lin For The Win: This photo is interesting because of the angle it is shot at.This is a medium range shot and the lighting of this photo makes the player stand out.

Nissan Skyline GTR R34: I like this photo because the car in this photo is one of my favourite cars. This is shot at a medium range and the angle of this shot is good because makes the design on this car visible for people to see.

Toronto Skyline: I find this photo really attractive. This photo is taken at a long range and it is also shot in a straight angle so we can see the abstract city lights.

Cute Turtle: I like this photo because i like turtles. This photo is a close up shot and when it comes to small animals the best pictures to take are close ups.


Niagara falls: This photo is a long range photo and it is taken at an high angle.


  • Rule of thirds
  • Focus, and minimizing the delay between pressing the button and the camera actually taking the picture
  • Taking well-exposed pictures on “automatic” mode
  • Taking sharp and well-exposed pictures on “manual” mode
  • Taking good pictures in low light (indoors and/or in the evening)
  • Alter Your Perspective
  • Break the Rules of Composition
  • Obscure Part of your Subject

  • Blurry photos
  • Bad composition
  • Choosing a bad photo background
  • Red eye reflections
  • Using the wrong camera setting Pixelation
  • Bad photo exposure
  • Avoid over-saturation
  • Avoid shooting hand-held

Principles of Design
  • Balance – The equality of art such as symmetry
  • Repetition – Repeating the display patterns, trends, movement and more for visual effects
  • Unity – The relationship between individual parts and the whole of a composition. Unity gives a sense of variety and wholeness.

  • Harmony – Combining similar or related elements such as adjacent colors, similar shapes, and related textures
  • Contrast – To create maximum impact so it makes the visual stand out.
    Camera Angle

    — The FRAMING or the LENGTH of shot

    — The ANGLE of the shot

    — If there is any MOVEMENT involved

  • Birds eye view
  • High Angle
  • eye level
  • low angle
  • oblique / canted angle

    Shot Length
  • Extreme Long Shot - Photo taken from a quarter kilometer away.
  • Long Shot - Life size
  • Medium Shot -
  • Close-up -
  • Extreme Close-up -

    Types of Lighting
  • Side lighting
  • Top heavy lighting
  • Full Frontal Lighting
  • All around lighting
  • dust or dawn
  • Reflected lighting
  • Backlighting