Here are the 5 fundamental elements of PhotographyLight. Light is the most fundamental element that all photographs need because it illuminates the scene or the subject. The photographer's choice of distance to his subject. For more information on lights and shadows, there's a detailed article entitled Light and Shadows by Rick Keller here in Photography Life.
There is nothing more striking than patterns. These are languages spread across a given matrix (for example, capturing and creating patterns requires a lot of discipline and patience). To capture, good luck, to create, a lot of imagination. Capture patterns can include lighting patterns, symmetrical patterns, or rhythmic (repeating) patterns.
Learn more about using repetition and patterns in photography. Light is obviously the most important element in any photograph due to the basic fact that the photograph itself consists of recording light. Light helps create a particular environment within the photograph and can emphasize the key elements of a frame. It's not easy to get good photos, but the best thing about photography is that the more you practice and train yourself in the different aspects above, the better and faster you can see and implement the different elements you need.
The appearance of color means an arrangement of pleasant colors, without hot spots such as a white element that does not allow the eye to see the image and without an overpowering glow of a single bright spot. Every photograph taken, intentionally or not, contains one or more of these elements, which are known as the 5 elements of the photograph. Creating a moment in a photograph should consist of bringing together all the elements of a frame to tell a captivating story.
Sponsored by ADM Photo & Video - click here for directions
ADM Photo & Video
1400 Colonial Blvd, Suite 41
Fort Myers, FL 33907
Tel: (239) 362-3842
Plus Code: H4W7+59 Fort Myers, Florida
Opening Hours (by appointment only):
- Sunday: 09:00am to 08:00pm
- Monday: 09:00am to 08:00pm
- Tuesday: 09:00am to 08:00pm
- Wednesday: 09:00am to 08:00pm
- Thursday: 09:00am to 08:00pm
- Friday: 09:00am to 08:00pm
- Satday: 09:00am to 08:00pm