This week’s photo blitz assignment took almost all week. I noticed that I spent a lot of time in my Classes looking for the perfect designs to use.
The first picture is one that shows rhythm. This is because it has a repeated pattern of boxes with flowers in them. It grabs the attention from anybody who walks in!
The next picture also shows rhythm. It has a repetition of frames and mirrors. All of these are rectangular/square which brings the rhythm to the viewers attention.
The third picture is of balance. It brings balance to the overall look of the doors. This makes it very easy to look at and brings the visuals around the room together.
The next picture is like the last. It is all about balance. Balance from this provides a very nice look for the tv stand.
Th picture that was in the Spanish building shows lots of color and how color can dominate the viewer’s attention. I am not planing to major or minor in Spanish, but it seeing this picture outside of my classroom grabbed my attention because it has a brighter color on top of a deeper blue.
I used the Bishop Briggs concert I went to, to show proportion. This uses a proportion of Bishop’s body to the podium that she keeps on stage. Which helps to show the different heights of both.
Dominance in a picture can be very important when wanting to keep attention on one thing/item. When I was at the beach, I took a picture of my dog Rilee on sand, which sticks out the color red of her on the plain sand
Unity is the next idea that I represented in my instagram posts. I found a salt lamp collage that I thought would be very good to represent how beautiful unity can be.
A message can be very powerful in a picture. That is why I picked this message for my background on my MacBook.
Color can be very powerful in a picture. This bright color of my friends laptop case really caught my attention.