Saturday, August 24, 2013

IVP4403 - New Media (2)

based on the 9 types of photo compositions which we studied last week, we had our on-site photography lesson at Yuan Ching Road this week .... =)

sharing the pieces which i had submitted as this week's assignment

(1) alternative viewpoint - my robotic frend

it's an angle shot taken of this letter box

(2) asymmetrical balance 

another asymmetrical balance photo, not for submission, but as attendance taking.... wahahahaha 

(3) framing - my homeland
 love how the shapes of the 2 holes ofa dried leaf which i picked up from the ground formed the shape of Singapore island

(4) imbalance - perspective matters
....not there yet there... 
a weightless line painted on the ground giving so much weight to the right side of the photo.... 

i think this photo can be classified under 'leading lines' too

(5) leading lines

(6) minimalist - selfie
 i thought this should be classified under 'alternative viewpoint' but tutor said that it should be 'minimalist'...

i had wanted to submit this 'self realisation' photo as a minimalist photo initially de
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(7) pattern 

(8) rule of 3rds

(9) symmetrical balance - i wish 


though the sun was so hot that it gave me a headache, i had fun viewing my photos as well as those from my coursemates.... am really looking forward to more photography lessons... hopefully can learn how to adjust shuttle speed, photoshop etc ... =) 


this is part 3 of 7 parts to the series "Advanced Diploma in Primary Art Education". A series of blog posts that are updated weekly (from aug - nov) to document the activities, progress and learning point(s) from the week's lessons... =) 

Part 1 - IVP4401: 2D Exploration 
             (1)(2 - 4)

Part 2 - IVP4402: 3D Exploration 
             (2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7 - 9) 

Part 3 - IVP4403: New Media Exploration 
             (1), (2)(3&4)(5 & 6)(7 & 8)(9 - 12)

Part 4 - IVP4404: Visual Literacy 

Part 5 - IVP4405: Artistic Development of Children

Part 6 - IVP4406: Methods and Materials 

Part 7 - IVP4407: Curriculum Development and Assessment 

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