Journalism 360 Midterm

ForegroundInterestAndDepth
Photographer Cheyenne Drury takes a photo of American River College student Eric Gayle on April 7 in Sacramento, California. Gayle describes himself as a “professional student.” This photograph serves as an example of foreground interest and depth.
FrameWithinAFrame
The decorative skylight provides a natural light inside American River College’s library building on April 7 in Sacramento, California. The light is located on the upper-most floor of the library above a small plaza where students can study. This photo exhibits the frame within a frame concept in photography.
LeadingLines
Photographer Joel Whited takes a photo of the staircase inside American River College’s library on April 7 in Sacramento, California. Whited was taking photographs for his photojournalism 360 midterm. The rails of the staircase serve as leading lines.
NegativeSpace
“Agoras Light III” sits in American River College’s Rose Marks Quad on April 7 in Sacramento, California. The sculpture was created by Garr Ugalde and is meant to represent activism in the modern world. The storm clouds above the statue provide a negative space or background for the subject of the photo.
RuleOfThirds
A Storm cloud looms over the campus of American River College in Sacramento, California on April 7. 2017 saw record rainfalls for the Northern California area. This photograph illustrates the rule of thirds concept of photography.
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