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This childs assignment was to find pictures on the internet which shows. simplicity,rules,thirds, lines, balance, framing, mergers. They are learning how to take pictures and develop them properly. We were shown some in class today and they are to find some and tell which of the guidelines mention above are in the photographs. Please help this instructional assistant out. We must have this done by Friday.
thank you so kindly
-- frankie stephens (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 23, 2001
I'd go to a "stock photo" website, where there will be a wide variety of high quality images by numerous photographers, with most of the photos conventionally composed, each of which can be easily returned to. The largest such service, www.corbis.com (and corbisstockmarket.com) is an obvious starting point but there are others, findable by any search engine.
You may have to register at these sites, but you shouldn't have to pay anything just to look, especially in "royalty-free" areas. Good luck!
-- Simon (email@example.com), April 23, 2001.
The George Eastmanhouse has a great site at geh.com
-- Dave Richhart (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 23, 2001.
The Center for Contemporary Photography which has a fine WWW presence, has a couple of exercises a parent/teacher could use to introduce a child to looking at images critically. You might try that site. Bob
-- Bob Moulton (email@example.com), April 24, 2001.
Or you could go to Kodak's site where they have some tutorials on photography. (Although this might make the assignment a little too easy as the caption will say, "This demonstrates the rule of thirds.")
-- John H. Henderson (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 24, 2001.
SORRY about my posting above... the George Eastman website is at www.geh.org
-- Dave Richhart (email@example.com), April 24, 2001.