Photography Evaluation

Clarity – The clarity of the photo is determined by the image being viewed in the photo. Examples of exceptional clarity are photos that the main object is clear, focused and without any obstructions.

Lighting – The appropriate lighting of a photo is determined by the contrast in the photo. Exceptional photos will show the main object well lit, and without a lighting distraction in the background.

Distance – The appropriate distance of an object will show the correct amount of detail in the intended object. An exceptional photo will show the object in close detail, with the proper angle photographed, and the correct side of the object.

Purpose – The purpose of the photo determines if it meets the desired outcome. It is very important to get the photos you intend to document in the yearbook. Photos that meet the purpose will be a useful, and an appropriate image to place into the yearbook.

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