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  • Intro 0:00
  • Form Explained 0:15
    • 3-D and Encloses Volume
    • Most Basic Element of Art
    • In All Sorts of Photographs
    • Form is Everywhere
    • Examples
  • Form Samples: Architecture 1:43
    • Example 1
    • Example 2
    • Example 3
  • Form Samples: Human Form 2:37
    • Shape and Form is Not Just Geometric
    • Example 1
    • Example 2
    • Example 3
    • Exploration of Human Form
  • Form Samples: Objects 4:34
    • Example 1
    • Example 2
    • Example 3
  • Form Samples: Abstractions 6:12
    • Forms You Aren't Sure What They Are
    • Example 1
    • Example 2
    • Example 3
  • Tips for Success.. 7:21
    • Get in Close!
    • Use a Macro or Close Up Lens
    • What is a Macro Lens
    • Try Renting a Lens
    • Strongly Consider Simplicity
    • Explore Your Subject
    • Play With Your Subject
    • Exhaust the Subject Matter
    • Experiment!
  • Form Project 10:51
    • Take Photographs That Emphasize Form
    • Express Those Forms
    • Focus Primarily on Form
    • Design a Series of 3 Images
    • All 3 Need to Relate to Each Other
    • Create 1 Canvas Displaying All 3 Images
  • Student Sample 1 13:48
    • Collage Design Example
    • Composition of the Collage
  • Student Sample 2 14:56
    • One Way to Approach This Project
    • Composition of the Collage
    • Borders
  • Student Sample 3 15:45
    • Abstract Example