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  • Intro 0:00
  • What is Repetition? 0:16
    • Repetition is Echoing or Repeating
    • Confusion About Repetition
    • Gives Instant Composition
    • Attention Grabber
  • Repetition: Architecture 1:12
    • A Dynamic Photo of a Building
    • Repetition Used to Emphasize Something Else
  • Repetition: Objects 1:54
    • Everyday Objects Have Great Repetition
    • Photographer Used Aperture
    • Photographs of Instruments Are Not Very Unique
  • What Repetition is NOT: 3:41
    • A Bunch of Branches: Not Repetition
    • This Photo Does NOT Have Repetition
  • What Repetition is NOT: 4:33
    • Flower Petals: NOT Repetition
    • Why Not?
    • Repetition Is Very Organized
  • Tips for Success.. 5:29
    • Balancing Repetition With a Simple Background
    • Consider Opening Your Aperture
    • Consider Composition As You Shoot
    • Consider Setting Up This Shoot
    • Explore Your Subject
    • Exhaust Your Subject Matter
    • Experiment!
  • Project: Repetition Using School/Art Supplies 7:51
    • School Supplies: Pencils, Pens, Notebooks, Markers, etc.
    • Perfect Subjects for Repetition
    • Gather Your Materials
    • Use Natural Light
    • Check Out Other Student Samples
    • Think About Your Background
  • Project: Repetition Using School/Art Supplies 10:54
    • The Goal of This Assignment
    • Experiment! Don't Be Boring
    • Design A Series of 3 Final Images
    • Consider Vintage Effects or a Fun Action
    • Using Photoshop Action
    • Save For Submission Later On
  • Student Sample 1 12:16
  • Student Sample 2 13:06
  • Student Sample 3 13:42
  • Other Fabulous Examples 14:19
  • Other Fabulous Examples 14:28
  • Other Fabulous Examples 14:37