Determine Photo Styles

Choose the photo style that is CLEARLY SHOWN in the image. Read and understand the guidelines associated with each example photo style tag. If the photo style is not obvious by looking at the image, then select the No



The photo styles and definitions follow:


Aerial view

Aerial View
Photo of the ground from an elevated position taken with a camera that is not supported by a ground-based structure often from a helicopter, airplane or a tall building but never from ground level. on the web: wikipedia.org


Close up


Close Up
Photo taken at close range in which the subject is tightly framed and shown at a relatively large scale (greater than life size). on the web: wikipedia.org

Copy space

Copy Space
Photo that has an ample empty space available within the image to add text or other content (headlines, text, logos, graphics, etc.).
Forced Perspective

Forced Perspective
Photo that employs an optical illusion to make an object appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller than it actually is. on the web: wikipedia.org

Full Frame



Full Frame
Photo in which the subject fills the entire frame. There is no negative or empty space available around the subject of the image.
 Landscape

Landscape
Photo that focuses on the grandeur and presence of nature and the natural world is free of man made obstructions with little or no human activity. on the web: wikipedia.org
Lens Flare



Lens Flare
Photo in which there is a very bright light source in the image or shining into the lens which produces visible artifacts or a haze. on the web: wikipedia.org
 Long Exposure

Long Exposure
Photo that sharply captures the stationary elements of images while blurring, smearing, or obscuring the moving elements. on the web: wikipedia.org
Low Angle View


Low Angle View
Photo taken from a low vertical position (anywhere below the eyeline) looking up at the subject. on the web: wikipedia.org
 Multiple Exposure

Multiple Exposure
Photo of more than one (two or more) individual exposures (multiple subjects) that are combined to create a single photo. on the web: wikipedia.org
Scenic




Scenic
Photo showing pleasing views of natural scenery, typically with little or no man made features.
 Single Obhect


Single Object
Photo of a single, often isolated, object that is the main subject in the photo. Photo should not include people


Spiral


Spiral
Photo where the main subject of the photo depicts a spiral shape or design
Still Life


Still Life
Photo of an intentional arrangement of inanimate objects usually staged on a tabletop. on the web: wikipedia.org

Surface Level

Suface Level
Photo taken from a position that is eye-level with the surface plane. on the web:
Urban Scene



Urban Scene
Photo of an urban, or city scene

Vanishing Point
Vanishing Point
Photo in which parallel lines (such as a road, or train tracks) appear to converge at a single point. on the web: wikipedia.org
Wide Angle




Wide Angle
Photo in which there is a greater and wider than normal angle of view of a scene included in the photo. on the web: wikipedia.o



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