Image composting is the combination of different elements in two photos into one photo. These photos are created to resemble an artists perspective and creativity. The photos have a meaning and some are more meaningful than others. Rule of thirds puts a subject in one side of the photo but not always. This helps by showing the subject in a different perspective. Rule of thirds also helps by balancing out a photo and improves the meaning of your photo by putting a background in the image. There are many ways that rule of thirds can be used incorrectly, having one focal point and not the whole photo in focus destroys the rules of thirds. Professional photographers think about how the viewer will portray a image. They try to keep the main subject in focus, meaning that other things won't distract the viewer, unless its for a good reason.
Of my three composite image techniques the strongest message that I want to deliver is "nothing is impossible". The final image will resemble a guy waking on water. The photo will be made possible by using photoshop to place the guy walking on water. The guy walking on water speaks that anything can be achieved if you have faith. Rule of thirds will be applied to the image as well as angle of eye level but from behind the subject. As the subject of the image is walking out to the big, vast ocean. The first thing I think the viewer will see is the blue collar guy walking because he will be in the middle of the frame. They will also see a guy walking out into the crazy ocean as if it were a urban sidewalk. The goal is to have the image noticeably real.
ACO 3.1 Analyze how elements and principles of design in various forms of media are applied to communicate to a specific audience.
ACO 3.2 Critique how the effective integration of elements and principles of design within a variety of medium impact target audiences.
ACO 3.3 Apply elements and principles of design to clarify, focus, or enhance a message or concept for a target audience.