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# Category Archives: Point, Line, Plane

## Point, Line, Plane: Kira Norman

One of my favorite aspects of photography is the use of negative space and lines. In two of my pictures, the blue lit one and the construction zone, I made it a point to highlight the geometry in the area. … Continue reading

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## Point, Line, Plane: Kim Santos

This photo is an example of a point in space. If you ignore the magnet, that I could not for the life of me get off on my door, it is a clear focal point and contrasts well from the … Continue reading

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## Point, Line, Plane: Sulaiman Ambusaidi

This picture is a good example to represent a point in space. I found this pin in my apartment and I hang it in the wall to represent the point. I found that the wall can be a free space … Continue reading

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## Point, Line, Plane: Joshua Yi

The reading says the point marks the position in space and multiple points make up a line. It says that a point is a period, the end of a line. In a case of my earphones, all the focus and … Continue reading

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## Point, Line, Plane: Steven McCracken

For my three photos I looked around my house for some items that represented the various aspects best. The first photo I chose to take was of a thumbtack stuck in my wall, which I believe represents the idea of … Continue reading

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## Point, Line, Plane: Joshua An

The first picture of took was of the sun. I did not take this picture with this assignment in mind. I saw how red the sun was and wanted to take a picture. I then realized that the sun acts … Continue reading

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## Point, Line, Plane: Allison Cissna

In my first image, I found a screw in the wall at my work that represented functions as point, marking a position in space. The screw stands out from the background because of the light and dark contrast. I … Continue reading

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## Point, Line, Plane: Katrina Bittner

As a previous art student, I have studied and created points, lines, and planes frequently. All three can be found together and separately, and are easily found in everyday life. We often used them to draw three dimensional figures … Continue reading

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## Point, Line, Plane: Mary Gerber

Ellen Lupton explains the artistic value among elements using points, lines, and planes to map and connect data. Each of these elements are prominent in our every day lives, and present unique features that can often be overlooked. I appreciated … Continue reading

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## Point, Line, Plane: Rachel Bigler

For my first picture I chose a WSU blanket that I own, which I felt showed a nice example of point. What I liked about it was how it showed a gradient of far spaced out points to a rapid … Continue reading

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