# Elements of Design

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- Q1How many design elements are there?1098730s
- Q2How many types of lines are there?7981030s
- Q3What are implied lines?Implied lines are not actual lines, but are instead imaginary lines.Implied lines are actual lines drawn by human beings.Implied lines are not actual lines, but are instead actual objects that create a line.Implied lines are actual lines.30s
- Q4Which way do vertical lines run?Left and upUp and downRight and downLeft and right30s
- Q5Which way do horizontal lines run?Left and upUp and downLeft and rightRight and down30s
- Q6What sensations do diagonal lines give?Diagonal lines gives the sensation of force, energy, and motion.Diagonal lines gives the sensation of dignity, grandeur, and strength.Diagonal lines gives the sensation of beauty and charm.Diagonal lines gives the sensation of repose, calm, and tranquility.30s
- Q7What kind of line is a curved line known for?A curved line is a line of great dignity and strength.A curved line is a line of great force and energy.A curved line is a line of great repose and tranquility.A curved line is a line of great beauty and charm.30s
- Q8What are S curves called?S curves are called "the line of balance."S curves are called "the line of beauty."S curves are called "the line of grace."S curves are called "the line of energy."30s
- Q9What is a leading line?A leading line is a line that leads your eye in a photographs area to a center of interest.A leading line is a line that leads your eye in a photographs area to the top of the photograph.A leading line is a line that leads your eye in a photographs area to the edge of the photograph.A leading line is a line that leads your eye in a photographs area to the bottom of the photograph.30s
- Q10What is the definition of pattern?The imaginary surface quality of an object adding character to the photograph.The regular repetition of several objects, shapes, or colors in an ordered of random manner.The randomness of several objects, shapes, or colors in a random manner.The visible surface quality of an object adding character to the photograph.30s
- Q11How do you emphasize a pattern?Zoom out from the pattern and get the entirety of the subject.Zoom in onto the pattern and fill the frame with it.Find the visible surface quality of an object.Find an object that disrupts the continuous flow of a pattern.30s
- Q12How do you break a pattern?Find the visible surface quality of an object.Zoom out from the pattern and get the entirety of the subject.Zoom in onto the pattern and fill the frame with it.Find an object that disrupts the continuous flow of a pattern.30s
- Q13What is the definition of texture?The regular repetition of several objects, shapes, or colors in an ordered or random manner.The randomness of several objects, shapes, or colors in a random manner.The visible surface quality of an object adding character to the photograph.The imaginary surface quality of an object adding character to the photograph.30s
- Q14What is the definition of shape?A distinguishable three dimensional image of the subject matter.A distinguishable two dimensional image of the subject matter.A three dimensional outline of an object or its representation in an image.A two dimensional outline of an object or its representation in an image.30s
- Q15What is the definition of form?A distinguishable three dimensional image of the subject matter.A two dimensional outline of an object or its representation in an image.A three dimensional outline of an object or its representation in an image.A distinguishable two dimensional image of the subject matter.30s