The color theory I liked the most was the Analogous Color theory, because it combines favorite colors.
Double exposure, sepia, black and white, emphasis, silhouette, and boat-n-hand, along with the original pictures.
Double exposure is a photographic technique that makes two pictures into one picture. Black and white photography creates a feeling of timeless emotion. Sepia is a specialized treatment that gives a black-and-white photograph a warmer tone. In emphasis it is the artist making part of the artwork stand out, to make the viewer's eye look there mainly. Silhouette is the image of a subject outlined or filled in darkness while it is surrounded by light. Boat'n Hand is a type of optical illusion that through the camera's placement makes the figures in the picture make a perspective that is visually interesting.
Also, the rule of thirds is when you break a picture by thirds as in lines into nine pieces the viewers eye's go to along the lines or the intersection of the lines.
I am not really against photoshop. I mean, it kind of is used to make false projections of people. I think that it is used make people of all ages self-conscious of them selves making people go so far they develop anorexia. It would be okay to make little changes, but making you look like you were a person from guy's imagination, instead of yourself is messed up. though, I guess I can't blame photoshop for it's mistreatment. So nothing is wrong with photoshop, to me, just with the uncool people who are behind it. Directing people to have low self-esteem is something everyone should know is wrong. So stop the photoshop abuse!
This comes from this link.
My favorite element of art is color because black and white is just boring. Rhythm/Movement is my favorite principle of art because it makes things look like they are moving which is interesting to me.