Category Archives: LL 1-Composition
I really like this photo I took. With the whole lines of the stool and the van right above it. I was really waiting for that van to past so I shoot it in the right moment. I think I … Continue reading
I chose this image because I liked how the chair works with with it’s environment to create a story. It has a nice sense of balance and depth of field, as the chair is more to the back of the … Continue reading
I chose this photograph because of the black background against the chair. This is an example of the rule of thirds. The chair has this unique curve at the top of it. I think it makes you think about more … Continue reading
I chose this photo because of the interesting view you get from it. This worms-eye view lets you see the chair from a great angle that not only makes the chair look huge but its surroundings too. It also has … Continue reading
the reason why i picked this photo is because of how the color of the chair interacts with the color of nature, I think it creates a relationship between nature and an object made by man., the green of the … Continue reading
This photograph was my favorite because of how dynamic it is. It is a close up of the stool taken at an oblique angle. The legs of the stool frame Hery (the photographer) which serves as a frame within a … Continue reading
This picture picture is an example of off balance and eye-level. The chair and the reflection of the background combined to give a sense of depth.
This is my favorite photograph from today’s lesson and is successful because it uses multiple elements that we learned in class today. The low angle makes the chair look larger, taller and important. The chair is also situated on … Continue reading
I think this was a successful photo because it created a relationship that did not actually exist between the the two objects. The rule of Thirds applies very well. The image was an accident making the final image that much … Continue reading
This is photograph uses extreme close-up which focuses on the chairs missing bold. The photo also has a sense of depth caused by the shadow on the edge of the chair.