This image was taken using the frontlight method with the soft box as a light modifier and a reflective panel. This method fascinated me because it added amazingly dynamic shadows and lights that seem to dance in the background. The way that light is dancing on parts of the rose from the top of it to the petals and the leaves down to its stem reminds me to way the sun dances with water and how its waves illuminates as a result. These roses seem as a couple in close relation and are asymmetrical and are in the rule of thirds as well as shallow depth of field. The picture exhibits low contrast and is a medium closeup shot of the flowers and was taken at a slightly higher angle than eye level.