In-Class Chair Shoot

To form a curved line composition, we placed the chair on its side and shot from the bottom of the chair to capture its circular base. What makes this photo engaging and visually appealing would have to be the different elements shown. There is 50/50 background symmetry, with a line going straight across horizontally. The photo is clear, focused, and it shows dimension. What pops out in this photo are the bold, blurred orange color in the background, the bold black color of the chair, the foots of the chair making a ‘X’, the chair’s circular base, and the slight hints of light hitting that base. Usually, chairs are always upright. So, to find that the bottom of a chair has all these intricate, appealing qualities is definitely different. Different in a good way.


Line: Curved Line

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