Composition and camera angle: Symmetry


This photograph was taken by me when I worked with my partner and this visually interesting photograph was taken at a low-angle and it is supposed to reflect symmetry. I like it because it is visually appealing to me. You don’t normally see a chair at that angle and I thought it was one of our best shots. This shot is taken at a low-angle which gives the chair power like its looking down on us, it is symmetrical because if you place a vertical line right in the middle you will notice on the opposite sides of the line reflect each other. I also noticed a strong vertical line in the background that is created by the pole which was a great fit to the photograph. I also like how the colors matched as if it was a grey scale; you see different shades of grey, some black and some white.

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1 Response to Composition and camera angle: Symmetry

  1. rmichals says:

    the low camera angle does make the ordinary classroom look quite ominous.

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