This photo has worked well because the lines in the photo lead you to the subject. The lines of the stone lead you to the person at the bottom of it. Which allows you to instantly know what the pictures about. Also it isn't cluttered which also helps with you knowing what to look at. <br />
I think this picture has worked well because it shows the rule of thirds clearly because both the girls are along the line and not in the centre also one of them is in the bottom third. Also this picture shows balance because of the two people in the background balance out the people in the foreground.<br />
I think this photo has gone well because all the lines on the stairs lead to the banister and the banister leads down out of the picture. I think this has worked well because it makes you intrigued about what the stairs lead to because all the lines lead you there. So I think it looks effective.<br />
I think I could improve this by cropping it so that its only Katherine in the photo, because it is to cluttered at the moment, you don’t know what your supposed to look at.<br />
I could improve this photo but a bit of the photo off on the left so that the subject isn’t in the centre any more and is slightly to one side. Also if I did this I think it would frame the photo better.<br />
To improve this photo I could retake so its at a different angle so the trees more to one side than going through the middle, because I think this would make it more interesting and effective.<br />
I think this photo is a disaster because the lines in the photo aren’t leading anywhere. It feels unbalanced because its all similar colours. Also I don’t like the angle it makes it look like the building is slanted and not right, just makes the picture look strange.<br />
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