Composition and Lenses Continued

by Natasha Osborne October. 29, 2017 801 views

The following are some of the other images that were captured for the task.

I really like this image, I find it striking due to the bright orange strip that separates the two sections of the building, as it is not completely centred, it gives the image overall a more appealing view. The architecture is interesting to look at, while the windows capture the relection of the opposite side to the building, it just adds to the detail going on in this still.

The Vijay Patel Building

The Vijay Patel Building

The next few images are capturing Nature and Animals. I particularly like the image of the spiders web in the bush, with the background out of focus, it really encourages the viewer to pay attention to the web, and the plant. The colour variation of the plant, with the lighter shade at the top really draws you in. I feel it is quite a simple shot, but that makes it all the more interesting as it encourages you to look at the photo in depth to see all the aspects of the photo.

The Canal

The Canal

These two geese are effortlessly gliding on the water, and I love the ripples that are being left behind on the surface of the canal. As the water is quite dark it makes the birds stand out even more. They are both going in the same direction and you can see they are staying fairly close to each other. The leaves on the surface just add to the photo, allowing the viewer to know roughly when the photograph was taken. The red/yellow leaves, indicate that the photograph has been captured sometime in Autumn.

As winter is soon approaching, and the weather is getting colder, the flowers are slowly dying. I really like this image as you can see the difference between the flower on the left compared to the flower on the right. The one on the right has decayed a lot more, its petals have wiltered and lost their vibrant yellow colour. However the flower on the left, where decaying has started, you can still see the vibrant yellow colour, with perky petals. As the background is blurred it allows the audience to focus on the two flowers. However you can also see what is to come for these two flowers, as most of them in the background have decayed and lost all of their petals.

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