quality of light/ composition

This is an example of a rule of thirds composition because the bird is not in the middle, and lines up with an intersection point.

This was taken with diffused lighting, its a very soft photo with almost no shadows.

This is an example of rule of thirds because the violin is is off to the right, right where the 3×3 lines are.

This was taken with diffused light, you can tell because of the soft shadows.

 

This is an example of symmetry because the moon would be symmetrical if you were to cut it in half.

This is a silhouette because the clouds are silhouetted by the moons reflected light.

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This is an example of symmetry because the two feet balance it out.

This was taken with diffused light because of the soft shadows.

 

This is an example of asymmetry because the sea and the land are different, but balance the photo out.

This was taken with direct light because of the dark shadows on the land.

 

This is an example of asymmetry because the shoe and plant are different but they balance the picture.

This was taken with diffused light because of the soft edged shadows.

Rule of Thirds & Balance (Comp1)

A: 16 because i posted the required number of photos that followed the guidelines.

Q: 20 because i spent a while trying to edit the photos.

C: 16 because all the photos follow at least one compositional element.

CC: 20 because i feel i understood the assignment well.

Quality of light

This was taken with direct light. You can tell because of the harsh shadow under the animal.

This was taken in direct light. You can tell because of the deep, sharp shadows on the underside of the flower petals.

This was taken with diffused light. You can tell because of the soft shadows of the pier and fog.

This was taken with diffused light. You can tell because of the softer shadows under the rocks.

This is a silhouette. You can tell because of the bright light behind the subject that blocks out any details on the subject.

This is a silhouette. You can tell because the dragonfly is blacked out from the sun behind it being too bright.