This is an example of worms eye view, it makes the subject look stronger/bigger.
This is an example of birds eye view, it makes the subject look smaller/weaker.
Eye level is the least interesting perspective because we are already used to seeing things at this perspective, and cha ginghams it up makes your photograph more interesting.
You should not photograph in the no go zones. You should be respectful towards school property.
These are both symmetric pictures, they are both soft lit pictures.
These pictures are examples of rule of thirds, they are both soft lit as well.
These pictures are examples of asymmetrical balance, they are soft lit as well.
These two images are examples of Rule of thirds, both subjects line up with an imaginary grid.
These Images are both lit by soft light.
Both these images are examples of symmetry, both images are balanced by having two subjects on each side.
These images are also lit by soft lights, there aren’t any harsh lights or shadows.
These images are examples of asymmetrical balance, the subjects aren’t necessarily the same thing but the subjects are evenly balanced through the picture.
Both images are also lit by soft light.
These pics are an example of a silhoutte because of the objects are blocking the sunlight crating a black effect.
These are an example of Hard Light because the model is in direct sunlight, plus there are hard shadows.
These are an example of soft light because the model is in the shade, the shadows are soft and don’t have hard edges.
Hard Light- Both images have direct sunlight that is not blocked by anything and both shadows have hard edges.
Silhouettes- Both images have lighting from the back and the subjects appear to be black.
Soft Light- Both image’s light is diffused by clouds, also the shadows in both images the shadow’s edges have soft edges