Wednesday, 2 March 2011

The relationship between points

Here I took photos of 2 prominent buildings from different viewpoints.

Image 1

Image 2

Image 3

Image 1: Both buildings are at a slight angle.  The white building takes up a little more of the composition, though both buildings look around the same size. This is the most pleasing composition to the eye.

Image 2: Here the white building is larger and the church appears in the distance.  It looks like the church is a smaller detail in the composition.

Image 3: Both buildings are face on, and it is far less appealing.  It makes the composition look flat and uninteresting.

Extreme close-up of eyes

As described in the Exercise this has an unresolved feel to it, it is quite un-nerving!

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