Good photographs in school.
I love this photograph. I had chosen a worms eye view to take this image which makes it strong. Also, by only making the tree bark in focus it makes the photo more interesting as there is a blur of green at the top along with a strong colour of white which looks quite vibrant.
I love the way that you cannot see the actual lamp-post in the top of the picture but it is reflected in the puddle with the colours of the gloomy clouds in the sky. The lamp-post is also on a power spot in the reflection which makes the photograph looks stronger.
I love the bright colours of the flowers on this photograph as well as the fact that they are on a power spot. I used a shutter speed of around 1/125 from using the camera hand held. The photograph is an eye level shot.
I like this photograph as the colour of the orange just pops out of the dark, natural background. Also the orange is sat on a power spot which makes it looks stronger than it would if it was in the centre of the photograph. The way in which the plant is drooping over the mid-section of the orange gives it a planetary look.
This photograph is taken at a high angle. The green and yellow bottles work well together to add a pop of colour. I edited it on my Ipad and made the picture sharper.
I like the way in which the bars go on in the distance instead of just taking a boring picture of 1. It makes the image more different. This photograph is a eye level shot. Lastly I like that this picture is on a angle and not just a straight picture. Although, I think I could have made the image a little bit stronger by changing the depth of field from a large one to a small depth of field.
The weaker photographs in school.
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I like the way in which 'Santa' looks as if he is climbing up a magical, sparkling ladder. The colours reflect Christmas well. Santa is also stood on a power spot!
The reflection of Santa in the mirror is very strong, the reflection is on a power spot whereas the actual figure isn't. He looks as if he is surrounded by jewels or wrapped up presents in his fascinating toy factory! But, I should have changed the aperture to make the photograph brighter.
The decorations reflecting in ball-ball gives of a warm, seasonal feeling. This picture is very clear of the season it was taken in. The colours work well together. It works well as most of the beaded decorations are too one side kind of on a power spot, instead of them all being piled up in the centre.
The Christmas light in the background is pretty and gives of a brighter affect than just the traditional red, greens and gold etc. Santa is stood on a present he could be delivering, or, he could be lost in a forest of decorations. I like that only the front of the picture is in focus too stop the light overpowering the photograph.
I love this photograph.The Christmas tree's lights work well with the ball-balls as the edges are slightly touched with light it doesn't look to 'much'. The photo looks as if it is very dark(which it was we turned of the lights), therefore the picture wouldn't be the same without the cold glow of the lights. The colour of the lights looks very 'Christmassy' and chilly.