In this slideshow, the first one shown is Double Exposure, the second one is Black and White, the third one is Sepia, the fourth one is Emphasis, the fifth one is Silhouette , and the last one is Boat-n-hand. In the Double Exposure shot, the Rule of Thirds can apply in some ways. The glasses, are on the horizon line (kind of) and can be a point of interest. I intentionally placed it in the center but on horizon line so it will be noticed easier. I made the glasses easier to see though so it looked like it had its own background, Sunglasses! On the Black and white you notice the girl first because she is on a line of the thirds. If you change color the picture can change, varying from a mood change to a different one. For sepia its the same but the colors are different so it looks older.
For the fourth one I decided not to put the emphasis on a point of rule of thirds, I put it beside it on the girl. On the silhouette the man is on a line of thirds, a point. The silhouette shadows the person but makes other things lighter. On the last, but not least, the boat-n-hand, they make the kid look like a small small human on a rocky thing, but, he really is just far away and angled right to make it look like he is on the rocky thing.
My name is Madison Sutton.
I have one dog and two cats.
I love to draw and read Fanfiction. Some times I go outside but its rare for me to do so.