Saturday, December 7, 2013

Hulme Leading Lines

I think this is a good example of leading lines because as you follow the trees back you see the house. You can also follow the road marks back to see the house. The fence post may also point you to the house. This picture applies the rule of thirds by having the house at the top of the picture and the trees to the side. The subject and story that it has is that you feel secluded by the trees when you are in the house. They hide and protect you when needed.

I think this is another good example of leading lines because the road keeps your eyes going until you cant see the road no more. The road is curvy and keeps your eye moving in the picture. This picture follows the rule of thirds because the road is on the left side and the mountains are towards the top. The subject and story of this picture is that as you follow the road back you may never be sure where it leads you to. The curves keep you guessing as to where you are headed. 

Charlotte and Taylor helped me decide which pictures I should use. 

Hulme Rule of Thirds

I think that this photo demonstrates the rule of thirds because the tree in the front is on the right side along with the barn. The road also follows the rule of thirds as it disappears down the hill. The subject of this photo is the trees and how they protect the barn. They stand firm in front of the barn.


I think this photo demonstrates the rule of thirds because the metal can is off to the left. The roof of the barn also lands on the rule of thirds line. The subject of this photo is the metal can and how well used it was.

Charlotte and Taylor gave me input on my photos.

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Hulme Photo Subject

This photo has a clear subject because it is focusing on the tractor. I think it tells a story of how hard work pays off. This tractor is not new, it has been used often and for a while.





I asked Charlotte and Taylor for their opinions on the photos. Yes you can use them as examples.










This photo has a clear subject because it shows how happy
 and excited people are. It shows the joy they have even though
it snowed. I do think this photo could use some improvement
though.