Jack Bowser Period 7
This picture is a good example of structure. The focal point being the horizon and the pier acting as a leading line toward the horizon.
This picture is a good example of contrast. The focal point being the people struggling, they are the brightest point of the picture which attracts your eye.
This picture is an example of complimentary colors. The focal point being the carnival itself, the blue dresses and such are complimentary to the orange clay ground.
This picture is an example of rule of odds. The focal point being the "high and mighty" person in the middle, the 2 people surrounding her make this picture a little more comforting to the eye
This is an example of the rule of space. The focal point is the person leaping towards the object in motion, the rule of space is applied here because that object is blurred you think its in motion
This is an example of the rule of thirds. The focal point being the man screaming. He is slightly below and to the left of the center.
This is an example of simplification. The focal point is Mr. Lodge and the picture only contains Mr. Lodge and nothing else.
This is an example of limiting focus. The focal point being the disco ball, and the only thing in focus is the disco ball.
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The J. Paul Getty Museum
The Munch Museum, Oslo
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
Instituto Moreira Salles
Museo di Roma
Museum of Street Art
Royal Palace Amsterdam
Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery
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