This photo was taken at ANZAC Hill of the pathway/ground when you walk up the stairs towards the top of the hill. I like this photo because of the different shapes except the photo isn’t as interesting to look at like the others. Improvements that could be made such as taking the photo from a different angle like from a bugs vantage point it would of made the photo a little bit more interesting.
The photo was taken at the Telegraph Station. I took the photo by placing my camera on top of the branch so it was sitting above it, this allowed me to get an angle that would help capture the rough texture from the bark peeling off from the branch. The background such as the rocks and the colour green from the grass and the trees adds to the photo making it more appealing to the eye. The photo uses natural lighting.
The photo is of a tree at the Telegraph Station. The photo is good because the photo focuses on a tree that has been cut off; the background is slightly blurred making the eye to focus on the tree. The texture of the photo is the most important aspect because without it the photo would look plain and ordinary. The texture on the outside looks rough and the inside looks smooth. The photo could be improve if I had zoom out a bit so I could fit more of the background.
The photo is of a tree branch found at the Telegraph Station. The photo turned out well because the tree branch isn’t smooth and the texture gives the photo an interesting aspect to look at as you can see the unevenness of the tree such as the folds. The photo uses natural lighting, the light shines onto the branch. I also like the way you can see a glimpse of the background because it makes it more interesting than if the branch were to take up the whole photo.
Photo of tree stump at the Telegraph Station. The photo uses the rule of thirds because the stump isn’t placed directly in the centre but more towards the left hand side, this allows the background to be seen. However, I intended for the background to be blurry as I wanted all the attention on the tree stump because of its texture.
This photo was taken at the Todd Mall. This photo is good as I used the tree to frame the subject of the photo which was the Red Ochre Grill. I liked how the red gates add some colour to the photo as well as the green from the trees. The photo could be improved if I fill in the space at the bottom left hand corner as it looks really empty and I could of used this space to frame more of the Red Ochre Grill. Also, I would of liked if you could see the texture of the tree branches.
This photo was taken at the Todd Mall of a church. The photo turned out well as the tree on the left frames the picture as well as branches of leaves that fall over the top. The branch is not in focus so that the eye is drawn towards the church. An improvement that could be made would be if I took the photo from a lower angle so that the cross on the church could be seen clearly as in the photo the branches are in the way of the cross.
This rock at Simpsons Gap is interesting because the colours shown on the rock makes the photo interesting to look at because the bottom of the rock starts out darker than becomes lighter and lighter as it reaches the top. Also, the texture adds to the photo because it makes it more appealing to the eye than if the rock was smooth. The photo is good but I could improve by trying to experiment by taking the photo form different angles.
The photo is of a tree taken at Simpsons Gap. The photo is attention grabbing because the eye is drawn to the contrasting colours present in the photo. The green colour contrasts against the reddish browns on the tree. The green looks cool while the reddish brown colour looks hot The shadow adds depth as the natural light shines through from the left creating a shadow on the right. Also, the texture present in the photo is so clear, that you can almost feel the tree bark.
The photo was taken at ANZAC Hill. The photo turned out well because it was taken from a bug vantage point, I did this by getting down really low on the ground, the focus of the photo starts out blurry then becomes clearer leading the eye to look up to where the stairs lead to. This photo could have been better if I had chosen to pick a better spot to take this photo.