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Kayla Klein Photo Gallery

Rule of Third

In this picture above I use the rule of thirds rule that has a noticeable white fence. My focal point is the white fence in front of the flowers. The flowers and the fence takes up ⅔ of the photograph and ⅓ from the left of the picture. My secondary focal point is the colorful flower behind the white fence. I really like the coloring and the different shades of pink in the photo. I think there good contracts between the fence and the flowers.The picture has a good colors between the flowers.

Leading lines

Monochrome

In the photo above it has highlights in the flower between the petals and the texture of the flower looks rough with raindrops on the flower. The background has black tone in the background.I like that the flower show details on the petals and it has highlights between the petals.

Macro

In the photo above it has highlights in the flower between the petals and the texture of the flower looks smooth on the flower. The background has blurry tone in the background.I like that the flower has different shade of pinks in it.

Portraits

In this potrait i edited the background using the select color tool and the airbush in gimp. I also croped ⅓ of the photo out on the right side of the photo. I went around the person with the airbush tool to make the side looks darker on her and the arm of the chair. On the cusion on the side i color in the shadow using the color select tool and i edited out the shadow above the eye from her hair the same way.

Still Life

In this photo of my still life projects i cropped the photo at the bottom using GIMP cropping the ornament so it's ⅔ over on the right and the scissors tool. I also used the Burn tool to the green ornament to have a lighter color than i smudged the ornament and the background of the photo using the smudge tool. I cropped.

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