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Ethan Staggs Photography 1

Edited Rule of Thirds I used rule of thirds in is image because the leaf is in the left hand corner. Then I try to get your eyes to lead to water. As your looking at the water your eyes will glance at the rocks, then it will lead back to the leaf. The focus point of this image is the leaf. I like the color of the leaf it makes it stand out of the image.
Edited Marco I used Marco in is image because the zoomed in on the water. Then I try to get your eyes to lead to water. As your looking at the water your eyes will glance at the rocks, then it will lead back to the water which leads to the pole. The focus point of this image is the leaf. I like the color of the water it makes it stand out of the image.
Leading Lines I used Leading Lines in is image because the slide is in the center of the image and it fades away in the image and it gets smaller.Then I try to get your eyes to lead to to the persons head to show that the image is getting smaller. As your looking at the person’s head your eyes will glance at the the sky, then it will lead your eyes to the tree and then back to the slide. The focus point of this image is the slides. I like the color of the slides it makes it stand out of the image.
My favorite image was the one with the american flag for the background. I used the eraser tool in the image to put the background behind Logan. I used the burn tool to make the leftover green dark. I also used the smudge tool to make the green darker while also using the burn tool. I used the highlight tool to make the white in the flag popout.
Still Life The pick I chose was the old truck. I used the clone tool to make the background black. I used the sparken tool to make the image of the truck pop out. Then I the reason I use the black background was to make the white truck standout.

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