Portrait Project JOnathan Bell

This photo was taken outside in natural lighting. As you may have noticed i used bird's eye view.
This picture was taken away from the wall. I also used rule of thirds in this picture instead of putting her in the center.
This picture was taken on the wall. It also uses rules of thirds by me putting him in the left side and the blue jay on the right.
This picture was taken with out flash. The picture using framing and i tried to use rule of thirds.
This picture was taken with flash. The picture using framing and i tried to use rule of thirds.
This picture was taken with natural lighting, it had a bit too much light. Also includes center of interest.
This picture using the person's environment. It uses the environment because we are in a bully free school.
This picture was taken outside as an option picture. It uses a worm's eye view to get the blue jay in the picture and him.
This picture was taken away from the wall. It also uses depth perception in the picture to focus on the three people instead of the ones in the back.
This picture was taken against the wall. It also uses leading lines.

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