Composition Rules By: abby carroll

Savanna being on the left side of the frame makes the picture rule of thirds.
This photo represents repetition, because of the repeating lines of water.
This picture is for angle, because I captured a low angle of the clock.
This picture is filling the frame, this picture works because the whole mask takes up the entire picture.
This picture represents framing because the door frame frames around Brooke.
This picture represents leading lines because the people are lined next to each other and also create lines with their arms.
This picture represents selective focus because the camera is focusing only on Savanna.
This picture is the cropping of body parts error, because you can see that Savanna's legs are cut from the picture.
This picture is the Bright spots error, because the bright spot creates a glare.

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