Elements of Design BY ERIC KAMANGA

It shows symmetry, the size of the object has was increased, while the background was blurred to make the butterfly the most important thing on the picture.
This flower is asymmetrical because it can't be cut in half and fit each other.
This flower has been designed with repetition to make a branch have all its leaves look the way it does.
In this picture the proximity helps us focus on the plants behind the bottle.
This picture uses symmetry to make the picture look as good as it does.
This flower is a example of radial balance because it started in the middle and spread out..
This photo uses negative space to make the viewer focus on the spider.
This photo shows rule of thirds because it has the bug at the left corner.

This shows contrast because the flower is the only change in colour and it is brighter than everything in this picture.

Credits:

Created with images by esiul - "insect nature live" • Kristina_Servant - "Nature" • Ricardo's Photography (Thanks to all the fans!!!) - "_DSC0653" • Alexas_Fotos - "lavender bottle plant" • Krzysiek - "swan bird nature" • Muffet - "dandelion squircle" • Nikiko - "spider cobweb network" • Leshaines123 - "Flower and Bug #dailyshoot #flowers" • fishhawk - "Contrast"

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