Exercise 103 – Daniel Torres-DiNottia

This image utilizes several compositional techniques, including the use of strong diagonals (in the mountain ridge and base), the use of the rule of thirds (the main focal point is about 1/3 of the way in from the left side of the image), has a heavy use of overlapping elements, and appears to be a composite, high density image. It can also be said to have a somewhat irregular pattern consisting of the highlighted ridges on the side of the mountain.

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Comments (3)

  1. I was intrigued by your photo initially by the texture and color of the ribs running down the side of the mountain. I think this is a really good example of diagonals and how they are able to pull the viewer’s eye in towards the far point of the mountain. Having the person in the photo also helps to add and give perspective to the size and scale of the mountain.

  2. This is a really interesting picture that really draws in the audience. There’s the use of diagonal and layers that draw the views from the foreground to the background. Also, since there’s a person on the mountain, it really shows the scale of the picture.

  3. What caught my attention about this picture was how it starts off with a bright green color and then as you look towards the back of the mountains it begins to turn darker. The detail and texture of the plants can be seen through the picture which also gives it a very interesting look. It’s a picture captured at a great time because of the sunlight which can be seen through the mountains.

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