Moon Hill, China
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I like this photo of Moon Hill very much. It makes good use of more than one composition technique.
1.Rule of Thirds
The subject of Moon Hill is on the left and upper third of the entire photo. (Yellow lines)
The nearby trees are on the lower and right third of the entire photo. (Red lines)
There are three levels of short-range, medium-range and long-range in the photo. This not only enriches the content of the photos and brings a sense of hierarchy, but also highlights the magnificence of the Moon Hill scenery behind.
The sunlight behind the mountain radiates upwards to form rays of sunlight. At the same time, there is a gap on the left side of the nearby trees. Both of which can lead our sights to the main body of the photo - Moon Hill.