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Shadow. F16-> The background is not very blurry, it's a pretty good depth of field. SS1000-> Kids are frozen and not blurred.

Shadow. F16-> The background is not very blurry, it's a pretty good depth of field. SS1000-> Kids are frozen and not blurred.

This image uses the principle of contrast because the shadow is very dark and then on the other side it is a very light wall creating a contrast between light and dark.

This image uses the principle of contrast because the shadow is very dark and then on the other side it is a very light wall creating a contrast between light and dark.

yes.. its a bird silly... a parakeet what you want a peacock... not here.. we are the  understated, dynamic, loyal kind of bird ..

yes.. its a bird silly... a parakeet what you want a peacock... not here.. we are the understated, dynamic, loyal kind of bird ..

Uses the subject matter of a “News Maker” photograph, but has a more formal composition and artistic qualities.

Uses the subject matter of a “News Maker” photograph, but has a more formal composition and artistic qualities.

I don't know much about fashion but these are incredible photos. Matthieu Belin – Fashion Photography

I don't know much about fashion but these are incredible photos. Matthieu Belin – Fashion Photography

I think this photo is really interesting, I love how the shadow distorts the bike and person, making them look larger than thy really are.

I think this photo is really interesting, I love how the shadow distorts the bike and person, making them look larger than thy really are.

Renato Lainho – Paixão pelos skates | Cliente & Designer

GCSE & A Level Art Exam Paper: Help & Ideas

This is another one of Henri Cartier-Bresson images. (I can't find the name of this image)   This image uses a similar technique to HCB other image (Gare Saint Lazare) the fast shutter speed, the silhouetted figure and the reflective surface.  This is why I incorporated this image into my Pinterest. I like the bright tone of the bricks that are around the water, because it makes the water stand out every more making it look more important.

This is another one of Henri Cartier-Bresson images. (I can't find the name of this image) This image uses a similar technique to HCB other image (Gare Saint Lazare) the fast shutter speed, the silhouetted figure and the reflective surface. This is why I incorporated this image into my Pinterest. I like the bright tone of the bricks that are around the water, because it makes the water stand out every more making it look more important.