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Leading Lines Homework: This homework has showed me that leading lines helps viewers of photography go to the focus subject. In my backpack photo the floor of the room helps viewers focus on the subject. The floor was perfect for leading lines because it goes straight to the main topic. The highway picture was perfect for leading lines because the road lines goes straight to the focus subject, the cars. The leading Lines have helped me take photography because it helped the photo have a main focal point.

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Rule of Thirds Homework: This homework I really enjoyed because I got a different perspective on how to take photos. I went on the ski trip this weekend and took a picture with my friend and realized when doing this assignment that it was using the rule of thirds. When taking pictures the rule of thirds makes it look more appealing and less boring. I took the bottom three in the rule of thirds and it looked so good. Then I was curious and took pictures with the focus object in the middle and realized it was not as visualizing appealing and it was boring. This homework assignment has helped me take photos in a better perspective.

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Homework: I took a photo of a tissue box from three different angles. I took the photos from a side angle, an above angle and a below angle. My favorite angle was the below angle and the above angle because it gives a different view and look at the tissue box. The below angle gives the affect of the tissue box being big and tall and the above angle gives the view of what it would look like when you are looking down on it. The side angle is ok but when you take a picture from a different angle besides a front and side it gives more affect and makes the photograph better. I really liked this assignment because it shows me that when taking a photograph there are many points of view to take them from.

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