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Photo Observation 12

 

1.)Image taken from  http://fransxavegatra.blogspot.com/2010/12/history-made-eiffel-tower.html

2.) Large

3.) I really liked this image of the Eiffel Tower because the light doesn’t accentuate the size of the tower, but instead minimized it. Instead, the size of the fountains is emphasized and made to look much larger than ther are@ In fact, they look almost as big as the tower itself! I looked this and though it beautiful and interesting!

1.)Image taken from  http://fransxavegatra.blogspot.com/2010/12/history-made-eiffel-tower.html

2.) Large

3.) I really liked this image of the Eiffel Tower because the light doesn’t accentuate the size of the tower, but instead minimized it. Instead, the size of the fountains is emphasized and made to look much larger than ther are@ In fact, they look almost as big as the tower itself! I looked this and though it beautiful and interesting!

Photo Observation:

What, Where: a shadow on the floor from the sun.

Theme: Large

Description: This picture depicts a large lighting moment in its shadows. In it the photographers normal sized body is stretched to make a abnormally large shadow on the floor. This makes a impressive illusion and gives a distorted perception.

Photo Observation


Photo Found On: reddit.com

3) THEME: Large

4) DESCRIPTION: Admittedly, a large (no pun intended) part of the bigness created in this picture is due to the angle. However, the lighting really helps. The person in this image is more lit than the ceiling; if it’s not because flash was used than there was front lighting. The way the lighting illuminates his neck almost the same as his face helps to create the illusion that his face and neck are the same surface, as opposed to being at different levels as the actually are. The shadows on the right side of the picture also help make the subject seem larger than life; he stretches beyond where light can reach him.

 

Photo Observation: Large

Source:  http://homeimprovement.resourcesforattorneys.com/comments.php?y=08&m=06&entry=entry080624-215618

Theme:  Large

The way this bathroom is lit and colored makes it look bigger and more spacious than it actually is.  The light from above makes the ceiling seem higher when the light also is reflected off of the white tile floor.  The fixtures in the room are fairly small which also helps the room look larger.  The way the light reflects off the curved edge of the bath tub makes the tub look longer than it is as well.

Photo Observation 12 ish

1.)Image taken from  http://fransxavegatra.blogspot.com/2010/12/history-made-eiffel-tower.html

2.) Large

3.) I really liked this image of the Eiffel Tower because the light doesn’t accentuate the size of the tower, but instead minimized it. Instead, the size of the fountains is emphasized and made to look much larger than ther are@ In fact, they look almost as big as the tower itself! I looked this and though it beautiful and interesting!

Large Photo Observation

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2) http://universe-beauty.com/albums/hubble/shadow-opportunity-big.jpg

I think this is just a site that has nice space wallpapers. High performance photo gallery.

3) Large Photo

4) This photo appears to be from a rover of some sort-on mars or the moon or something, I’m not sure. For one, the shadow makes the rover look huge, I think it looks like the shadow of a massive robot on the landscape. Then the strange way the light strikes the mountain range in the back makes you unsure how big they are. The perspective and odd shadows of the photo could be shifting them to look massive when in reality they could be small. The whole photo appears to have a strange distorted size feature about it.

 

Opposite to large is this cool photo style, called tilt shift

Photo Observation Devin Gee

2) This is a picture I took while I was in the city about a year ago and it is of Rockefeller Center.

3) Theme: Large

4) The lighting in this picture depicts largeness because of the way is fades out.  The angle of the picture helps but it really comes down to the fact that the light fades as you go to the top of the picture and this creates the illusion that the building continues on and is really much larger than it appears.  This type of lighting makes the building look limitless and very large in size because we cant see the whole building so our minds have to fill in the rest and therefore it creates the idea that the building is much larger than it really is.