Photography Under Consideration and All Aspects of Art and Visual Design

´╗┐Introduction
Photography has been applied in the need to complete information sharing and articulate the plot development in relaying stories. The need to present a, visual communicative, process has been involved in the desire to present the information within the visual process. Photography has been applied to relay a, vivid informative, process that complements the visual elements within the created form (Norton 1). Depending on the means applied to take photos and the medium applied in completing the final piece, the visual composition may vary from a medium to the next. Pictures have been applied in variable platforms to predict the outcome of an event and record memories for future reference. All aspects of art and visual design are included in an outstanding piece to give the picture form and definition. However, color may not be the leading element within the picture composition because forms devoid of the entity have managed to predict outstanding visual composition (Norton 1). To analyze a pictorial composition, the forms captured within the frame, direction and angle of shot can be analyzed to create the information desired to read the mood of the composition.
The photography under consideration has been taken in the wild with nature as the subject of the study. The six photos captured have been taken from a similar location and the time for the shoot fluctuates from variable periods. The first shot taken suggests that the photographer had been having a worms eye view with the towering trees and sky as the subject. The picture taken during the morning period presents an almost perfect balance of the captured features within the window frame. The lighting is minimal hence the ability to discern the forms and color of the trees.
The second picture presents an added subject within the composition with color an added form in the window frame. Unlike the first shot, the second picture is the normal eye view with a bird at a distance and a colorful plant. However, there is no balance within the setting as the forms appear scattered with the bird on the middle ground against a darker background setting.
The focus on the third shot is the image containing two birds on a lamp. The environment within the shot is much darker hence. the applications of artificial lighting in the camera flash. This is a zoomed view to bring the subject closer and observe the behavior of the birds. The two birds perching on the lamp achieve a symmetrical balance to accord visual stability.
The fourth shot lacks a center of attraction with the forms placed randomly. This is the basic shot of nature and against natural lighting. The fourth shot suggests that the photographer had been taking a random stroll in nature without planning on the subjects contained in each frame.
The fifth shot holds similarity to the third shot with the difference found in the subjects of the composition. Here, three birds more visible are perching on the lamp as compared to the two birds. Moreover, the shot captures the birds feeding within the lamp and the zoomed view identifies an extra bird behind the structure to accord four subjects.
The sixth shot focuses on a single subject with the emphasis placed on the bird. The picture aided by the artificial camera flash predicts the routine of the perching birds as they visit the farm. Although the bird appears to be wild, the farm has promised refuge to the displaced species of the green colored bird.
Conclusion
Photography has been included in recording events found within the lifestyle to reminisce on past functions. Without the entity, visual memories would fail to be recorded for reference on future engagements. The best images are those with more focus on the subject as compared to ordinary shots.
Work Cited
Norton, Boyd. The Art of Outdoor Photography: Techniques for the Advanced Amateur and
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