In my first picture of something in motion, I did not leave enough space in front of the dog to create the illusion of her running in the backyard, whereas in motion 2, you can see the black car moving forward, and the smaller cars on the left coming toward the viewer to create the illusion of movement.
In my first portrait, you can see the hidden edge of the pipe going through Chinaza's head, whereas in the second photo, Samia's left eye (from the viewers perspective) is on the top left rule of thirds.
In Landscape 1 you can see the trees on the left cut into the top third of the photograph, whereas in Landscape 2, you can see the trees are aligned in the center of the picture.
Makenzie Davis I am a student at Vernon Malone College and Career Academy.This is my blog where I will be posting assignments from my Art & Design class. Art is my favorite hobby, and I would like to make a job out of it.