1. lighting remain consistent, gives a great deal of light, and can be controlled and adjusted and continuous light has several drawbacks the lights heat up and another is that the lights aren´t balanced with the daylight it needs to adjusted to the white balance to correct the colors. 2. How can the time of day affect an outdoor photograph? The time of the day affects outdoor photography because the weather may interfere with the type of photograph you want to capture. The natural lighting creates a great photographs.
If the picture wasn’t tampered with then the stars would not be visible because of the brightness of the lighthouse. However, he brings them out because one of the qualities was peace, and the stars represent it. In our culture wishing on a star especially a shooting one isn’t uncommon which makes stars lucky. That’s why the photographer photoshopped the picture so you can see these lucky things, especially since they’re next to a “guiding” lighthouse. The lighthouse and stars are two common traits going well together lucky and guiding.
Spring Marsh has straight controlled lines and irregular lines reflecting the wildness of nature, while one the other hand, the curved line of the creek implies calmness and has a softness to it despite the rough texture (DeWitte, Larmann and Shields 2012). Also the lines in the creek move upward to not imply the movement of the water, but the reflection from the sun. Contrary Kruzell’s Square is almost entirely composed of straight and regular lines. The stem of the statue is a thick line with horizontal cuts through it, thus in this piece there are even lines within the lines. While shape is mostly defined by lines, shapes can be suggested by change in color or value (DeWitte, Larmann and Shields 2012).
Because of sunlight exposure, the south side of A-mountain is expected to have more plant life versus the north side, where there is significantly less sunlight exposure. Materials & Methods: Two groups were present, each responsible for certain sections of the mountain on both the north and south side. Each group had measuring tape, and 5 meters of string. The belt transect method was used to sample both sides of the mountains. Both north and south sides of the mountain were sampled at low and high points of elevation for the amount of plant species present.
This was a very good example of how habitats change from a low elevation to a high elevation, even if the elevation is only a few feet in difference. It was neat to see the very abrupt habitat changes during the walk. I know typically determining the change from one habitat to another can be difficult sue to the overlap in canopy and understory species but in this case they seemed very well defined and easy to point out. This area and the habitats contained within were dramatically different than the Disney Wildlife Preserve even though many of the same species existed on both sites. Some interesting observations during the trip forced me to search for the answers such as the bubbles on the juvenile sand pine trees.
Art is also able to make something unique through pay attention in creating abstract meanings of products. Henri Matisse, a painter, thinks the happiness is sheer and pure; it is a human right through his painting which is named Le Bonheur de Vivre. Comparing to the modes of movie, music and speech, this painting focus on using the color and simple lines to explain his happiness is. For example, this painting uses the warm color to draw all the subjects in the painting, such as trees, grounds, sky, and ocean (Matisse). Usually, people thinks warm color stands for happiness and cold color stands for happiness.so through the warm color used in the painting, the whole sense will give people a feeling of comfortable and happiness.
The usage of visual imagery can go a long way. Imagery helps portray the scenery; however it also helps portray the characteristics of the speaker, Judd. For an insistence, “Fast flowing clear water, shallow, shale beneath, and lots of leaves. Sky the color of lead and the light mostly drained so I couldn’t see my face only the dark shape of a head that could be anybody’s head”. Right now the scenery is peaceful because Judd is just watching the water but unable to see the face reflecting in the water.
Today something amazing happened. Nature opened my eyes, dusted the dirt off my pants, and kissed me on the cheek, all with one breath. The sensation was beyond beautiful. It was afternoon and the sun was just beginning to set. The clouds were there dancing in the blue sky, but they were faint.
Adversaries contend that there might not be enough paths for someone who doesn’t know where to go; notwithstanding this perception because there are a lot more paths and ropes for the climbers making a lot safer than it was fifty years ago. Hence, having safer and less treacherous paths is the second reason people do have the right to rescue services when they put themselves at risk