Transmission is when light waves move through a medium without getting absorbed. The quality of transmission of light decreases the thicker the lens, as well as the length if the wavelength. Some of the light the refracts of the lens causing the produced image to be faint. The larger the objective lens the more expensive they are, and for magnification you need a large lens, so is it cheaper to use a reflector
The character's community is expressed as innocent, honest and spotless. The children ride "on plodding horses," bearing the image of an innocent, simple life. The area is described as the ideal reality, "with symmetry, with nothing left to chance, no ragged edges, no unkempt vacant lots, no houses rendered unique by necessity and indifference." Meanwhile, the poorer neighbourhood paints an opposing image with the description of "a fragment of glass, a chocolate bar wrapper, a plastic horse, cracked sidewalks with ridges of stiff grass." The story creates a divergent description through the narration of the other side of town as a place with "phone booths and seedy looking grocery stores".
This piece is a good representation of Irwin's work, largely because it showcases her talent in bringing forth an image or scene without directly painting it on the canvas. This painting, showing a cloudy day, could take place at any time, in any place. Irwin's work often uses similar colors and scenery, but each is distinct from the others. Despite the lack of apparent foreground or background, one can clearly tell where the ground ends and the sky begins. The subtle use of unusual colors, pink and purple and lavender, in the ground and even more so in the sky, fills the viewer with a sense of contentment and
(39.8 cm), W: 12 1/16 in. (30.6 cm). The style of this painting is very unique. Frida laid down each stroke very firmly to build a simple, clear and crisp image. There are no virtuoso flourishes of the brush and the colours are as neatly contained within contours.
It’s seen in most of her poems, one, in particular, is Life Doesn’t Frighten Me. Written in free verse throughout the whole poem if looking at one line, in particular, it says “Life doesn 't frighten me at all Not at all Not at all” (Angelou). This line follows no specific pattern, yet it has a great impact. One is able to read it and understand it without a problem. When written in free verse, the ideas are able to flow together with no pressure on rhymes to tell the story.
They enhance the vividness of the scene and make it appear almost painted in the reader’s mind. Two pairs of contrasting colours dominate. The first two verses introduce the greenish blue of the pond and the complementary red of the villa. In view of the trimeter in the second and third verse, the first verse is most likely composed of two trochees framing a dactyl. It is, however, also possible to read a secondary stress on the second syllable of “meergrünen” and thus further emphasise the adjective, which compares the pond’s colour to the sea and adds depth and darkness to the image.
The pink terracotta in the background and its tints are also used in enhancing the facial features which establishes a literal relationship between the figure and the background. The dark hair and clothing form a drastic contrast but the treatment of the brush strokes around the figure and especially the figure form a connection between the two. There are a few irregular edges on the side of the clothing and the light highlights right next to them in the background provide enhancement and dimensionality to the figure. These qualities establish a clear spatial relationship between the figure and the background as
The French term ‘parfum’ means perfume in English and is synonymous with “fragrance” (L.5). While ‘rose petal’ denotes to a part of a rose and is a meronym of flower. The meaning of the expression is carried by sense, and interrelated with patterns of concurring words. In line three, “aroma” relates to “floral scents”
The background of the light blue sky is a negative space, emphasizing the statue of the white Buddha, which is a positive space that is one of the main focal points in the photograph. In addition, the color of the light blue sky is in contrast with the dark green trees and the dark brown incense pot, which also makes these two positive spaces more prominent in the photograph. However, the dark green trees also frame the photo, making not only the worshipers, but also the Buddha and the incense pot to be placed in the center of the photo. Also, the sun’s rays highlight the large, white Buddha statue, making it the most prominent feature in the photo. The light of the bright sun highlights the incense pot in the photograph; however, the incense pot is not as prominent as the Buddha statue.
If you look at the picture you can tell the rocks, water, and grass in the foreground of the picture seem to be darker, brighter and have more detail than the mountains and waterfall in the background of the picture. This allows the viewer to assume that the mountains and waterfall in the background of the picture are further away than the more colored and detailed part of the picture. Dickerson purposely achieved this idea using atmospheric perspective. When looking at Mountain waterfall the viewer can also assume that the mountains and beginning part of the waterfall are farther away because it looks higher up. Because the waterfall and mountains appear higher, the picture does not appear to be flat.
The way that the woman is painted in the cooler colors gives her the main focal point in the painting. When looking at the painting as a whole one can see that she has pale skin tones, a mint green dress with pattern details created by a more impasto type white paint. The dress has complementary colors of a pale pink skirt under the green overlay of her dress. The use of white roses and the white bird gives the painting itself the feel of a romantic type of painting. The image of the woman has a lighter background behind her that resembles an angel with an aura behind her.
After the branches had dried, I began on the cherry blossoms. Using stippling motions and a stiff brush, I painted on the cherry blossoms with a medium pink acrylic paint. After the medium pink, I used a dark pink and light pink acrylic paint to give variance and more visual interest to the blossoms. Taking regular printer paper and brown acrylic paint, I used broad, vertical strokes to make a wood texture for the background of my title. For the Japanese on my board, I used gold and brown acrylic paint to write it.
In the sky, there are lightly drawn white clouds. This child shows that she is in the preadolescent stage with the characteristic of realistic choices in detail, use of space, and anatomy. She shows this by using depth in the placement of the bridge and the tree. This is also shown because when looking at the picture in whole it represents a realistic landscape with the foreground, middle ground, and background. She also does not use a baseline, instead she connects the skyline to the green grass horizon to create distance in the background.
Butyl ethanoate has a fruity smell and can be described as a pear smell. Its molecular formula is CH3COOCH2CH2CH2CH3 and, like in this experiment can be produced from butanol and acetic acid. Butyl ethanoate is a colourless, flammable liquid which often is used in organic chemistry as a solvent. In industry, butyl ethanoate is used to manufacture lacquers, artificial leather, photographic films, plastics and safety glasses. Due it it’s fruity, pear odour it is used in flavouring and fragrance, however at extremely high concentrations butyl ethanoate is toxic