Here is a link to the picture that will be analyzed:
General questions to help you analyze your image:
Do the figures share the space evenly, or does one figure overpower another, taking most of the space or light?
Are the figures harmoniously related, perhaps by a similar stance or shared action? Or are they opposed, perhaps by diagonals thrusting at each other?
In a landscape, what is the relation between humans and nature [if there are humans in the picture]?
If the picture is a portrait, how do the furnishings and the background and the angle of the head or the posture of the head and body contribute to the sense of the person portrayed?
What is the effect of light in the picture?
Use the following categories as a way to analyze your image.
Questions to consider: What does the picture show? If there are people in the picture, what are they doing? What do their facial expressions suggest? Where are these people: in a room, a street, an open landscape? What objects surround them? What might be the relationship between these people and their surroundings?
Look for vertical (assertive), horizontal (contemplative), and diagonal (dynamic) lines in the image to see what effect these have on the viewer.
Consider patterns of lines to see the effect of these (perhaps lines created by nature or those created by human beings).
Look for organic (rounded, no sharp edges) or geometric (straight edges and precise angles) shapes.
This refers to tone, the distribution of brightness or darkness (especially in black-and-white photographs).
Questions to consider: What parts of the picture are highlighted? What parts recede? What parts appear round or flat? Where do you see contrasts between dark and light? Basically, you are considering how the artist has used light.
Look for color patterns and effective contrast. Consider the emotional effects of the color palette the artist uses. Consider the symbolism of color.
How do the objects appear–smooth or rough? (Texture refers to how something might feel if we touched it.)
Consider the overall arrangement of objects in the image.
Find the focal point of the image.
How does the artist balance the image?
Consider how objects are arranged around the focal point
effect of the image on the viewer
What is the emotional appeal (human interest) of the image? Why do you like it?
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