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  1. Alex Halford 03/02/2016 at 10:40 am

    1) Panning – The camera is moved to keep the subject (aeroplane) in the centre of the frame. This has the result of blurring things closer to, and further away from, the camera.

    2) Natural (sun) light, coming at a low angle from right to left, towards the plane of the camera (i.e. diagonally across). Since the sun is low, it was taken either in the early morning or the evening, but the presence of a slight fog suggests it was more likely the morning.

    3) The rule of triangles (separated by the road running from bottom left to top right).

  2. Andreea Paciu 03/02/2016 at 11:27 am

    1. Panning (photographing a moving object, keeping it in focus by following it with camera throughout exposure, usually at low shutter speed depending on the speed of the subject)
    2. Natural light at golden hour (before sunset)
    3. Rule of triangles (most dominant), also leading lines (road leads the eye from bottom left corner)

  3. Rose 03/02/2016 at 3:35 pm

    1. Panning
    2. The golden hour, early morning
    3. Rule of thirds / leading lines / diagonals

  4. Windahl 03/02/2016 at 6:52 pm

    1. Panning
    2. Morning light, classic Dawn of Dead. It’s likely this was also during a zombie outbreak as well as there are no chem trails in the sky
    3. Leading lines and in black and white drama is added by strong contrasts and shadows. The central area is less busy which also draws the eye in.

  5. Dale 03/02/2016 at 7:40 pm

    1. Panning (focus is on the moving object blurring the rest of the scene)
    2. Golden hour – natural light, warm and soft. Probably near sunset/sunrise and the sun is low in the sky.
    3. Rule of thirds (I’m drawn to the building in the top left) and diagonals (everything is leading to the top right of the image).

  6. Margarita Belmes 03/02/2016 at 9:16 pm

    1. Panning
    2. Natural Light, probably sunrise because there is mist in the landscape.
    3. The golden rule of triangle.

  7. 1. Panning. 2. Natural continuous light softened by mist acting like a gigantic soft box. 3. Rule of thirds, triangles, diagonals and spirals. 03/02/2016 at 11:37 pm

    1. Panning. 2. Natural continuous light from single source (the sun) softened by mist which acts like a gigantic soft box. 3. Rule of thirds, diagonal, triangles and spirals.

  8. Cliff 05/02/2016 at 6:33 pm

    1. Panning, moving Camera horizontally with the subject
    2. Right side, Natural light maybe “golden hours”
    3. Triangles, Diagonals, Leading “S”

  9. Rokas 06/02/2016 at 9:18 am

    1. Panning
    2. Natural light at golden hour
    3. Rule of triangles

  10. Simon Ling 01/03/2016 at 10:21 pm

    1. Panning – slow shutter speed. To achieve this you pan your camera in time with the moving subject, while getting a relatively sharp subject the background is blurred.
    2. The golden hour – sometimes called the “magic hour”, is roughly the first hour of light after sunrise, and the last hour of light before sunset. During these times the sun is low in the sky (approx. 45 degrees), producing a soft, diffused light which is much more flattering.
    3. Golden Triangles – A compositional rule of thumb. The Golden-triangle rule generally applies to photos with diagonal lines. According to this rule the frame is divided in three triangles of different size. Lines – The curving -S- bend in the road helps brings the viewer’s eye into the image and helps the viewer to know where to look.

  11. Dominika 17/03/2016 at 1:05 pm

    1.) Panning
    2.) Sunlight at golden hour
    3.) The rule of triangles

  12. Giordana Sesini 17/03/2016 at 5:42 pm

    1. Capturing motion, or panning photography.

    2. Soft light, the fog softened the source of light coming from the sun.

    3. The Rule of Thirds, the building on the left is the main guide line, or subject, and allows our eyes to capture all the intersection points in this amazing picture.

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