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IntroductionThe images provided are from The River by Libby Hathorn illustrator by Stanley Wong In each of my image i will be explaining all the techniques in all the images The images contribute to conveying mood ideas and issues in a story the use of techniquesImage 1When your conveying the mood ideas and issue in the story it helps if you use the visual techniques In the first image the techniques are shown the first technique is reading path when your reading you would go left corner and then straight to the bottom the reading in the first image is top left corner to right and to the bottom The second technique is colour in the image there are warm colours not bright or dark coloursso the colours represent a normal day The third technique is gaze the girl in the image looks really focused and knows what she is doing The fourth visual technique is point of view its showing us has fast she is running and what she is doing and doing and how far she has been runningImage 2In the story it helps if you use the visual Technique to show the mood ideas and issue The first visual technique is salience the important or noticeable is the people in the image what they are doing because its the main thing in the image and its anyways the important in the image The second visual technique is colour the colours in the image is a warm colour because i dont see that its raining or windy or hot and it looks normalImage 3To find the visual techniques for mood ideas and issue you should use the techniques The first visual technique is salience because the girl in the image looks emotional she looks like she is closing her eyes tight and her face looks red The second visual technique is reading path because in this image there is text you would read
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