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What is an image What composes an image In the following paragraphs we are going to talk about the definition of an image and discuss how the particular image chosen employs elements such as composition colour camera angles frames and emotional impact An image is something we see and something that has emotional impact on the viewer according to their personal experiences According to the Merriam-Websters Collegiate Dictionary an image means a tangible or visible representation a vivid or graphic representation or description An image must be composed in a frame by putting the camera shots in the right angles so it makes attractive shapes The chosen image is a black and white photograph of a site within a city There is a bridge in the back between two rows of buildings there are people cars and carriages on the street the weather seems to be sunny because there is a clear contrast of around the shadows the era is unclear because of the style of the buildings and the carriages and the cars belong to the 19th century but the style of the bridge and the buildings behind it belong to the 20th centuries This is clear that this photograph has been modified by a computer by software like Adobe Photoshop to combined two images of different time period together into one image The image is attention grabbing because of its unbalanced composition The camera was panning to the right to push the vanishing point to the left leaving the right row of the building larger than the left row thus create a feeling that the right side of the image is heavier than the left side The vanishing point of the foreground image is going to the left but the direction the bridge in the background goes to the right because of the different angles it gives a feeling that the image is curved The bridge is
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