Cossington-Smith has balanced the work through the placement of the central focal point. Upon first observation, the focal point of the artwork is the wardrobe mirror. This focal point moves the attention of the observer from the interior of the room to the exterior surroundings. The mirror is the door of a wardrobe filled with blankets and clothing, spilling from the shelves. The background of the room contains a bookshelf, a chair covered with a throw rug and a woven rug lining the floor.
The colonnades floor is paved with terrazzo. The next area I enter is the Triclinium which is the main dining room and where guests were entertained. The gorgeous floor is inlaid stone and imitates the one found in the House of Deer in Herculaneum. The ceiling is arched with recessed panels. And illustrated with illusionist scenes with elements inspired by the House of the Fruit Orchard in Pompeii.
The benefits they offer are that a shoot umbrella has light aimed through the umbrella as with a softbox. While a bounce umbrella is that the light is aimed to the umbrella then bounces back towards the subject behind it. 7. Why is it important to use artificial lighting for most indoor portraits? It is important because it can create a soft light for baby pictures or different
The emphasis also on space is wonderful, the photograph making you feel like you are on a middle floor where you are able to look both up and down the interior of the building and the painting making you feel as though you could fall into an endless spiraling tunnel. The color is also similar in the two pieces, they both are yellow, and although the painting has red and blue in it, the brightness of the yellow catches my eye more, making it seem more yellow than red or
Another distinction between the two works is that of the throne. In Cimabue's painting, the throne sits upon a curved platform whereas in Giotto’s painting, there is an addition of a roof above the Madonna's head, as well as the fact that it is sitting on a flat platform. These two differences not only add depth to the painting, but they also cause the figure to appear be closer to the viewer, almost as if it is a three-dimensional artwork. Giotto's Mary is also more firmly attached to the ground, while Cimabue's Mary seems almost as if she is floating in space. Another difference between the two works is that Cimabue painted Mary and the angels with larger fingers and noses and he also used lines to define her clothing.
Positive energy cannot flow correctly through cramped rooms and can lead to feelings of extreme discomfort or stress. All rooms need an optic center point such as a large piece of furniture, which helps determine how a room will be perceived. Smaller rooms should be brightly colored and have dark colored furnishings to make them appear wider. (Castell, Oberfeld and Hecht 2014.) When there is more visual surface space, people have more positive responses towards the room.
The use of strobe lighting was very clever as it showed like a old film being played and the white flickering filter that was used within the pice. Due to the strobe lighting it also means we see like snapshots of them setting up the stage rather than them just running around the stage. Lighting throughout the play was used extremely effectively as sometimes it would represent the mood of characters and the weather and
Mirrors can reflect images of objects because light rays bounce off an object, travel in a straight line to a mirror, bounce off the mirror, and then travel to the eye of an observer. Refraction, the bending of light rays, occurs when light travels from one transparent substance to another. If you place a large bottle of water in front of a newsprint it makes the letters appear wider and larger, because it bends the light inward, making it appear to the eye that the light rays are coming from much wider print. Convex lenses are used in movie and slide projectors, and in eyeglasses for far-sighted people. A concave lens “caves in’ in the middle, so it is thin in the middle and thick on the outer edges.
Color is one of the first things you notice when you walk into a room. There are three main properties of a color, the hue, saturation, and brightness. Hue is the common name of a color that indicats its position in the visible spectrum or on the color wheel. Hue is determined by the specific wavelength of color in a ray of light. Saturation refers to the intensity, strength, or chroma in a color.