6. Why do photographers use umbrellas? What benefits do they offer? The photographers use umbrellas to create a light bigger when it flashes. The benefits they offer are that a shoot umbrella has light aimed through the umbrella as with a softbox.
Renoir makes the trees and party decorations in the background stand out easily by painting in light colors such as white, blue, and green and having them contrast beautifully with the dark clothing of the people. The sunlight is also contrasted with the clothing, almost making it so that the viewer can picture the ambience at that moment. The third painting, La Promenade, painted by Claude Monet, is one of the most famous Impressionist paintings of this time period. Only blue, green, brown and other natural colors are used in this entire painting, giving the viewer’s a feeling of quietness and comfortableness. Also, the lady with the umbrella occupies most of the space of the canvas, signaling that she is the main focus of the work.
The Slave Ship vs. Impression: Sunrise The Slave Ship by JMW Turner and Impression: Sunrise by Claude Monet share many similarities. Yet, they also have very noticeable differences. Both artists use the water as their main themes, but the way they use delivers contrasting messages. In addition, they both use oil paint as the art media.
Another similarity is value of the sky and the foreground. Although the sky in the photograph is white, the photograph fades, becoming lighter as it trails off into the distance. The painting has a very dark sky, but like the photograph, the color gets lighter as the painting gets farther into the
Instead of absorbing the sight of the birds as a human who is simply moved by the beauty of nature, Audubon counts the birds and sees them as dots in the sky as opposed to just enjoying them. Dillard, on the other hand, describes the birds from a humanistic point of view, revealing how the birds, “gathered, deep in the distance... transparent and whirling, like smoke,” (4-5). This observation contrasts Audubon’s description by comparing the birds to whirling smoke, Dillard illustrates for the reader, “out of the dimming sky a speck appeared…” (1). Dillard does not count the birds, but takes into account their marvelous being, observing the birds as, “intricate and rushing,
﻿Robert Mullner The soft focus of the photograph and the solidity colour of the rocks with the calm colours of the sunset intrigues me. I admire the fact usage of the mood that is being presented which is a calm mood. The significance this photograph has on me is how it is such a natural photo being made into a beautiful landscape photo Ozlay The digital composition of this photograph make the time being experienced seem vintage. The red tones in it create a feeling of summer and its festives. The disrupted focus is intriguing as it creates more creativity to the close-up shot of the Esky.
In both Henri Matisse’s Le Bonheur de Vivre (The Joy of Life) and Vasily Kandinsky’s Sketch I for “Composition VII” the artists use similar techniques/styles in color, but use different techniques when it comes to brushstroke, line, and spacing. Both are outstanding works of art that reflect not only modernism but also the artistic movements that encompass them. They are also more different than alike. Matisse and Kandinsky both use a vibrant color pallet in their paintings, with rich primary colors, and some hints of other rich secondary (and a few tertiary) colors. The colors are used to show different forms and they draw the eye around the paintings.
It changes the scale of scene. This photo also displays a focal point where the sun is shining the light. It makes it stand out compared to the other rocks. In the second picture, the photographer point of view of the picture was at a lower angle. When I took my picture, I was at higher level which gave the picture a different angle.
In comparing Cimabue’s Madonna Enthroned with Angels and Prophets and Giotto’s Madonna Enthroned, the artists’ main idea of painting Mary enthroned is same, however the form used for the subject matter differs. The most important thing to note is that both artists paint with a Gothic and Byzantine style with their characteristics of a gold background and noticeable halos. When contrasting these two pieces of art, the main difference is the placement of the figures in each painting. In Cimabue’s painting, the angels are depicted around the throne with each row at different levels. This causes the angels to appear as if they are stacked on top of one another, unlike Giotto’s painting.
His paintings reveal his emotions and sensations and are expressionist in nature. His paintings project him opening his heart and soul and releasing his deepest feelings through images which are intended to embrace the observer. Van Gogh painted several series of sunflowers. The example that I will be using is the painting of the vase with several sunflowers. Van Gogh’s painting of sunflowers gives the viewer a closer look at the individual flowers because of the way he arranges them.