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This is an interesting photograph because you didn’t use size or volume to help you extenuate the main object. Generally, to help draw attention to the photographs primary object the photographer will frame the object in such a way that ensures the main area of interest is largest (at least in terms of frame volume) to the rest of the objects in the composition.
However, that is not the case with this photograph. In fact, your primary object is one of the smallest components of your photograph. Therefore you needed to draw attention to your main subject in different ways. You’ve decided to use color isolation and lines to draw your viewer’s eye to your main subject. This is very creative composition and a great example of alternative ways to draw attention to areas that deserve interest within your photograph.
I love the strong use of lines that not only give the photograph a artistic style, but also help provide the illusion of depth and distance even though a photograph is only a 2 dimensional space.
I also really like seeing you playing around with color and using strong color palettes to help organize and control the content within the 4 walls of your photograph.
Great work. I look forward to seeing your next assignment.