In this photo, there is a girl that loos to be working in a factory. looking around her, there are sewing machines. This girl looks really young to be working in this factory. The photo is using lots of yellow and brown colors to show that this is an antique photo. Or this photo could be an actual antique photo.
This photo is decently exposed. the focus is shallow and concentrated on the girl. this image isn't color correct because the film creates this brown and yellow look. this photo uses an adequate resolution.
Some ideas i see in this image is abuse. Children that worked in the factories in the past were threatened in some ways because of the dangerous acts they perform in the factory. Because their family put them at risk of dying just to make extra money is nonsense. This young girl probably has been through a lot in that factory, because her face looks very innocent, and looks a little stressed from all of the work.
Overall, this photo is a great composition. The quality is great, and the filter makes it look even more antique like. This is a great composition because just by looking at this photo, you can pretty much see the girl's entire life. This photo really makes the viewers think a lot about what she is doing in that factory. This really makes the audience think about what kind of people would risk their child to make some extra money, and that act can put their child at death. This photo makes me feel very chilled and surprised.
i see a little girl standing within rows of textile machines in a large factor probably in older times due to the look of the dress and machines used. the colors are in black and white showing that the image is old. the image is lite through means of natural light which also gives the impression of an older photo. the little girls face is shown in the photo to give the viewer a perspective on how child labors looked and what age they were.
the image looks properly exposed with he correct amount of light. the colors don't seam distinguished in the black and white and it has an overall tint to it.the image is in focus. it also has an antiquate pixelation.the whites look like they have a gray tint to them and don't look natural.
i think the image is nice to look at, it flows well. the lines caused by the machines pull the focus onto the girl and her face. i think there is a story behind the girl and her sad expression standing in an abandoned textile factory. the image doesn't use the rule of thirds but looks symmetrical with he two rows of machines with a girl in the middle. the girl doesn't fill the image completely but it leaves room for more details of the room.
The image gives of a theme of old things and an old life style of child works and factories. i think the photographer made this photo to prove show the way of life in older days. the photo reminds me of when i used to visit my dads lab and help with he machines. nope. i think the image and beautiful it gives a pleasing thing to look at.
In the image it shows a girl to what looks to be just standing right in the middle of a factory looking coldly into the camera. In this factory it looks like theirs cotton all over the ground and something over her feet. The colors in the image match the girls mood, black and white, very dull colors for this type of image. No action is really happening through the photo, she seems to just motionaly just stand there.
The image just seems a little unexposed by a little but the image seems to be in great focus. There is no obvious pixilation through the photo which makes it more modern of a photo in my opinion. This photo is very pleasing to look at and the rule of thirds in this photo is not being used because the girl is standing dead in the center of the photo. The machines on the right and left of her and directing the viewers eyes straight towards her and I thought that was kind of cool. The focal point is the girl and this image is not framed.
I would say the theme of this image is child labor and how it's terrible. Honestly I like the photo because its so appealing to look at. I would think that this image is very successful.
This is a picture of a little girl in a textile. The girl is standing in the middle of a row of machines. She has a blank face. This picture looks more brown because it was taken on a much older camera. The room seems to be lit from windows on the left. The girl and the machines seem to be the focus of this picture. There is some cotton on the ground all around her.
This image seems correctly exposed and is in focus on the girl. The color as I said seems to be black and white but more brown. The pixelation seems good. The picture is pleasing to look at. The machines draw your eye to the little girl. The way she is in the middle of a row and the machines seem to continue forever. The wooden boards seem to direct you to the girl and the cables hanging from the ceiling do the same. The corners are filled with a blurry out of focus textile.
This image seems to be protesting child labor. The blank face of the girl seems to show how tired she is. I think the artists intention is to show how tough child labor is and how it takes out the energy of a girl who should be running around being happy and laughing. This picture reminds me of a photo that I saw in my US History textbook. In fact, I think this may be the same picture. I think this picture is amazing because the artist is trying to show something and protest something that was accepted at that time.
I do like this picture. You can look at how complex the textiles are. They fascinate me and make me wonder how they work. The picture is also very easy to look at because it directs your eyes to a certain place. I think this photo is successful because of how it does show how tough child labor is and how easy and facilitating it is.
This image is of a child in what seems like a textile factory. The photo is older so its warmly tinted and pretty monochromatic. The lighting is coming from the windows and through the machinery to light certain areas of the child more than others. The contrast is pretty vast because the machinery blocking the sun creates shadows. The child is clearly unhappy standing in the midst of a dirty floor and tightly spaced machinery.
The image is correctly exposed. The foreground is out of focus and the background is in focus. The color is correct in some areas but some of the whites on the machinery have been dulled down a bit but that may be because its n older photograph. There's a little pixelation in the foreground but adequate resolution from then on. Its pleasing because of the environment and the lighting.
The rule of thirds is somewhat being used because the child is no directly in the middle but its not completely following it. The point of view is as if someone was walking down one of the working aisles and found the kid there. The focal point is the kid and he's framed by the rows of textile machinery. The lines run from the machinery leading to the kid. The image is pretty asymmetrical but its balanced really well.
There is a lot of extra space but it doesn't take away from the focal point. The image crops off the rest of the factory. Positive and negative space is found on the child, machinery, and floors. The themes of the image is to raise awareness of how detrimental child labor is. The rows of machinery represent an industry driven world and that an be saddening. The child is clearly unhappy and devoid of childlike joy. The author intentional wanted to show that. It does remind me of when i began learning of the child labor days and does challenge moral beliefs of making them work or not. In that, the image is definitely noteworthy and is successful in composition and theme.
The image looks like it is of a young child who probably worked at a sewing factory. The image was probably taken to take a stance against child labor. It is a black and white photo of a girl standing in between rows of industrial sewing machines. The lighting look like it is coming from some windows along the upper left side of the picture. Besides the girl and the sewing machines there is not much but balls of fluff on the ground. The girl does not seem too happy or too sad.
The image is correctly exposed, with the window light being enough to illuminate the picture. The image is in focus, and they used a medium depth of field to be able to capture a situational portrait. The whole image is in black or white, but it does have a slightly yellow look due to the time period it was taken in. The image has a good resolution. All of these would be expected of a professional photograph.
The composition looks good, with the girl positioned in the middle of the frame. It is also very symmetrical, with the two machines being identical and on either side of her. They use the rule of thirds for the machines, but otherwise nothing else uses it. The photographer took the image from about the girls hight. The lines from the machines form lines that direct you to the girl, and they are symmetrical. The girls and the machines fill the majority of the image, leaving a little space towards the top.
I think he theme of the image is child labor, and more specifically the evil of child labor. The image looks really sad, and the artist probably made the image to fight against child labor. The image reminds me of the industrial revolution, and the social reforms that occurred in the early 1920s. The image at one time may have challenged the beliefs that children should be allowed to work, but nowadays I do not think it challenges much. The image is beautiful with the yellowish tinge and the machines on either side.
This image features a young girl standing between two long lines of machines in a factory. There is cotton (or some sort of substance) strewn across the ground. It seems like the factory has been closed for the day, or the workers are on a break (which likely didn’t occur during this time period). During this period in time, workers were not treated properly. They worked long grueling days, didn’t receive much pay, and were in perpetual danger. additionally , factories hird young children to work some of the machines, so they could pay them even less. This image is in black and white, moreso of a sepia type coloring actually. Nonetheless, there are only two shades of colors. The child in the image stands with their hands at their sides and stares blankly at the camera.
This image has an excellent composition. It is properly exposed, and doesn’t have any information lost. The image is in focus as well, the background is blurry, but this is because of the focus on the subject. The colors in the image area correct, except the blacks which have a brownish tint to them. Additionally, the image doesn't have any pixelation.
This image is extremely pleasing to look at (if you can get by the fact of the poor conditions of which the workers worked in). The rule of thirds isn’t being employed here, as eh subject stands squarely in the middle of the image; however, the machines on either side of her draw the viewer's eyes directly at the subject by using lines. The photographer (Lewis Hine) took this photo on eye level with the girl, in order to make the viewer have a deeper connection to the image. It makes the viewer more drawn to the subject. The image isn’t perfectly symmetrical, as the child isn’t standing squarely in the middle of the machines, rather slightly (almost unnoticeably) to the right. Additionally, there is another worker out of focus on the right edge of the image.
There is definitely a story being told in this image. The photographer (Lewis Hine) could’ve been a reformist and tried to show the populus of America what occurred inside of factories. He could be trying to change the industrialist system in America, or could’ve been trying to fix the corporate corruption which plagued the cities of America. This image is definitely noteworthy nonetheless, as it documents what occurred in factories and what the conditions were like there. Regardless, Lewis Hine was trying to say something with this image.
Overall, I really do enjoy this image. It is an extremely well done composition, and incorporates many techniques which we’ve gone over in class. It leaves the viewer feeling compelled to do something or at least talk about the image, which is one of the main goals in creating an image.
This photograph by Lewis Hine shows a small girl standing in a row of a mill house/textile factory. The little girl is standing centered in the aisle with her hands at her side looking straight at the camera lens. The image seems to be a much older image based on the style of clothing the girl is wearing, the older machines the girl is standing next to, and the black and white tone of the photograph. The lighting of the image seems to be entirely from the outside light coming in through the factory windows.
The image is correctly exposed for the most part. The image is not to dark nor to bright. All of the black and white tones register to the eye which signals correct exposure. The image has a mid depth of field. You can tell by looking at the out of focus foreground, in focus mid-ground, and out of focus background. The image is in good quality as there is little to no pixelation and fairly high resolution.
This image is very pleasing to look at primarily due to the very balanced construction, usage of natural lines, and depth of field. The image is well balanced when it comes to construction because the girl is completely centered in the photograph with two long machines on either side of her. The photographer sed these two factory textile machines and camera angle to create lines that point your eye directly to the girl. The rule of thirds is not being used in this photograph. I also noticed that the lighting from the outside shines directly on the little girls face which makes her stand out in a way.
This photographer most likely wanted to show the story of female workers in textile factories during the early 1900's. Child labor since then has become a major controversy. The little girl standing in the aisle shows the sort of twisted idealism of child labor and just how little and innocent these laborers were. The image certainly makes you think about what it was like the those times. It could often make you put yourself in their shoes which might have been the goal of the photographer.
The image is of a young girl in a factory. The girl has short hair and a bleak expression on her face. The factory seems to be a cloth factory as there are multiple spindles of thread throughout the image as well as little balls of studding on the floor. Only greys and whites are in this photo, but the colors are warm. There are some dark shadows and bright spots due to the light source coming from the left hand side of the image through the windows in the factory. The girl is standing in between two rows of machines that are producing some sort of cloth. The girl seems to be only about 8yearsold or so and is wearing a dirty work style dress with dark socks.
The image is only in focus on the girl which leaves a blurry and interesting background. The image is properly exposed, and has some parts in high contrast due to the lighting source and angle. There isn’t much pixelation, but can be seen from time to time if looked at closely. The colors appear to be correct but cannot be determined with the absence of colors besides grey and white in the image. The photographer took the photo from a straight on point of view, however there is still some unsymmetrical parts as parts of the factory are different and the ball of cloth on the floor are randomly placed leaving a still interesting composition.
The girl in the image is framed by the rows of machinery which also give the image a perception of depth. The machinery also plays a role in leading lines which almost meet at an exact point on the girl. This helps attract the viewer's eye to the girl, but does not dismiss the background and foreground entirely. The image is balanced,but not completely symmetrical which still leaves an interesting composition. It also does not use the rule of thirds, but gains the use of the framing and lines by using the machinery.
The photographer could be attempting to show the injustice of child labor. The photo is taken in what appears to be the early 20th century when child labor was still somewhat acceptable. The artist could be using the girl being in the factory to represent how children should not work in such conditions. By making this statement the image becomes quite noteworthy as it is using art to portray a political statement.I think the image is successful in both being beautiful and challenge political beliefs. I enjoy the image a lot for it’s ability to have balance while still having an interesting composition, and
The image displayed above is of a little girl who looks like sees standing in a workshop. The place is she’s standing in has a lot of fuzz/dust/stuffing on the floor but on the machines it looks like there are some type of bottles, so I’m kind of confused on what type of shop it is. The little girl looks about 6 or 7, she’s young ad vulnerable but from what I can see from the dirt on her clothing and hands it looks like she’s been working. The lighting even though its black and white is natural lighting which you can tell from the windows. The main objects in the image are dust, bottles and one little girl.
The image looks perfectly exposed and in focus. The color looks correct but you can not tell 100% because the picture is in black and white. There isn’t a lot of pixilation because its mainly in focus but you can tell that the picture is old because there are a lot pixels that are just missing. The composition is functions buy having us focus on the girl being narrowed by the machines. †he rule of thirds isn’t being used this image.
The focal point is the little girl and she is being framed by the rows and rows of machines. The lines are the rows themself and they direct my eye all the way down the row. The image is balanced and is basically a little bit symmetrical because if the way you could split it in half and the two sides could almost be identical. The subject fills the frame but theres a little extra room. The frame crops off a piece of the machines and blurs them a little. The negative space is the floor.
The themes in this image are a little girl who may be working at a age of 6 or 7 at a downing machine factory when she should be playing with her friends. The artist may have made this image to make us aware of the tough times during that time. This image doesn’t remind me of anything really except how we learned in history how times were tough back then. This image is interesting to me so I kind of like it. also think this picture is super successful!
The image is of a young girl. She look to be wearing a white dress type clothing. The color in the image is black and white. I believe the reason of this is because of when the image was taken. The image looks to be an older image. Due to the fact that her surroundings look to be inside a cotton factory. I believe that she works the factory.
The image looks like it is underexposed. Many dark shadows in the image. The image is focused. The color in the image looks correct. Personally the image is pleasing to look at. The composition is good. The image is framed by the machines on the side of her. The machines directly point your eyes to the girl standing in-between the machines.
The girl does not fill the whole image. She is the main focus point in the image. There looks to be no framing. The rule of thirds is used in the image. The girl is centered with the machinery on the left and right of her. To me the image is balanced. The negative spots in the image are at her feet, below the machinery.
I think there is a story being told in this image. I believe that she works at this cotton factory. Due to her appearance. The image is a god image. I like the photo, i think the composition of the photo makes it pleasing to look at. it is a successful photo. I think due to fact that the image was taken in that era of forced labor, it gave the image more success. It is a very well taken image, and i do like it.
This is an image of a little girl standing in a cotton jin factory. The colors being used are golden browns. The image has sunlight coming in through windows on the left side. The girl id just standing there with a kinda angry face on.
The image has good exposer. The image is focus on the girl. The whites have a golden tint to them. The picture is grainy.
This image is pleasing to look at. The rule of thirds is being used. The girl being the center and the machines on both sides of her. The photographer took the image eye level to the girl.The lines of the wood floors and machines lead your eyes to the girl. The image is well balanced.
The story I see in this image is a young girl having to work in the factory. This image reminds me of other photos from bak in the days. When the men went off to fight in the war the women worked in the factories and this image reminds me off that. I think this image is interesting.
This image is pleasing to me and i think the photographer did a good job. Many will see this photo differently then I see it. I went to an exhibit for a photographer that had taken pictures during the wars and i could see this photo being in that exhibit.
this photo was taken with a shallow depth of field. it has warmer tones in it. it is mostly brown and yellow undertones. the top layer is more gray.` it has a larger aperture.
in the photo there is a girl. she is standing infant of cotton sorters. there is cotton on the floor. there are rollers on top of the machine. they are making cotton thread for clothing.
this photography is by Lewis Hine. he has a very interesting eye for artwork. he made the girl the focal point. he used the machines to draw your eyes to the girl. they are used as a frame.
they girl is very young. she look between the ages 6-10. she has short hair. she looks like she's from the 60's. this photo look very old but it could be because of the filter. the girl is wearing a dress. it is light colored.
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