This is a striking photograph of a boy intently staring at a TV set. The boy has the light of the TV screen reflecting on his face. It is using a full range of more subdued colors, with many different shades of colors that one would find in a house. There is an abundance of shadows in the image that make it more intriguing. The child is staring at the TV set looking like he is in deep thought. There is no one around him, it is just him.
This image is shot using excellent technique and form. The exposure is seemingly just right. The image is fully in focused with a deep depth of field, and the whites are correct. Furthermore, there is no pixelation. This image is very pleasing to view. The colors of the room draw attention to the boy, who is the one neutral spot in the image. The rule of thirds is used, with the action of the photo occurring at the meeting of the left thirds. The photographer takes this from a POV that doesn’t allow us to see what the boy is looking at in order to pique our curiosity. The most prominent lines are those in the doorway to the left of the boy. These lines draw attention to the bright light in the back room, presumably where the boys parents are. The frame crops of the important topic of what is behind the TV, and behind and around the boy. The shadows in the room lead us to the most important area of the photo, which is the boy. There is a bright light to one side of him and a blueish light to the other side of him which leads our eyes to be naturally drawn to the boy with the intense stare. The boy is at the focal point of this image, and it is asymmetrical with both sides of the image being very different.
The central theme that I see in this image revolves around the innocence of childhood and the loss of that innocence. The story being told in this image is one of the boy, when no one is around, watching an unknown show on his TV. This unknown show is really capturing the boys attention, and he is staring at the TV with an almost scared sort of look. This image reminds me of countless scenes in movies in which a young child sees some terrible event occurring on the news on the TV and is forever changed afterwards. This image supports the notion that we should monitor our children more closely in order to protect them from the wide range of horrors that could be experienced at a young age.
This is an amazing photo. It brings out my curiosity and is quite beautiful. The photo is successful. This is because it makes you think and draws your eye to the subject of the image. It presents themes for you to meditate on and ponder. Due to the beauty contained within this photo and the complex and intriguing themes that it elicits, this is both a successful and amazing photo.
The image is a photo of a little boy in his pajamas watching tv. It is using a variety of colors in the image. It is portraying some shadows of the boy in the back of the image. A boy is watching TV intently and is very interested on whatever he is watching. I would say the image is a tad underexposed.
The image is in focus the main focus is the boy. The color looks correct although the image quality is a little bit of a yellow color. When you zoom into the photograph there is some pixelation. It is pleasing to look at because it has soothing colors and it is relaxing. The photographer took the photo not straight on the photographer took it from an angle.
The focal point of the picture is the boy watching tv. The frame crops off the other part of the living room, there is probably more to the living room then just that green chair and a television. I think there is story being told because it makes you think and where are the parents? Does he have any brothers or sisters? Are his parents okay with him staying up late and watching television. The image also shows that he is wearing an olympic shirt maybe he is watching the olympics.
I think the image is very interesting it makes you think about the boy and how old he is what he is watching. I like it because it looks like it is from a long time ago because of the television is very old and the phone next to him looks very old as well. I think it is successful because if the photographer wanted to have mystery in the photo he achieved that. The photographer made you think so that you don’t know everything about what is going on so you can figure that out yourself and It is a great piece of art.
This image is of a sad boy watching television. The photographer is using dark shadows. The dark shadows is to depict the sad and gloomy state the child is in. The child is watching tv on the side of the couch. It is a very old style room.
This image is under exposed. Every thing in the frame is in focus. All the colors are correct. There is no visible pixilation. It is in adequate resolution.
This image is not pleasing to look at, because its too gloomy. The rule own thirds is applied, everything is centered in thirds. The photographer took the photo on the corner of the room, so its an angle. It is not framed. My eyes are directed to the slanted lines of the floor.
The image is symmetrical, all the lines/ where everything is places is symmetrical. The subject does not fill the frame. The frame cuts off the other part of the room. The theme is the boy in misery. The boy s unhappy because of his life. The artist made this image to show that not all people live in happiness. This image is interesting. I do like it in some ways, because its very well composed. The photograph is successful, otherwise it wouldn't be in this website.
This photo is using natural light from the television and light bulbs. In this scene, There is a young boy in his living room watching tv. He probably lives in the country because there is a head of a deer on the wall and a painting of the countryside. This was probably sey in the 1960’s because there is a touch tone phone in the back. The image is in fairly good quality although, there is some pixelation.
The artist used dark colors and dark shadows. The boy is wearing bright colors to show that he is the main focus of the image. Everything in the image is in focus. The color is not very correct because the whites on his shirt look dark. The image crops off the rest of the television and living room.
The boy looks like he is really focusing on the television. The image does not use the rule of thirds because the boy is in the middle of the picture. The point of view is from above the television and the boys so you are eye level with the painting on the wall. The boy is the focal point and is framed by square objects such as the table, sofa, and painting. I don’t find this image pleasing to look at because of the dark colors, it doesn’t attract my eyes to the photo.
The boy is wearing an olympic shirt. I feel that he is watching his idol, who is an athlete. He wants to be an athlete when he grows up. I think the artist was trying to show how he/she was as a child. He/she was trying to say how his life used to be and what he wished that was instead of what he became.
This image is of a boy sitting in his living room watching television. The room he is in has one green sofa chair with a mounted deer on the wall above it. The room is dark and mainly lit by the television. The image uses the shadow of the boy to show that he is watching tv since his shadow is reflected on the wall opposite of the TV. The main object in this image is the boy, tv, and the head of a deer.
This image correctly exposed since you can see everything in the exposure clearly. If it were over exposed it would be a lot brighter, and if it were underexposed it would be a lot darker. The color on the image is also correct since colors are easily seen and are not mistaken for other colors. This picture has very little pixelation, you can tell by zooming in on it to see if a lot of pixels show up.
The rule of thirds is not being used in this exposure since the scene is not distinctly divided into 3 equal parts. This image is not framed since there is nothing that surrounds the image that makes you directly look at that one specific part. There is not much at the edge of the image besides the walls, and the image only cropped off the top of the antlers and the back of the TV. The image Balanced since everything in the image is neatly organized and there are no lines running all over the place.
The theme of this image is that children are too engrossed in Television and how it is making them seem mindless. The artist made this image to show how kids are starting to watch TV more and more, and how it will eventually be harmful. The image is nice to look at since all of the lines and shapes are all balanced. The image also has a bright but yet soft feel to it.
I like this picture because it has nice colors, and is set up very well. Everything in the picture is symmetrical and fits in line with everything else. I think the picture is successful because it is not over or underexposed, it conveys a theme, and is very nice to look at.
This photograph depicts a young boy who is watching tv in what looks like a living room. The boy appears to be really into whatever he is watching. The room that he is in has two features that stand out: a buck trophy on the wall and two figurines that look like they are from the bible. The room also has a painting of nature that is hanging above the boy's head. He is sitting in a very awkward position with him sitting on the sofa's arms, not on the sofa itself. This picture had to have taken place before the 2000's, judging by the telephone on the table and the big tv,
This image has two very bright light sources. These light sources are the tv and the room in the background. The tv is giving off a light that shows the boy's and the buck's shadows. The room in the background is giving off very warm and yellowish colors. The image is overexposed and appears to be a bit grainy. This implies that they had a high ISO.
This image is very pleasing to look at, as it gives off a warm vibe due to the colors. The point of focus is obviously the young boy. The photographer took the photo on a slight angle to include the tv and the figurines. The negative space would be the area to the right of the couch and the room in the background. The image also crops of at the area to the right of the couch, as there is no light there.
I believe this image is meant to tell people that we are too indulged in electronics. The objects in the background are meant to show what humanity has put aside in order to attain our technological status. The buck and the painting is meant to symbolize nature while the figurines are meant to symbolize religion. The boy is not even noticing these objects in the background due to him putting all of his attention into the tv. This image reminds me of when I was kid obsessing over Nickelodeon all day.
The image consists of a young boy siting an ordinary, middle class looking house. The room looks like a furnaced living room. The boy, having a concerned and focus look on his face, is sitting on the arm of the couch watching television. The photographer used warm lighting with yellow and orange hues. The wall is sparsely decorated with a single landscape painting and a deer head.
The image is neither under or over exposed. It is shot in focus with a wide depth of field. It does not appear to have a color corrections applied on the picture. The picture is high quality and appears have adequate resolution. the photographer made sure to include the boy’s shadow on the wall created by the light of the television screen.
The photo is pleasing to look at with the high quality. It has yellow lighting which most of the time is considered not flattering. However the photographer creates this lighting to his advantage to make the scene more authentic. This results in a pleasing warm image. The subject does not fill up the frame. We can still observe the surroundings and help us interpret the image in a deeper level.
This image can be relatable to many people. It illustrates a normal evening for commoners after a day of work or school. The material and color of the couch reminds me of an old couch in my house. It has a distinct smell when you lay on it. When i see this image, it reminds me of the aroma of my house. Even though the way this picture was shot is not my style, it’s thought-provoking and I appreciate it.
The picture is of a boy sitting on the arm of a chair probably in his living room watching TV. There are two statues on top of the TV. the lighting has dark shadows due to the minimal lighting of the house. There is a deer mounted on the wall looking directly at the camera. The boy is very young and looks like he has pajamas on.
The Boy in the photo is perfectly exposed, but the surroundings are very dark. the corner of the photo is pure black, due to the small amount of lighting in the room. The entire image is in focus.
The composition of the photo is pleasing to look at because there are no harsh lines distracting you. your vision flows around the photo and is not forced around by any lines. The lighting is very soft making it easy to look at. The child is in the center of the photo making it the first thing you see. then you follow where he is looking to see the two little statues looking over him. the whole image is in focus but I'd say the boy is the focal point de to being in the center of the image. The image is asymmetrical because on one side it is really dark and the other side has lots of light. the negative space is the doorway in the background and the darkness next tot the chair.
I think the kid is missing someone significant in his life because he is on the arm of the chair and might be watching a show that he would watch with the person. He is on the arm of the chair because maybe that someone would sit on the chair with him. Another reason is because his door is wide open maybe showing that that figure left him.
The details in this image are plain, a plain room, plain chair, plain wall, plain phone, and pretty much everything is plain. i n this photo it seems like it could be based during nighttime because of what the kid is wearing and because of his shadow only coming from the TV and not the sunlight. This kid is about 7years old and he has a dark shadow.
This photograph doesn't seem neither underexposed or overexposed, and does have any specific focus. This pictures doesn't seem to have much color correction but the lighting which is being used is what affects the image. I don't believe that the rule of thirds is being used due to the off centering of the objects. This frame probably crops off the rest of the house, and doesn't show what is on the other side of his couch.
In this image, the kid seems tired, and the photograph shows us another sort of lifestyle possibly off in the hill country. This image reminds me of when i was little , in elementary school, and watched a lot of TV because it was the only thing that would entertain me, and make me forget about reality. This image seems not worthy because of how plain everything looks, and because of the expressions used. Yes i do like this photograph and i find it successful.
This image is of a young child sitting on the armrest of a chair watching TV. There is a picture behind him and a telephone next to him. Above him is a deer head which seems to have been caught by the owner of the house. The house seems to be an old fashioned house with everything in it older, including the TV. It is using green as the color of the telephone chair, and picture. It is also using brown as the floor color and a paleish color for the walls. It helps depict a simple old house. The lighting is produced by the light in the room behind it and by the TV, thus leaving the left half of the picture much lighter than the right half. The TV light produces the boy’s shadow and the chair’s shadow on the wall behind them. In the picture the deer seems to be watching the TV along with the boy.
The picture seems to be a little bit underexposed because the right side of the room is dark, but I believe that the photographer chose the best exposure to balance out the light on one side and the dark on the other. The entire image seems to be in focus. The color is all correct except for the top middle part of the green chair which looks blue. There is not much pixelation and the resolution seems to be correct.
The photo is pleasing to look at because the boy’s face is lit up in the light of the TV which seems to be the desired effect. The rule of thirds seems to be half in use because the doorway is in the left side of the picture, the boy and deer head in the middle, and most of the picture in the right side, however the chair and TV are in multiple thirds. The angle of the picture is to the right and behind the TV so as to capture the TV and the boy.The focal point is the boy and he is in the exact center of the picture. The lines in the picture are the lines of the doorway, which lead to the floor, and the lines of the top of the TV, chair, floor, and picture, which all seem to lead to the boy. The picture is not symmetrical.
The theme of the image is to point out how technology transfixes us and has transfixed us for a long time. It reminds me of when older people talk about waking up on Saturday mornings to watch the cartoons. The question points out how we should take a break from technology because we are addicted to it so much and use it everyday. This photo interests me and I enjoy it because it makes me want to take a step back and watch how technology absorbs everyone’s daily lives. I believe it is successful because it makes you think about how easily we become transfixed by technology and challenges us to step away from it.
This is an image of a young boy in pajamas sitting on the arm of a couch watching tv. He is in a small, dark room and you can see the light from the tv on his face and the wall behind him. There is a deer on the wall that is staring right at the camera. The colors on the boy are bright but the rest are dark. There are dark shadows but it might be a studio set-up. There are 2 statues sitting on top of the tv. everything in the image looks very still except for the tv.
The image is slightly underexposed. The whole image is in focus. The colors look correct. The picture has adequate resolution. The aperture looks somewhat deep.
The composition makes the image pleasing to look at. It uses soft colors and there are no particularly thick lines or harsh content. The rule of thirds is not being followed because the focus is on the deer and boy and they are in the middle. The photographer took this photo from a high angle - maybe a parents point of view. the focal point is the kid and it is framed by the table, the chair and the deer. The floor panels and the back walls lead your eyes to the kid. The image is asymmetrical. The door and wall to the left is negative space and the back of the tv is cropped off. The boy, the table, nightstand, deer, painting and tv are all positive space.
There are many ideas in play in this image. There is the one of hunting, because of the deer on the wall. And there is the one of children and they recreational activity. I think it is telling a story of kids never going outside because of the painting and the deer looking at the camera. I think the artist made this image to say kids should play outside and that questions certain social beliefs. I like this photo because I understand its message and it was successful in conveying the message.
This odd image is showing a boy staring blankly at a T.V. with a painting and a somewhat deer behind him. I think the image is trying to show that the boy is awake in the middle of the night watching T.V. without his parents knowing what he’s doing up so late. The lighting of this photograph is using dark shadows, and it looks as if was set up by a professional photographer. The colors used are very dark in this photo, yellow pops out the most in this photo because of the light in the hallway. Green is also used by the couch and the painting. Objects in this photo are a little boy sitting on a couch in front of a painting next to a deer.
This image is underexposed because of the darkness in the room. The image is in focus, and it is well focused on everything.The color in this photo are correct, the whites are correct, and also the others. The resolution is this photo is very good and i can see it very well, including the objects in the photo.
The composition of this photo is not well made, i find it not pleasing to look at because the shadow of the boy watching the television is very distracting. The boy is in the middle of the three sections in this photo. The photo was taken at a weird angle so that the boy is a little bit to the left. The image is not framed. The image is balanced which directs our eyes to the boy. There is extra space from where the boy is. The frame crops off the rest of the boom, and the back of the T.V.
This photo reminds me of waking up early to watch a movie. This image is interesting because of the darkness in the photo. I do not like this photo because it is too dark and annoying because of the shadows. This photograph is not successful because of the darkness and the boys shadows
This pictures main focus in the child watching what looks to be a TV. But the deer head is angled towards the camera in a way that makes it seem as if he is looking into your soul. The TV light creates a shadow behind the child and deer catch the eye next. The shadow of the deer is angled towards the picture of a greenland area. This could be showing where the deer could be if it were alive.
The background is more of a gloomy look with the odd lightning and such. The lighting the other room makes me think he is not supposed to be up at this hour. The light may mean his parents are coming and he's about to be in trouble. While the TV light makes the room feel empty and kind of sad. The look on the boys face contributes to the sadness also.
The way the boy is sitting on the chair makes me think he has not been there long or it must be oddly comfortable. Though the child is in the center, the eye wanders around the room first to the open door than to the figurines onto of the TV. The figures don't seam like religious figure but more of a colonial type person, maybe an import historical Icon.
The chair is centered almost as much as the boy but, it is a little off to the side. Maybe its just me but that chair looks extremely comfortable. The chair and picture are close to the same color so they compliment each other with the light. That and the left side of the picture is blue which draws your eye more towards the door.
The picture uses warm colors. There’s a deer head on the wall. The kid is sitting on a chair instead of the sofa right next to him. He is watching tv, which is on the other side of the photo. The light from the tv shines and makes a shadow of the boy and the deer head on the wall.
The picture is a little underexposed. But it let you know that he is watching tv. The color in the picture is dark. However, it makes you focus on the boy but not other things far away from it because the part of the boy’s face is the only thing that is bright. There is no pixelation in the photo and the resolution is good.
The rule of thirds is used in the picture. The boy isn’t sitting in the middle of the picture. The picture is asymmetrical. There is still extra space in the picture and the frame is not totally full. The photographer took the picture at the back of the tv. We don’t know what he is watching.
I like the picture because it makes me think. There are lots of things that we don’t know about the boy. We don’t know what’s on the television. We don’t know why he is watching tv alone. The photo is full of mystries.
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