Paper: An Analysis of the Images of Two Different Objects

In addition, even though the first two images at the foreground look darker, some parts of these images have a little light shining on them. The reflection effects of light, which may have occurred when the picture was taken, may have caused this. Since the reflection is more on the left hand side of the picture that on the right hand side, one can assume the individual who took the picture was located on the left hand side of the picture and the light was coming from the right hand side of the picture. The center of the picture is brighter than the foreground. However, only a small area of the center place is bright. This is the middle-point of the picture. The other areas at the center of the picture have a combination of dimness and brightness. Some parts of the images placed at the center of the picture have a clear view while other parts have an obstructed view. The background of the picture combines lighting features similar to those present at the center of the picture. While some parts of the images present at the background have a clear view, others are opaque. At the background, on the left hand side, the lighting is a bit brighter. This makes some of the images to have a clear view while others have unclear view. Due to the lighting present at the left hand side of the picture, the shadow of some of the images is visible. For this reason, the images, placed behind the first image present at the background of the picture, have their view obstructed by the first image’s shadow. Towards the center of the background, the view of the images is completely obstructed by the light. In fact, one can barely see anything at the center part of the background of the picture. However, the amount of light present at the right hand side of the background of the picture is less as compare to that present at the center. This makes some parts of the image placed at the background on the right hand side to be visible....