Point, Line and Plane -Callie McCluskey

Callie McCluskey, 2017. I took this photo at a shop in Moscow, ID.

I thought this image was interesting to use for this assignment because it incorporates a bit of each point, line, and plane. The image is a bunch of boxes stacked on each other, with the shelf making a clear horizontal line through the middle of the composition. The boxes could be thought of as either a point or a plane in this composition. The bright colors of the blue and orange boxes strongly contrast the dark boxes, making them stand out as specific points in the composition. The boxes could also be considered planes since they each have a large block of color. I personally find it easier to see them as a plane rather than a point. The way the boxes are placed next to eachother also form a line along the top and bottom of the composition.

Callie McCluskey, 2017. I took this photo at a shop in Moscow, ID.

This Image has 5 laterns that acts as points in the composition. The points are different sizes and some overlap eachother but spheres are automatically where your eye wants to go in the composition. There are also several lines that lay behind the lanterns created by the lights and the construction of the ceiling. Some of the lines intersect eachother while others lay parallel to the rest of the bars on the ceiling. The lines are much less noticable than the lanterns are because they are in the background of the composition and they aren’t as large of shapes.

Callie McCluskey, 2017. I took this photo at a shop in Moscow, ID.

The last photo is a great example of line. The shelves have both horizontal and virtical slats that act as lines. Each slat runs into eachother forming a grid-like pattern. The shelves also hold each object in a line horizontally and virtically. Because the items on the shelves are taller than they are wide, they form vertical lines more easily than they form horizontal lines.

 

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