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I chose Francesca Woodman’s photographs because I think she manipulates her scene to create a very strong and beautiful, albeit eerie, image. She utilizes a slow shutter speed very well to create blurred forms and blurred images of people, who are often “faceless”. These blurred images are as much the subject as the dark stains on the walls and as the surroundings. Specifically, in the image with the blurred legs, she uses the rule of thirds and balances the darkness from the legs on the left with the darkness of the stain on the wall on the right. The point of view for most of the images are head on and very direct- we are looking straight out into the space.

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