I have chosen to analyse this photograph by photographer Andreas Geffeller. I found that this image stood out to me for a number of reasons. He has taken the photograph from a very high vantage point, with a direct angle upon the subject (the room) creating an epic proportion making the contents of the image appear much smaller. This creates quite a dramatic tone to the image as it exaggerates the amount of waste by cramming so much clutter into one image. It is possible he used a wide angle lens to create this effect. One particular area which caught my attention was the gradiation in which the waste is composed, as it builds up through layers to add depth to the image however still remains fairly flat due to the wide angle effect. It does however bring the central focus to the lower centre of the image from the use of symmetry and gradiation.
There’s a resort in Japan located on a mountain peak from where you can see a sea of clouds floating below you
Located in Japan’s Tomamu Resort, on the island of Hokkaido, the Unkai Terrace is a unique scenic spot perched high atop a mountain peak that is often above the clouds, offering tourists breathtaking views of the white, fluffy sea beneath them.