I took pictures of landscapes, and animals. I didn’t really have any specific ideas; I just love to look at pictures of landscape, and animals so I took some. Pretty much all of them were in focused, some of them were not. Some pictures had some my finger over the lens but I couldn’t do anything to fix that problem. Also the ones that were kind of fuzzy, I could fix that my using a filter, or making it more focus on the printing machine. I had to use multiple test strips on many of them. I had to, because it would come out dark, or sometimes nothing would show up on the paper, or the paper was already exposed to light. I did some burning, I had to do some burning on the one that I used for the first print, and I had to burn the grass, house for another extra 5 seconds. I didn’t make a filter on the first print, but on one print I had to use a filter to make it more low contrast, because everything came out dark. I learned to never to let you paper get expose to the light, or put you print into the chemicals for as long as they need it, and don’t put any chemicals before you had to one the print or you get big blotches. There is some diagonal with the road, and its cure, and the trees. Also the bottom third line, goes right through the middle of the house. Also the a vertical line goes right through the chimney and the house. This picture has high contrast because there is many different shades of colors in this picture. There is not movement in my picture. I picked his picture because I wanted to do a picture landscape, with a house in it. I also thought it was in focused, and everything was right in this picture. I think this picture communicates to the viewer that it’s just a landscape picture. Also it gives a calm, and peaceful mood, because there is not movement, and nothing is happening. I like the tree, because it darker, and it pops out. I think I would move, and take this picture in a different view. Other than changing the view point that I would not change anything.