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Double Exposure- When one photo is put onto another photo, you can still clearly see what the two photos are.
Black and White- The photo is in black and white which helps express the mood of the photo.
Sepia- When the photo is a reddish brownish color. It can also give off a dramatic mood like Black and White can.
Emphasis- When you make a photo in black and white and only color one thing to emphasis the emotion of that object.
Silhouette- When a photo has a strong outline. The subject is placed in front and creates the outline which is usually black and a light source is in the back.
Boat in Hand- Creating an illusion using the placement of objects to make objects appear bigger, smaller, or the same size.
The Rule of Thirds is when you place key features or the subject in the intersecting points to create more visual interest and to be more eye-catching.