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Final Reflection

I didn't encounter many errors whilst creating my website. I started creating a basic page which included a banner, and simple code to include text and images. One problem I had was creating a banner which was the same size as the allocated space on the page, but I figured it out by going into the code and checking the width and height. I got the colors/theme for my page from the main banner. I used HTML color picker, which would let me get the same colors from the banner and implement them into different aspects of my page. I used Photoshop for the main images on each page, and also added hyperlinks if you were to click on the image which would lead you to a corresponding page.
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Biography Reflection

I started using lesson 11 as a starting place for my biography project. I slowly started changing the website, adding new menus and different pages for my selected person. I took a peak at lesson 15, which went in depth with columns. This drastically helped because I had troubles putting a certain image on the left/right hand side of the screen, and having text next to it. I essentially just tried and failed repeatedly until I had the website the way I wanted. Another aspect of my website I had to adapt to was my css. Opposed to writing <center> before a line of code, I learned to wright this in the css. I learned different lines of code I could wright in the css, and how it affected my page. I feel that the best part of my website is the “Life Of Kim” page. This is my favorite page for multiple reasons. The first reason being that the page simply looks appealing. All the elements on the page are neatly aligned and in order. Secondly, this page taught me how to code …

Leading Lines

Leading Lines
Photo 1

I think this photo came out wonderfully. The wall on the right focuses you towards the subject, and the line on the floor as well directs your attention towards the subject. The reflection on the wall also helps with drawing your attention.
Photo 2


I also enjoy this photo for multiple reasons. First reason being that the lockers help draw your attention to the door at the end of the hallway. The ceiling and the floor are also pouting at the object as well, tunnel visioning your focus.

Point Of View

POV
Photo 1

I like this photo for multiple reasons. First reason being that is clearly depicts the shoes I am wearing. The photo also emphasizes a third person view, because this photo would be nearly impossible doing it yourself. I also like how the shoes are hovering off the ground, giving off a chill vibe.
Photo 2

I like this photo for multiple reasons. First reason being that the shoes again are clearly show depicting the wear and tear of the shoes. This demonstrates that I clearly enjoy wearing the shoes, and try to keep them in good condition. It also displays a window, giving off a scenic vibe.
Photo 3

I as well enjoy this photo for many reasons. First reason being that it gives off an industrial vibe. The lines on the gate helps draw you into the photo and provides less distractions. Secondly, the shoes are hanging from earbuds which are uncommon.

Rules Of Thirds

Rules Of Thirds

Photo 1

I used the rules of third in this photo by aligning the owl on the right third of the photo. I feel that this photo turned out excellent. I believe this because you may firstly notice that the owl is 3rd printed, and you can see the different layers of the owl. I secondly cherish how you cant see the background but simply the wooden still the owl is on. This adds affect because owls are typically out at night, due to the fact that they are nocturnal.

Photo 2

I used the rules of third in this photo by aligning the expo marker on the right third of the photo. I feel that this photo turned out excellent. I believe this because you can clearly see that the marker is an expo, hinting that this is a school environment. I secondly noticed that the background is a school, which adds affect the makers location.

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Lesson 5

Lesson 5