Montreal In The Mosel Valley

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The View from Montreal in the Mosel valley was taken by August Sanders between the late 1800 to early 1900. To capture a landscape you need to plan and observe the area by being able to understand and read the shapes, contours and sunlight. Landscapes are portions of sceneries which we see in a single viewpoint. This is all important to work with because of the popularity in the photographical subjects. Light can transform a landscape and there for it was important I think that Sanders had to make sure the composing was done correctly. The river is adding great depth, which to me would be the focal point of the image. The top section of the image that presents the sky shows the rule of thirds. Landscape bushes in the front
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