Well, the hardest composition technique out of the twenty there are is leading lines. I think that leading lines is the hardest composition technique to accomplish correctly because, this technique uses lines that nature has made and to find the lines that lead exactly towards your subject. Also, this is a really challenging composition technique because the lines that lead to your subject cannot just be lines coming out from any part of the shot. They have to be lines that come out of the point of view of the photographer, and to me that is pretty challenging. I can really improve and make things easier by just doing it more often. And you know what they say.... practice makes perfect. Also, I can just study the type of lines that people use to make a great leading lines shot. And that is a little bit about how I think of the composition technique, leading lines.
In our finished video, it took a lot of effort to finish this small project. I'd say that the time was the hardest part. I mean you think your doing alright and your going to be on time and then, BAM, your project is due in just a few minutes. Anyways, we all contributed to the ending product of this video. On my team was, Jhoanna Domingo, Denae Sacramed, and Ashton Barker. Me and Jhoanna did most of the work, but we all contributed a lot. Well me and Jhoanna did a lot of the filming and Denae and Ashton did a lot of the editing. Even though, Jhoanna and I did most of the filming, Denae and Ashton did most of the in front of the camera stuff. And even though Denae and Ashton did a lot of the editing, Jhoanna and I did help them decide which music to chose and where to place the different clips that we shot. Overall, I still think that we did a good job dividing the work up evenly. Well, at least we tried to. Oh and I hope you enjoy our video, if you haven't already watched it yet. We put a lot into it.....Most of our lunch!