Simplicity: In this specific piece of photography produced by Carli Davidson it is obvious that an immediately apparent technique that has been implemented into her work to influence the response of the audience is the incorporation of simplicity. The way simplicity has been portrayed in this unique photograph is by not complicating the message that is endeavouring to be made by adding complexity that can draw viewers away from the main idea. In this specific photograph the main attention should be focused on the two dogs which both possess disabilities, so the reason simplicity in this case is utilised is so that intentionally Carli persuades the audience to concentrate on the two dogs. She does this by utilising a grey background that does not have a strong capability to attract viewers and utilising a white rug which assists in making the dogs that are in colour stand out against the black and white surroundings.
Main Idea Presented: In this image the obvious main idea can be distinguished as the two disabled dogs. What gives the audience the impression the dogs are disabled or not considered normal is the dog on the left hand side has its tongue sticking out in a unique way, his eyes are not symmetrical and he isn’t determined as the everyday energetic happy dog. On the left hand side the dog appears normal but after persisting in looking at the image for long enough you will see that the dogs eyes are not normal and are either extremely squinted or not there. The eyes automatically make the audience assume the dog is blind. The main idea is emphasised by the camera being quite close up in order to capture the dogs imperfections and to show detail on their faces, and by utilising a grey background and a white rug and the dogs in colour so the dogs which are in colour stand out against the surroundings that are in white and grey.
Contrast: In this specific photograph there is an obvious contrast between the white rug and grey background...