Objective: Produce two sets of triangular compositions in photographs, one using 'real' triangles the other making 'implied' triangles
4883: 1/640s f5.6 200mm
4907: 1/250s f8 18mm
4916: 1/500s f5.6 112mm
...............or the triangles in the unique "Rheinish Helm" tower of Hampshire's Hawkley church.
4909: 1/800s f5.6 135mm
The "tramlines" in this crop form a converging triangle by perspective. The triangular warning sign on the brow of the hill was a pure fluke. I didn't notice it until I viewed the image on the screen.
4917: 1/125s f5.6 18mm
Ceiling panels in the passenger lounge of the Isle of Wight Ferry provided the inverted triangle for this perspective shot.
4924: 1/125s f29 36mm
4929: 1/160s f32 52mm
Simply rearranging these vegetables has provided interesting triangles within triangles. As illustrated in the section on multiple points, the vectors suggested by the shapes help determine the way the eye moves over the picture.
4918: 1/200s f7.1 18mm
I have used the faces in this image to form the triangle. It is also noticeable that the musician's right arm and shoulder strap form another triangle with the seated figures, reinforcing the importance of the diagonals in a composition in creating a stable image.