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This photo has shallow depth of field. It is balanced as there is a centered and focused cupcake in the middle of the picture while the background has 2 cupcakes that keeps the cupcake centered.  The white color contrasts against the dark cupcake tin, however, the cupcake bread blends in with the table. There is no movement

Pumpkin Spice Muffins with boxed spiced cake mix 1 ounce) box Duncan Hines Signature Spice Cake 1 ounce) package instant vanilla pudding mix 1 teaspoon homemade pumpkin pie spice cup sour cream 1 cup pure pumpkin puree cup veg

shallow depth of field  pretty balanced on both sides of the picture, eye gravitates towards the right  movement through the door  contrast between green and grey

shallow depth of field pretty balanced on both sides of the picture, eye gravitates towards the right movement through the door contrast between green and grey

shallow depth of field  good contrast of colors  (silver, black and red) uneven balance- shifted to the right  movement deeper into the photo

shallow depth of field good contrast of colors (silver, black and red) uneven balance- shifted to the right movement deeper into the photo

shallow depth of field.  Viewers eyes automatically goes to the yellow sign on the left to the contrasting colors and the use of the rule of thirds. There is no movement

shallow depth of field. Viewers eyes automatically goes to the yellow sign on the left to the contrasting colors and the use of the rule of thirds.

shallow depth of field  Balance: the photo is pretty balanced because there is repetition throughout the whole photo Color: the bright pink flowers contrast against the green grass. They are contrasting colors  Movement: no movement

shallow depth of field Balance: the photo is pretty balanced because there is repetition throughout the whole photo Color: the bright pink flowers contrast against the green grass. They are contrasting colors Movement: no movement

Shallow depth of field #cup #wineglass This photo is not balanced because the lemon draws the viewer's attention to the right.  Also the background is dark therefore, contrasts against the light wineglass. There is no movement

A true Bond-style cocktail, the Vesper was first mentioned by writer Ian Fleming in his 1953 novel, Casino Royale, as a drink order detailed by Bond himsel