2. I thought the positioning was to far apart mainly meaning the two people on the outside and the two people in the middle needed to be in a V shape from their hips to create symmetry and so the subjects are fully visible. However the colours worked well together and were vibrant in the sun creating shadows and enhancing the colour. 3. This time I moved my models closer together, however still I though the model in the red was to far from the other 3 so it looked disjointed. However I like the positioning of the red model, and purple model except for the sun glare. Also as you can see the model in the orange was caught out of position. On the other hand over all the scenery and camera angle is good. 4. This shot was basically a re shot of the previous shot however ,i moved the model in the red to look straight ahead to see which position I proffered. However still the model in the orange was posing problems due to the uneven surface and the wind direction. I decided for the next shot I would move the model in the red more closer to the model in the green to unify the group and make it look more central. 5. This shot was basically another re-shot of the previous images because i thought i were the positioning I wanted, however the model in the reds glasses were over her glasses which wasn't what i wanted and model in the orange had an incorporate facial expression. 6. This shot was basically a re shot of the previous shot posing the same problems. HoweverI like the positioning of the model in the red and purple. But not the models in orange and green. The green model because of the hair being displaced and the orange member because is again wearing a unconventional facial expression. 7. This shot was basically a re shot of the previous shot posing the same problems. HoweverI like the positioning of the model in the red and purple. But not the models in orange and green. The green model because of the hair being displaced and the orange member because is again wearing a unconventional facial expression. 8. In this shot decided to rearrange my models so I put the orange model and green models hips touching to create a V shape I believe this is effective because it enables the models to all be looking in different directions why at the same time being symmetrical. I then brought the red model level with the purple model looking in the same direction, creating awareness and making the audience intrigued at what the audience is looking at while at the same time inputting that individuality which Indie promotes. 9. This shot I decided to move the orange and green model side by side overall think this image works but the image isn't central and is too busy in the centre and because there is less eye contact it has less impact. Also the red model positioning doesn't work because of the strong eye contact it is hard to focus on anything else. 10. Thisa more zoomed in shot i bleive show most progression and is so far my favorite image as with the two bottom models looking in different directions it agian intreges the audience of what they are looking at,also it implies that even though they are a unit becuase they are all wearing the same kind of fashion they are also different and take different paths and roles in the group.However sticks with conventions in terms of the symetry colours and environment.However model Oranges hair over here glasses is of concern making the image not as successful as id like. 11. This shot was basically a re shot of the previous image posing in the same places. However due to this image being shot further away it enables you two have more of the scenery and shows how the models both blend in and stand out. As the previous shot the models in the purple and red are positioned perfectly, and in this shot models orange and green hair is wind swept which gives interest and mirrors the indie edge I was trying to create.