I've been interested in photography for years so this exercise was exciting for me. I've stocked up on an abundance of pictures I've taken previously and was able to use them to experiment with different effects and techniques like the rule of thirds or the golden spiral. I went into this confidently because I knew I would definitely have the images in some form. It wasn't until after exploring new ways of cropping and editing that I realized I could make them look much more intriguing. The architecture must have been the most difficult for me because it's probably what I most enjoy capturing. It was difficult to change the perspective of them as I usually just take it straight on. I love symmetry and have a hard time straying from it, but I now realize that it can add a lot of new focal points to a composition. I am very pleased with the second attempts as they show new views and more clean cut lines.