Image compositing is basically taking two or more photos and combining them into one new photo. These types of photos can be used to express, address, and bring awareness to the artists message. Rule of thirds in photos help break up the composition into 3 rows and 3 columns. When these lines intercept you are left with focal points. By using the focal points they will provide your image with balance and alignment. Rule of thirds can be used incorrectly by leaving out look room, and lead room. Professional photographers think about everything in the frame. They think about how they can turn the beauty around them and capture it with multiple angles.
With each individual photo composite I wanted to share multiple messages. For instance, the image above I have someone walking on a person drawing a mandala. I placed the mandala as the floor to create the illusion that the person is somewhat escaping. Which my message would be, that drawing as an outlet. I took the person walking at an unusual angle. As for the mandala, I took that photo in a point of view. I anticipate that my audience will notice the feet first. I think this because in the image the legs are right in the middle which makes it somewhat of a bullseye shot.