1.2 visual anysis (6).pdf - The message this image is sending is that children need protection from danger The girl sitting on the cement block looks

1.2 visual anysis (6).pdf - The message this image is...

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The message this image is sending is that children need protection from danger. The girl sitting on the cement block looks upset or lonely. She could have lost her parents and she is alone now or lose them and doesn’t know where to look for them. I don’t think she realizes that she is near danger. She is sitting next to a sign that says “DANGER HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS” and that means that there is a chemical(s) or something dangerous that could hurt her. The framing is based on the sign of hazardous chemicals because nowadays there are so many different dangerous things that kids should not be exposed to and when they are alone they could get hurt. The message this image is dangerous because if we have dangerous chemicals around they should be secured and also we should be taking better care of our kids so that they don’t get exposed to these kinds of danger.
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Firemen and women risk their lives everyday. Danger is in the line of firefighters everywhere and in day-to-day people working.firefighters risk their lives to save ours. The colour has been used in the image
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Unformatted text preview: because the fire is dangerous to all of us and it could hurt someone. Framing is used to focus on the firefighters and the fire and smoke are circling around them. The firefighters are trapped and can’t escape until they can put the fire out. Their lives are at risk because they are trapped. I am a firefighter for my community and it’s not always easy to put yourself out there. You never know what you're walking into until it's too late. Sometimes people start fires on purpose just to put lives at stake and that's not okay. My grandfather, my mother and my cousin are also firefighters and we do it so that we can come home knowing that we saved a live(s) that day and we were okay. It’s not just us that put our lives at stake it the people who are trapped in the fire or people who lose their house to a fire. Everyone is affected in some way. The people lose their homes and have to find a place to stay at a relative's place until they can get their house repaired or buy a new one....
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