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The
song
I
chose
was
With
A
Little
Help
From
My
Friends
by
The
Beatles.

 The
first
two
pictures
I
took
are
similar
and
articulate
similar
ideas
in
two
different
 ways.
I
picked
my
close
friends
and
I
dressed
them
up
with
dress
shorts
to
alliterate
 the
idea
of
the
Beatles.
The
background
is
supposed
to
give
the
hippy
like
 atmosphere
and
I
focused
on
both
pictures
being
height
level
with
everyone.
I
made
 sure
that
their
heads
are
the
focus
because
it
is
important
to
realize
how
friends
are
 there
for
each
other
and
music
can
form
that
connection.
Also,
I
made
sure
that
the
 legs
weren’t
really
involved
in
the
pictures.
The
idea
that
this
picture
is
supposed
to
 reflect
is
how
friends
keep
each
other
happy
and
without
each
other,
life
would
be
 hard.
 The
third
picture
I
chose
was
outside
with
the
focus
on
a
ladder.
The
ladder
 is
supposed
to
be
a
symbolic
idea
towards
getting
high
with
friends.
Whenever
you
 are
using
a
ladder
in
a
dangerous
area,
most
of
the
time
you
have
a
friend
watching
 over
you.
That
gives
support
and
motivation
for
you
to
succeed
the
task
knowing
 that
someone
is
there
to
help
out.
Just
like
the
Beatles
say
that
they
get
high
 (climbing
the
ladder)
with
a
little
help
from
my
friends.
I
focused
this
on
eye
level
 but
with
the
third
rule
in
effect.
 The
fourth
picture
I
chose
was
of
the
dining
room
of
my
fraternity.
A
room
 were
brothers/friends
go
to
and
experience
everyday.
This
is
a
very
significant
 place
because
stories
and
numerous
conversations
happen
here
between
friends.
 The
picture
is
suppose
to
give
off
the
feeling
of
togetherness
showing
the
amount
of
 seats
that
are
available
for
people
to
stay.



My
fourth
picture
is
actually
my
favorite
picture
and
it
is
Peyton,
my
dog.

A
 dog
that
is
a
person’s
best
friend
no
matter
what
kind
of
mood
they
are
in.
An
owner
 of
a
dog
has
a
very
special
connection
with
it.
A
dog
can
cheer
a
person
up
without
 even
knowing
it
and
that’s
what
a
friendship
is
all
about.
With
help
from
a
dog,
a
 person
can
get
through
their
day
and
look
forward
to
going
home.
The
view
I
chose
 is
very
meaningful
because
it’s
a
way
to
portray
the
dog
in
first
person
view.
 



Part 5