The black chicks also appear uncomfortable and unhappy. The picture demonstrates how the African-Americans were exposed to inadequate living conditions, while their counterparts enjoyed safe, decent, and more than enough housing facilities.
The photograph was taken technically to capture three dimensions that include the space above the chicks, middle level where the black chicks are standing, and the area below the middle ground. It is well focused and shows depth of the photograph, as well as excellent blend of the colors. The written text on the visual is clear and prompts the audience to seek for the hidden meaning. The fonts are basic without style or elegant layout in order to magnify the theme of the photograph. The photographer has used light variation to impress the audience, and also enhance the difference between the white chick and the black chicks. The atmosphere above the black chicks is darker; therefore, displaying hopelessness in the black chicks.
The photograph is 450 by 402 in measurement, and it is a visual text with basic fonts and conservative layout. The camera technology seems to be relatively advanced; probably installed with an ultra-small lens unit which allows for quality motion and scene detection. In addition, the photograph is stable from its view; hence, a high-standard digital camera is the only camera that is capable of these results. The photograph appears to have been cropped, since its frames are well defined, and the photograph is clear.
The photograph represents a historic era of civil rights movement in America; where the discriminated African-Americans expressed themselves through the print media, such as the visual images, visual texts, and books. The period was also marked by widespread mass street demonstrations for the same cause, hence the photograph displays expressionism. The subjects in the photograph are symbols of the actual subjects, in that the