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2. A direct spotlight here on Mr. Darling. He's also got the greatest area of contrast from. You really don't stray away from him for very long.
3. Lots of lines of movement to lead you straight to Mr. Darling's face. Once again, he's the greatest area of contrast, so it's not hard to go to the focus.
6. Peter is perfectly framed here, with the moon behind his silhouette, and the house coming in around him. Once again, the greatest area of contrast.
7. Same situation here, the moon frames the characters, creating a focal point.
8. Great use of balance in this frame. Peter is completely involved with the toy chest while he's looking for his shadow, so there's no use for extra information in the other half of the frame.
10. Here we have Big Ben, framed against the night sky and also by the clouds. The spires and statue in the bottom of the frame lead our eyes up to the clock face, where Peter, Wendy, and her brothers are heading.
11. Another one with pure balance. Hook is also framed by the sky and back of the ship. Thanks to his dark hair, there's a lot of contrast to lead us into his face.