In both visual and aesthetic analysis of the picture, it can be said that the camera hides more than it discloses. Any art form exhibit either a drawing or a photograph will necessarily try to convey only a certain amount of information and that too about the physical expressions only. The photographs tend to differ in the perception of the viewer and hence in commercial advertisements they are framed and presented. The perspective with which a photograph can be studied depends upon the individual, and even if metaphysical thinking is applied, the answers can be deduced in numerous ways (Sontag, 1973).
According to Sontag (1973) a photograph is considered to be invaluable historical evidence as it is one of the main art forms which give the humans a subconscious memory recollection and recall of the incidents associated and pertaining to that photograph and make people relish the moment after many years too. It is a non-intrusive method of showing the reality with a stealth background. The human emotions such as happiness, pain or love or giving or forgiving as linked with reality can never be understood in a photograph. They stand as a pillar without emotions and that it is up the viewer to deduce the concerned feelings (Sontag, 1973). In the case of this picture there are hidden elements such as what the person is doing outside, near a rock, in nature in a dishevelled form etc. These answers or the background is hidden and this is what actually allures the viewer to look closer.