Emphasis is when something is prominent or given special importance or value. Artists use emphasis as a way to bring attention to a particular subject or area within an artwork, creating what is called a focal point. You can emphasize something in a number of different ways;
Repetition: calls attention to the repeated subject via force of numbers
Color: Vibrant colors clustered together can draw one's attention from colors that are more dull or muted
Contrast: Opposite colors such as black and white can be used to show emphasis. Contrast may also be utilized with the use of other elements of art such as texture and shape.
Isolation: If something is missing from an artwork or is placed by itself this can create emphasis. For example, if there is a photograph of a group of people facing one direction and there is one person facing the opposite this is an example of emphasis by isolation.
Juxtaposition: Placement of a subject in an artwork.
Without a focal point, a viewer's eye will wonder throughout the composition and never be satisfied or settle down.
In your Google Slides Portfolio, answer the following questions in complete sentences and using your own thoughts/ideas (not Google)