Picture composition generally develops the skill of observation in students and enhances their ability to analyze a given picture and write about it. Students get ideas by observing the picture and they represent their ideas through well-formed sentences.
Sentence formation should be simple and catchy so that the composition retains its interest in the eyes of the reader. The students are supposed to write grammatically correct and meaningful sentences so that readers can understand their ideas properly.
It is very important to understand the topic and think of your own experience while writing a picture composition in order to give it a personal touch. A brief introduction should be the starting point of a picture composition followed by an elaborate portrayal of the information provided in the picture. Giving names to the people and places will help make the story more interesting. The conclusion must include the inference that can be drawn from the picture. Winding up the composition with some interesting observation will make the composition extremely impressive.