Aesthetic analysis can be analyzed through different feature analysis. A feature extraction and analysis as used by authors Datta et al (2006) in their paper ‘Studying Aesthetics in Photographic Images’. The originality of the picture is seen to increasing the aesthetic value of the picture. A picture of a woman in an advertisement sitting down with a robe on her is nothing unique. However the setting of surrealism that the photographer uses increases its aesthetic values. Secondly the exposure of light and colourfulness is an important parameter. In this the photography has been adjusted for such aesthetics, Intentional contrasting colours have been left out and the photograph has milder overtures. The light exposure is neither too bright nor too dark; it is appealing to what the advertisement sells. Yet another popular rule is that of the Rule of Thirds (Datta et al, 2006). The rule presents that the main element in the photograph must be at a golden ration which is around 0.618 and should lie in one of four intersections.