In the first still life ends were cut off. The image didn't meet the Rule of Thirds. In the second still life you can see all the edges. You can also see where the rule of thirds are located. In the first Landscape you can see a lot of the ground. The horizon isn't present. In the second Landscape image in the horizon is easy to find. You can also see a proportional amount of ground to sky. In the first portrait the picture had a glare to it and the face was blocked out a little. In the second image the face is more clear. There isn't a glare.