Symmetrical Compositions: The parts of an image or object organized so that one side duplicates, or mirrors, the other. The image gives it a sense of stability with bisecting halves that create two equal halves.
Asymmetrical Compositions: The image depicts a sense of movement. It just means that there are no mirror images in a composition. The image shows a sense of unbalance.

Horizontal Lines: A feeling of rest or repose because objects seem to be at rest or parallel to the earth. The image gives a sense of space and break up the parts from left and right.
Vertical Lines: Vertical lines give a sense of height because the image is taken from a point where you can clearly see how tall something is. The image is perpendicular to the earth.

Diagonal Lines: Diagonal lines convey a feeling of movement. It may show unstable objects, falling/ already in motion objects. You can see the the image from a different perspective as compared to if the image was taken horizontally.

Curved Lines: Curved lines convey energy. It causes a softening effect on the image. If the line is sharply curved it can depict turmoil.Compared to straight lines, curves provide a greater dynamic influence in a picture.
Repeated Lines: Repeated lines create patterns. It gives the image a sense of rhythm. In this example the pattern creates an image that uses repeated lines.

Line Types
Structural Lines: Structural hold a design together. These lines can vary. They can be delicately thin to make an image, or thick bold lines that pull the image together.
Outline: Outlines are basically the outer edge of a silhouette. This line can also refer to line made b the edges of an object.it is also a line or set of lines enclosing or indicating the shape of an object in a sketch or diagram.

Contour Lines: Contour lines describe the shape of an object. The lines define he interior detail of the image.Contour drawing shows the outline of the subject, and not the volume or mass of an object.

Gesture Lines: Gesture lines can also be called movement lines. These lines emphasize direction and fluidity.This quick drawing captures the energy and movement of the subject. It does not necessarily have to be realistic.

Sketch Lines: Sketch lines provide more detail than the other lines. these lines can be drawn quickly but at times can appear unfinished. These lines usally depicts a "rough draft" of a finished image.

Calligraphy: Calligraphy is a precise, elegant handwriting or lettering. This is usually done by hand and the lines can either be thick or thin.The art of producing decorative handwriting or lettering with a pen or brush.