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Shape of Things - work in progress .....

There is no artistic photography. In photography there are, as in all things, people who know how to see and others who can't even look. / Nadar

The rhythm of surfaces, lines, and values is in my opinion the essence of photography; composition should be a constant of preoccupation... an organic coordination of visual elements. – Henri Cartier-BressonThe term composition means ‘putting together’ or the act of combining parts or elements to form a whole - often adhering to compositional principles that make a work of photographic art more appealing or intriguing to viewers. These points include the development of rhythm, movement, contrast, balance, unity, proximity and continuity to create expressive and compelling compositions – while emphasizing different visual concepts.                                                           

It's my pleasure to presents a body of works of art that explore composition as a fundamental aspect of the photographic aesthetic – be it pure visual formalism or in support of thematic objectives.

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