Category : Composition

Natural yin yang

I shot many pics during the last days and, to be honest, I didn’t even have time to look at all of it for now. Though, I kept in my mind this picture of a hawrthorn tree in full bloom and I thought I should show it to you. 🙂   Once again, this photo

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Musical chairs

For me, this photo is all about rythm. Don’t you think it is a bit like a sheet music? Triplet, crotchet… What a great visual song, isn’t it?! 😉     These few Parisian chairs, together, look a bit like a sculpture to me. I just adjusted my vantage point in order to get the

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Begijnhof (the hollyhock)

In the “simple but enjoyable” pictures category, I would like to share with you this photo taken in a beguine convent, in Gent (Belgium). By the way, “Begijnhof” is the Dutch (or Fleming) word for “beguine convent”.   First, I liked this lonely hollyhook growing between the cobblestones and the wall, in this very neat

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Two men in a boat… in a frame in a frame. :)

Taking a picture like this one is, at once, difficult and fun. 🙂 Indeed, don’t think that the canoe, here, was rather still! These thin boats glide really quickly on the water ! 😮 So, the idea was the classic frame in a frame effect (we already talked about it in one of the articles

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Underground vanishing points

I admit that playing with the perspective, the vanishing points, the diagonal lines and the dynamic compositions in one of my – numerous 😆 – weakness. It is so fun to try to give depth to our pictures, using lines as a guide for the eye, and to enhance the strength of the vanishing point,

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